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I rebooted carelessly and now my laptop's display is kill, pls help
Hello. My problem here is a bit long to describe and definitely not simple, so grab a drink or something. The laptop is MSI GE60 with Nvidia 860M GPU and Intel HD4600 as a built-in adapter, OS Win7 x64.
Basically, it started with Firefox giving me blank screens. Never happened with any game or any other heavy activity, only after a while of watching videos on the internet, and only when I tried to fullscreen something. This has happened a few times now, the workaround I came up with is to use Intel's feature to swap the outputs of my internal and external displays(I use a monitor over VGA cable) to restart the screen. After than I would just restart Firefox and everything would work fine. This time around I decided to try to fix the issue, starting with the usual, a reboot. The problem is, my dumb ass decided not to swap back the outputs(so an external monitor still shows the internal's picture and in reverse, as I made it to fix the blank screen) and restart as is. This seemingly innocuous use of a built-in feature has killed my internal display it seems like. It's simply not there anymore. Windows won't detect it. Funny thing is, it's like that anywhere: I won't see the windows loading thingie, the BIOS, the boot menu, everything shows through an external now, and with external disconnected, it won't show at all. It's like somewhere on the hardware level my graphics adapter now defaults to the external VGA and never connects to the built-in screen. Device manager doesn't show it either.
So far I've tried:
- Looking at a screen with a flashlight to see if it's just backlight that's dead. Nope
- Loading in safe mode. Same shit
- Disabling the adapter devices to make Windows use a standard driver. Still same
- Snooped around in BIOS but haven't found anything that could help me
- Reinstalled drivers for both graphic adapters
- Opened up the laptop, everything is connected fine. Disconnected and reconnected the display cable to no avail
- Went into any kind of settings or setup I could, still can't bring the display up
- Win+P, Fn+F2(a shortcut on my laptop), and any other kind of shortcut that could in theory help
The laptop is 3.5 years old now, so the screen could just die by itself, but the timing makes me think it's completely not like that and it's the unlucky restart that has done it. It's late here so I'm gonna go to bed, tomorrow, if nothing else comes up, I'll try to update the bios firmware to see if that would fix it. Google shows up nothing, it's mostly people with dead screens or some driver bugs that were fixed by reinstalling something. Hope someone can help me here.
UPD: Flashed the bios, no avail. Loaded into Ubuntu from USB, same stuff. I reboot and screen doesn't come back up, do they really die like that?
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