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for xp go to start, settings, control panel, power options, power meter will display it. start, settings, control panel, power options, advanced, then checking display on task bar and applying will put it on task bar.
Try this for starters. Shut down the computer like you normally do. Next turn it on and while its booting up press the F8 key(keep tapping it). You should get a menu and on that menu, one of the choices is Safe mode. Select it and press enter. This will boot your computer into a Diagnostic mode where you can troubleshoot hardware software and windows problem in general. If you successfully get into safe mode answer yes to the question it asks and then goto your Device manager..you can get there by rightclicking the mycomputer icon and select properties from the drop down menu then select the Hardware tab on top.and click DEVICE MANAGER. In this screen look for your display adapter..higlight your graphics adapter and right click...then select uninstall...now reboot your computer normally this time dont press the f8 key..gointo WIndows normally. This should reinstall your graphics card and possibly fix the problem.
download drivermax and it will scan ur pc and tell u what driver u need for ur pc........its free if u take the free site..... if no help with this go in touch with dell service department and ask for help
At reboot the screen would flash on and off, finally settling on.Good resolution...normal, This worsened and finally a black screen. I measured the ps output, unloaded, and it measures 19 volts...with a little pulsation.Is there a repair manual available on site?
Does the screen go to the top of the page by any chance if so their is a possible cable problem that links your PC to your monitor, to repair this you must take it to a electrical repair shop, its quite a small job and your screen should be back up and running in no time, it happened to my packard bell monitor aswel and i managed to get it repaired.