Question about Toshiba Satellite A135-S4527 Notebook
Are any USB device connected to it? If so, disconnect them.
Try to start now, if this does not work:
When the system boots up, try hitting the F8 Key and see if you get a Windows menu? If so, try and start in Safe Mode. If this works, you have a hardware failure and you will not need to look for the problem. First place to start is reboot and F8 again and this time go in VGA mode. If this works, Run Windows update and this should replace any drivers that are not good, including video. If you cannot get in VGA mode, you know your problem, the video adapter or drivers. Remove them in Safe mode and run Windows Update.
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Posted on Sep 25, 2008
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