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Too many potential problems. Do you know if it even boots up fully?
First thing I would do is go in and re seat the RAM modules. This typically causes bootup failures and thus, no loading of the monitor drivers, etc.
RAM is located on the bottom of the PC.. one screw. Take out the battery and unplug the unit prior to doing any of this. As well, make sure you are grounded since you do not want to produce an ESD onto the PCB [electro-static discharge onto the printed circuit board [ram].
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
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