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If you are familier with opening your laptop up, check the following: the monitor connector cable has not come loose, if this is connected securely, I would advise that you take your laptop into your local PC repairs shop to show them exactly what is happening...they will be able to diagnose the fault with a very short space of time.
Also: when you turn on the laptop, do you get any images, writing on it at all, ie, the boot up screen, does it appear? If so, and you get nothing else after the post up screen, you have a problem with the onboard graphics card.
If you do not get anything at all when you press the on button and everything seems to be working ok except you just have a black screen, there is a 99% chance that the actual screen has gone, in which case you will need to have the screen replaced. This can be a costly repair and it sometimes is not economically logical to replace the screen as the cost would be sometime greater than actually going out and buying a new laptop!
Hope this help
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Posted on Dec 06, 2008
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