G3 iBook display goes unlit when screen bent back more than about 80 degrees
iBook G3 12" Display Inverter
Better than others
iPhone 3GS Battery
Fan not running, drive overheatingI have an 8TB G-RAID that overheats and the fan never comes on. I've replaced the fan, but the fan still never runs. So...
Respuesta a "How can I fix my display blacking out intermittently?"Unfortunately I’m in a “throw it out or fix it” situation with this. My TB Monitor situation started to happen more often, and on a few occasions became a crisis as I can’t do my work without a second monitor (film editor). I bought a new Dell 3219Q monitor to replace it, but since the TB monitor does indeed work 98% of the time, I would love to find a way to fix this issue so I can have a large dual monitor setup. I know that, at least in my case, along the way I’ve disproved all the theories in this thread, including my own. Here are things I know: • If power to the TB Monitor was turned off for a while (overnight, typically), the issue would almost always happen - the computer would ‘see’ the monitor, all functions and things hubbed through the monitor would work just fine, but the display was black. • I changed ports, cables, adaptors and finally even the computer, using a brand new MacBook Pro, but the problem continued no matter what I did. • It’s not a software or firmware issue, either with the...
Respuesta a "How can I fix my display blacking out intermittently?"I’ve had this problem on and off for months now. However, I’ve not seen the TB Monitor go black during use, rather when I plug it into my laptop, the computer sets up for the two monitors, but the TB Monitor is black. I’ve found two options to getting it working again: (1) disconnect the power to the TB Monitor and peripherals for a few mins, then turn it back on, and reconnect TB cable to your computer. (2) Disconnect other Thunderbolt devices on the chain. One or other (or both!) of these things have always gotten the TB monitor working again for me. I’ve always been reluctant to try the replacement TB cable, as I would then lose the TB connection to all the devices I have chained off that port. Hence, constant noodling. But although it’s been really frustrating and it can often take me an hour of fiddling to get things back, it HAS always come back to life again.
Respuesta a "Fan not running, drive overheating"Thank you! However, I checked and the warranty has expired. I wonder how I can find out what the part # is for the sensor? I can replace if it I know what it is.
Respuesta a "iBook screen switches off/goes black when opened more than 45 degrees"Ugh. I just went through the &%$* of replacing the inverter only to discover it didn't fix the problem - it still goes black when tilted more than 45 degrees. What a pain.