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Open the screen and let the inside be exposed to open air for a while. Depending on the humidity of your place the water will evaporate slowly. Remember if anything strange happens disconnect the power fast as water with ions is a very good conductor of electricity and can cause a short circuit.


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I'm assuming by "LCD Inverter" you mean some sort of converter to connect the LCD's data ribbon cable to a VGA port. If you mean the real inverter, which is a small, flat PCB involved in powering the LCD, you should examine closely the one in your AIO now and try to find the exact same model or compatible on Ebay. If you mean the LCD display, all I can ...


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After tons of searching I found the correct option in advanced power options Display>Enabled Adaptive Brightness Using win 8.1


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This is a desktop PC? You refer to "switch on the back" which sounds like a desktop, but you also refer to a power adapter, which sounds more like a laptop. At a quick guess, Broadly, old age - it's 9 years old, computers don't live forever. Especially ones built in the "Counterfeit capacitor era" (and who knows if we are beyond that even now...) Less ...


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There's a few things that could be happening. Is the harddrive from 2005 as well? If so, it is likely failing or becoming damaged, as harddrives do; and it is very likely to crash completely, corrupting all its data and stop working entirely at any minute. Impending doom! This sounds more likely to be a power supply problem. They are very cheap to replace, ...


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In the days of analog displays, processing was important in order to best interpret the analog signal which is transmitted over a large range of values. With the newer digital displays, the processing is not as important. The signal is a 1 or a 0, so like with other digital links you either get the data or you don't. In fact, any processing actually reduces ...


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This is called flashlighting or clouding. It is caused by the blacklight bleeding though. You can try the following techniques, at your own risk: Slightly twist the display frame in different directions to see if there's an effect. Loosen the panel's screws, shake the panel slightly, then tighten them again. Tap or massage the area of the screen that shows ...



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