Resolve screen issues in Sony® VAIO CW Series
Are you interested in resolving screen issues in Sony VAIO CW Series?
Sony VAIO CW series laptop screens feature vibrant color, sharp clarity 16:9 or 16:10 aspect ratios. The screen size varies from 10.6 inches to 17 inches. These screens have resolutions 1280 by 768 or 1280 by 800 of Wide Extend Graphics Array technology which provides 25% more screen content. Normally most of the screen problems are related with physical faults. Dead pixels present in the screen might also be a problem. You need to check for dead pixels in your laptop before buying them. You don’t need to work on any applications for this. Just check for white dots present on your screen.
Some of the problems that can come in Sony VAIO screen and their resolving tips are described below:
- Screen Blackout Problem
- Continuous Flickering Problem
- Display Issues on Screen
Screen Blackout Problem
Screen blackout problems are common in Sony VAIO laptops. Some times the laptop screen would get completely black and when you reboot the system the light would flash but only for seconds and again the system would blackout. You can check the defectiveness of your screen by connecting your lap into an external monitor. If it shows the blackout problem again, then it would be the problem of your screen. Otherwise it is due to problem with any other part in your laptop. You could ask support from your manufacturer to replace or repair the screen.
Continuous Flickering Problem
Flickering problem comes mainly because of any complaint in other parts of your laptop that include backlight tube, inverter, circuit board or loose connection between LCD screen and circuit. You need to go for hardware troubleshoots to analyze and solve this. Then you can replace the needed parts. Sometimes a bad inverter might cause flashing problems on the screen. If the backlight does not get sufficient power from the inverter it could result in the screen just flashing.
Burnt LCD fuses, worn out circuits and latches can cause display problems but it is not necessary that the display issues are related with the laptop screen only. Sometimes,it might be a problem of incompatible video card driver in your system. In that case, you need to go for software troubleshoots and you must remove the incompatible software, if any, existing there and install a compatible one.