Resolved Another Weird Display Problem ..

dikey

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Apr 11, 2014
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Hello~

I've got a 13-Inch MacBook 467, Late 2008. The first generation of the Uni-body MacBooks.

Now, I met such display problem...

I think there's something wrong with graphics card at first time ,but the display problem won't happen if I use the external display through the Mini-Display port to D-sub.

If I rotate the clutch cover ,the display problem will disappear sometime.
I doubt if there is something wrong with the display cable,but after I replaced the cable, the display problem is there still...:mad:

Anyone ever who know what's the problem on earth ?
Thank you.
 

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Altemose

macrumors G3
Mar 26, 2013
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Elkton, Maryland
Hello~

I've got a 13-Inch MacBook 467, Late 2008. The first generation of the Uni-body MacBooks.

Now, I met such display problem...

I think there's something wrong with graphics card at first time ,but the display problem won't happen if I use the external display through the Mini-Display port to D-sub.

If I rotate the clutch cover ,the display problem will disappear sometime.
I doubt if there is something wrong with the display cable,but after I replaced the cable, the display problem is there still...:mad:

Anyone ever who know what's the problem on earth ?
Thank you.
That is a sign of a classic cable needing to be seated. If the cable indeed properly seated then the data connections on either the logic board or the LCD are compromised. I would lean towards LCD since the Logic Board ones do not see much movement.
 

dikey

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Apr 11, 2014
3
0
That is a sign of a classic cable needing to be seated. If the cable indeed properly seated then the data connections on either the logic board or the LCD are compromised. I would lean towards LCD since the Logic Board ones do not see much movement.
I replaced the LCD today, and this won't happen again,you're right thank you very much~:D