Screen in Lenovo® ThinkPad T510
Information on various problems in screen of Lenovo ThinkPad T510
Lenovo ThinkPad T510 laptop comes with Intel Core i7 processor, 4 GB DDR2 RAM and 250 GB hard disk drive. System contains dedicated NVIDIA Quadro NVS 3100M 256MB video card for graphic support. System contains 14.1 inch WXGA display having 1400× 900 resolution. The aspect ratio of the display is 16:9. Screen issues or display errors are one of the major problems of the system that can affect your entire computer experience. A number of problems can be due to the physical faults of screen itself or faulty connections inside the system. There is a possibility of dead pixels also in the screen. You can check for the dead pixels by closing all the running applications. If some white spots are present on the screen those are dead pixels present on your screen.
Some of the common problems that can come in Lenovo ThinkPad T510 screen and their resolving tips are described below:
- Blackout Problem
- Thin Lines or Tiny Spots
- Flickering Screen
Sometimes your system can face blackout issues suddenly after a long use or you would not get proper display when you turn on the system. One possible reason for the blackout problem is the loose connection. You need to check all the connectors in the video subsystem. Overheating issues also cause problems with the display. You also need to verify the power saver settings.
Thin Lines or Tiny Spots
Thin lines seen on the screen is a symptom of physical LCD damage. It might not be the problem of failure of liquid crystals themselves, but it is the problem of transistor that controls it. The tiny spots on the screen indicate the point pixel failure. It might not be seen as dead black or white spots, but you would have a red, green or blue spot on the screen which is more annoying than black or white screen.
Flickering problem in laptop screen arises mainly due to the problem with backlight or bad inverter. Flickering is the most annoying problem which in some cases can distort the screen parts. Sometimes, there might be contact issues between LCD display and video circuitry or the inverter might not be giving sufficient power to the LCD. All these things can lead to flickering issue. You can replace the inverter or backlight and can reset the connections inside the system.