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The Computer Boots up fine right to where the login screen is But Its black...I can see that its asking for a login but its just dark? Please Help me out! Thanks
Try ,new display adapter, or video card
Posted on Feb 08, 2012
Press Fn + F11 to increase Screen light.
Posted on Feb 08, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had same problem with HP DV6000. I ordered a new backlight on Ebay from Hong Kong cost $10 found a video on youtube on how to do it by typing in "replacing dv6000 backlight" apart from soldering a couple of wires was pretty straight forward and took less than an hour. Shop had quoted $400 to do this and fine is now working like new again. Good luck from Scott and please dont forget to vote
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
Hi, hope this will help you with your problem.There are steps to 'change' the visual effects of the "Display." 1. Right click on "Desktop,” click Personalize, click, Display Settings. 2. Identify, Monitor used? 3. Down (arrow) select Monitors' graphics . 4. Adjust, (low>high) resolution. 5. Select, Colors (16 bit>32bit), etc. 6. Click, Advanced Settings, click Properties ("check device status"). 7. Update Drivers (only if, necessary?) 8. Click on "List All Modes" select valid (modes) for the monitor. Note: Always click on the 'Apply', and 'OK' buttons after application changes for the process to take effect. 9. Restart "Computer.” *Next go, to: Screen Saver, in the Screen Saver Settings change 'Power' settings. *Next go, to: Start Menu, click on Product Name: (Toshiba), click 'Utilities' click, Toshiba Assist, click 'Optimize' click, "Display"; change power on display. *Next go, to Control Panel, in Mobile PC, click; "Adjust commonly used mobility settings" (changes the following); Display brightness, and Connect Display. “Did this solution help?”
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
I fixed a similar problem by doing the following. With your computer on and plugged in, remove the battery. Then press the power button to do a cold boot. Once it's off unplug it and wait about a miniute then plug it back in and restart it w/o the battery in it. Once it is re-booted reinstall the battery. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 12, 2010
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