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Hello I have Asus G1S notebook. My screen is blank when I starting my computer, I'm able to here windows login sound but is nothing on the screen. I try use external monitor it doesn't work same HDMI. I didn't damage screen or computer. Computer was turn off properly and in next day stop works.

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  • brewmtr Oct 26, 2008

    same problem 4 weeks out of warranty 2400$ laptop not happy with asus.

  • Anonymous Nov 17, 2008

    That doesn't work. I tried this, and I am having a lot of problems. I have schoolwork on there and it is really pissing me off now.

  • qualk_uno Dec 25, 2008

    My problem is the same.. with black screen...

  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2009

    I have the same black screen problem

  • godamn Apr 15, 2009

    this is a fuckin pain, i have tried extra vga, dvi to vga, hdmi, dvi to hdmi cables/adapter for external monitors and still cant get this dam laptop monitor to start.

  • rmcsorley Apr 21, 2009

    One day I was just surfing the web and syncing up my zune, I powered down and now it powers on, the fan spins up, and the mini screen above the keyboard reads ASUS but the screen stay dark, no system beeps no HDD access. The laptop just sits I can boot off by holding the power for 5 secs. or by hitting the reset button under the laptop near the battery.

  • Fritzenlulu Apr 24, 2009

    Mine (Asus G1S) did the same problem 2 days ago.... i tried everything!!! removed RAM, battery.... all the video ports is dead aswell. anyone that have some info on this please help

  • velut_umbra May 11, 2010

    Do you see the POST messages?

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Had the same problem, took it in (tried all the solutions above) to get it looked at. I was told the mother board was defective and the machine was useless and should buy a new one. I have only had it for a two and a half years. So, of course it is off warranty. Will never buy an ASUS again.

Posted on Jan 25, 2010

  • cajunsgm Jan 25, 2010

    Oh yes I should mention, ASUS doesn't make that mother board anymore.

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You could leave it off for a few hours, but there is a much faster solution that does pretty much the same thing. Turn your computer off, unplug ur AC and battery. Then press and hold the power button for about 15 seconds. This will drain all of the power remaining in ur computer. Then plug ur ac adapter back in and it should be fine.

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I sent mine in (still under warranty) the report read out that the RAM was defective and replaced. Mine was only two years old when it happened.

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I guess this is a bit late and hopefully you have solved your problem by now, but I just had the same problem with my G1S and the following solution worked for me:

Turn off your laptop, take out the batery and remove the AC cable. Leave the laptop just like that for a few hours. I left mine for 5, but it may work with less. This should clear out your CMOS and take it out of the stuck stand-by mode, since that seems to be the problem. Afterwards just plug in the AC cable and turn it on :)

Hope this helps,

PXH

Posted on Apr 21, 2009

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Try to do this:
1. Open and close laptop.
2. Push the PWR button at the front. This starts windows and launches media center. Now it should be back to normal.

Note that the problem will keep reappearing.

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