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Display problem hai friend my pc's display is not working well, i am using satellite M-S3094 model laptop one is when i switch off the power that display is blinking continously and i stoped this by using FN with F5 (TV key) please help me to solv this And ohter one is when i did my partition of the pc, my all drivers and Media center has gone, for getting that drivers what could i do, now mt some drivers is not working well And my expiry date is over by sudheesh

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First thing you need to do is unpartition the hard drive. Some of you system files are on the partitioned part and might not be getting accessed due to the partition. Not sure about the other part, will do some research and see what I come up with if anything. Hope this helps!!

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