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MBP screen not working with windows(bootcamp)


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So i have this mid september 15 inch MBP in which i use windows XP on bootcamp... One day i turn it on (on windows) and the screen doesn't work..i reseted the PRAM and then i work... the MBP booted on Mac OS... when i tried to boot it in windows again the same problem occurred... what could be wrong??it works perfectly fine in Mac OS...only when i boot windows there is the problem...

then warranty is off so i d like to know what could be wrong and decide if its worth to pay to fix it...
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