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Seems like a bad RAM. Simply change your RAM and then give your laptop a go and it shall be all fine and smooth sailing on wards. You can test it by simply borrowing a RAM from your friend for a while. But do make sure that RAMS are of same type.
Posted on Oct 30, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My MSI MS-1683 Laptop With
That blinking underscore is the way in which the laptop's BIOS is telling you that it didn't find any Windows to boot to - it was completely corrupted.
The only thing left to do is to reinstall it.
Posted on May 29, 2011
Well for one it sounds like you may have used a monitor other than the laptops and selected this as the default monitor. When you boot the system go into your monitor settings and select the on-board graphics which came installed with your unit. also it could be that the screen has gone out. But if you have been playing with an external monitor this may be your problem. Open Control panel find your graphics and restore this back to default monitor settings.This can be set in BIOS settings as well back to on board graphics and display. Remember to rate and give testimonial this is how i earn my achievements here of FixYa Thanks in advance
Posted on Apr 28, 2012
If you havent tried to boot your operating system from a disk or jump drive (which you can get from you local PC store for around 5 bucks) then I'd say your either missing harware components, or the ones you have are fried, and your better off buying a new PC.
Posted on Sep 25, 2012
Try turning off the laptop, unplugging it, pulling out the battery and holding power down for 30-60 seconds. After that's done, put the battery back in, plug it back in, and turn it on.
Posted on Oct 19, 2012
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