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Re: blank screen after boot
If your explorer works but it is not loading, then it is a registry problem, in which case a rollback of the registery or a restore of a checkpoint should solve the problem. Restoring the registry to an earlier point can even be done with a DOS boot floppy.
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this seems like a no boot / no video kind off issue and mostly is coz of corruptions in softwares or drivers, try booting the computer in safe mode. if it does, then take a data backup. i would not recommend experimenting in this issue as it can crash the computer.
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Before starting your laptop up... try to remove and clean the connector surface of the memory card/s with pencil eraser,soft cloth or tissue paper. Then insert the memory card/s back properly. check the unit if it is booting up nicely.
on some pc's a blinking power light denotes the batteryy is in the process of charging.The blank screen means your operating system is not loading properly try F2 to go into bios and set boot options use the "tab"key to navigate.then "enter"to select and change boot sequence play around with the settings untill you are familiar with these pages--this is of course if you havent totally corrupted you os in which case your best bet is to reinstall os from disc--good luck!
Do you get the message to press f10 at all during the boot process? If so please press f10 and follow the recovery procedures. All Hi grade systems without disks have a recovery partition built into the hard drive and you access this via the F10 key during boot up. Please let me know how you go with this.
Hello Karthik, This must surely be a problem with your monitor, because you say that you see the white screen while boot up. If this is a graphic driver issue, you may have the problem after booting up in windows. Since its been only a month old laptop, the product must be in warranty for sure. Take away any CDs in the drive, any USB drives and see if this white screen appears. Let us know.