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The first thing to do is connect an external monitor to the external video connector since you can't troubleshoot what you can't see. If you aren't sure of whether your computer has started you can press the CAPS Lock key off and on to see if the indicator lights up. If the external monitor displays for you then use your Fn keys to switch between external and internal monitor. Control Panel's Device Manager will tell you if there is a monitor or video card fault. If the external monitor doesn't work then internal video adaptor is disconnected or dead. Another option is to connect your S3 video to a TV or DVD player. Some typical faults are a burned out CCD bulb in the LCD module, a ribbon connector bad or disconnected from the mobo to the LCD and a motherboard fried from spilling your drink onto the keyboard. Opening the the laptop is bad juju if you aren't qualified to put it back together but you can get service procedures if the computer is out of warranty and care to try.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
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