Recently while using my Vostro 1310 the screen would occasionally show colour distortion (sorry, I don't know how else to describe it!)- that is, from boot-up, the usually-black screen shows a 'hazy' red and when Vista actually loads, there's odd colours in place of what should be there - white is a cyan-ish kind of colour, black is red, etc. After a lot of fiddling about, I've pinpointed the source of the problem, which is the display cable that connects the actual display itself to the motherboard. Reseating the connectors didn't do anything, but I noticed that poking and shifting about the cable itself into certain positions would temporarily fix the problem, so I reasoned that there must be some fraying of the wire inside the insulation. What I'd like to know is if I need to buy a Vostro 1310 replacement display cable, or will other Dell model display cables suffice? I haven't really been able to find anywhere that sells specifically my model's one, and the Dell UK website seems to only sell the entire display, not the cable alone. Suggestions on where I could buy the cable in the UK would also be useful - any help would be much appreciated!