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Ok heres the next step in trying to troubleshoot your problem.
If you have a desktop PC, We need to BORROW its monitor. There is a VGA port on the back of your Laptop. Plug the Monitor into that and boot up your Laptop. If the "borrowed" monitor shows no signs of activity then try pressing <Fn> and <F5> and seeing if that allows you to view anything on the monitor.
Let me know what you find out and we will take further troubleshooting techniques
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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