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the screen is damaged on the connectors, if you slightly push on the top or on the top of the screen and the picture comes normal thats where the fault is, if not then its come off on the connector board at the top of the screen before it goes to the driver board on the back sometimes can be fixed if you put a thin wedge in the gap with the screen taken apart then put back together, but if you dont have space and good knowledge to do this dont try it as it will cost you a new screen if you damage it, the lcd is only as thick as a 1,5mm and can easily break. you can do it without taking the whole screen out of the case and just remove the metal shroud, and stick some foam pads on the cables to the screen and carefully put the shroud back on so the shroud hold the pads in place.
Try safe mode with networking..
To do this, make sure your computer is shut down.
Ok, now start the computer and tap the F8 key till you see a black and white screen of text. > Start in Safe Mode with networking.
If the computer starts and seems to run, then your computer is infected and needs to be cleaned. Let me know and I can give you some ideas on software that can help clean it up..
Pinpointed spots can be damaged pixels that no longer light up when energized. They cannot be repaired and you will have to live with them, or get a new display. Try to use the Color Adapter port to a standard LCD Screen. On the side of the computer is a small 9 pin (usually blue) port whereby you can attach a desktop monitor as an alternative to the LCD Panel on the laptop.
Roll back system with System Restore. Win 7 - Start > Search type System Restore. XP - Is Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Restore. Now choose a date prior to problem. You may have to try a few dates.
Uninstall last program(s) that was installed, again in safe mode.
How old is your monitor? If it's an LCD type with 5 to 9 years of age then it may have burned out lighting inside of it. You would just replace the monitor. Check the back of the monitor for the date. If 2004 or earlier then you need a new monitor. You did say the video comes up to desktop, so it's not the video card, and the pc booted up so it's not the cpu either. I've had this problem too.
Hi there. If you note down the make and model of the motherboard you will be able to check to see if you can upgrade to better processors and which type of processors the motherboard supports. If you want me to source the info please post the make and model of the board.
just buy another power supply with a higher power for the problem is not on your computer but on the power supply,then try to plug it in a 220v voltage regulator,but i surely recommend that you'll buy a new power supply ok
Its late, so just to make sure I'm not brain-dead basically your laptop runs fine as long as its powered by the AC adaptor but dies fairly quickly while running via battery.
This is very typical of a battery that will no longer hold a charge, not normally a user repairable item. It could also be that the charging electronics (in the laptop) isn't charging the battery, again not a typical user repair job. About your only option short of taking it to the repair shop is buying or borrowing a battery as a test.