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Hello there anvesh_t416 if i got it right you have a blackscreen of "death" if you can get into safe mode, Navigate to the Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools program group then click on system restore and see if it gets to a point that this stops. If you cant do that then your only option is to format your pc...
Normally if the computer has the black display then follow these steps:
1) disconnect the pwr cord form the back of the computer //
2) disconnect the printer and the internet cord//
3)hold the pwr button for 1 min and then release// this is called "pwr drain" when the pwr cord is disconnected//
4)connect the pwr cord and restart the computer and see if it boots or not.
5)if not then disconnect the pwr cord again and open the side pannel of the computer//
6)on the mother board you will find the RAM (MEMORY CARD) which will be approx 6 inch long", take out the card/s and plug the pwr cord and restart the computer//
7) if you get the beep sound then the mother board is ok and if you do not get the beep sound then the problem could be mother board//
8)if getting the beep sound then fix the RAM CARD properly and restsrt the computer// it shoul boot//
note** during all this process make sure that the pwr cord is pulled out when you put your hand inside the computer or else you can get power shock..
Try the extension RGB monitor socket on a monitor to see if that works. If it does you might have hit the function key to switch the display to externel. Look in your manual about switching displays this will help you. It will be something like <function F4 or something similar.
Hi, If you move backwards in your picture viewing program of choice, (eg Irfanview, ACDSee or the inbuilt windows picture viewing program) does the previous picture work Ok? If so, it maybe that the picture that is next in order is corrupted. ie it will make the screen go 'black'. if the picture works one time but not another time, its not the picture file at fault. If you look at the folder with the View options set to Thumbnail, do all the pictures appear OK? ie in miniature? Does the screen play up when playing a game or doing something else? If so, then the graphics chip on your laptop motherboard maybe on its way out. if you are lucky, that model laptop may have a replaceable graphics card. See the Dell forums for help, or give Dell a ring. Cheers, Steve (Melbourne, Australia)
If you have access to an external monitor then conncet that to the external monitor port. Holding the function key and F7 or F8 should switch the computer to the external monitor. If this is OK then I'd say your mercury lamp has burned out. If no access email back the beep code. You'll have to listen carefully. In either case this computer will need to be repaired by a reputable computer repair person.
I had a LG certified repairman come out and fix. The electrical wires within the door were melted into the "tar" (sound deafening spray) and one wire actualy sheered. Apparently the drying cycle heats the tar and the wires become embeded and melt into the tar. This is what was causing the error code. After the wire was tested and spliced everything worked great. Long term...The door/electrical harness was replaced by LG.