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현재 버전 게시자: Ben Eisenman ,

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Could you connect an external monitor and check if you have a normal lightning at boot up on the external ? That would eliminate a logic board or a software issue. Now you must understand that the backlight is only a fluorescent bulb connected to the inverter board. It has no direct relation with the LCD panel circuitry. It's only a light fixed on the panel powered by the inverter board who receive his power from the logic board at boot up via the inverter cable. There is also no relation in your case with the reed switch system or the video cable.

I don't understand why there could be a 30 seconds difference at boot up between the two backlights if you use the same hard drive, same inverter cable and the same inverter board connected to the same logic board.

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편집자: lemerise ,

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-Could you connect an external monitor and check if you have a normal lightning at boot up on the external ? That would eliminate a logic board or a software issue. Now you must understand that the backlight is only a neon bulb connected to the inverter board. It has no direct relation with the LCD panel circuitry. It's only a light fixed on the panel powered by the inverter board who receive his power from the logic board at boot up via the inverter cable. There is also no relation in your case with the reed switch system or the video cable.
+Could you connect an external monitor and check if you have a normal lightning at boot up on the external ? That would eliminate a logic board or a software issue. Now you must understand that the backlight is only a fluorescent bulb connected to the inverter board. It has no direct relation with the LCD panel circuitry. It's only a light fixed on the panel powered by the inverter board who receive his power from the logic board at boot up via the inverter cable. There is also no relation in your case with the reed switch system or the video cable.
I don't understand why there could be a 30 seconds difference at boot up between the two backlights if you use the same hard drive, same inverter cable and the same inverter board connected to the same logic board.

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원문 게시자: lemerise ,

텍스트:

Could you connect an external monitor and check if you have a normal lightning at boot up on the external ? That would eliminate a logic board or a software issue. Now you must understand that the backlight is only a neon bulb connected to the inverter board. It has no direct relation with the LCD panel circuitry. It's only a light fixed on the panel powered by the inverter board who receive his power from the logic board at boot up via the inverter cable. There is also no relation in your case with the reed switch system or the video cable.

I don't understand why there could be a 30 seconds difference at boot up between the two backlights if you use the same hard drive, same inverter cable and the same inverter board connected to the same logic board.

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