I have a Gateway laptop and the model is 3522GZ i recently started experiencing problem with it, a blue screen would appear stating it ran into an internal problem and would suggest uninstalling any new devices but i barely have any new programs on it. The message would read " if this is the first time experiencing this problem then restart and press F8 to select the safe mode" but the advanced set-up box will not appear and the blue screen is happening more often, any help you can provide is greatly appreciated. Nima
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1. Your pc have a bad LCD and will have to serviced 2. If the blue light is the indication of proper "on" status then you have a malfunction in the video/LCD I am not sure of the repair cost but a qualified tech can determine this. 3. Check if you have inadvertently turn your brightness down or put the laptop in sleep mode. IF you have dropped the laptop you could have disconnected the video cable that go to the LCD screen
The first step is to determine whether your computer is getting a
blue screen because of an internal program problem or a hardware
malfunction. 80% of the time, blue screens are caused by internal
common symptoms or signs of a hardware issue is a pattern of consistent
behavior leading up to the blue screen crash. In the case of an over
heating problem, you likely would notice that your fan in your computer
was running more often - or not at all. This would likely also come
with an increasingly repetitive crash cycle. For example, your system
shuts down 10 minutes after you turn it on regardless of what you are
doing. Also, if you have recently installed something new on your
system like more memory or a new hard drive / web cam or other actual
physical device, try taking it out and see if that fixes the problem.
Some searching on forums convinced me the inverter had failed. Picked one up for $65, removed the frame around the screen, removed the mounting screw for the inverter, and unplugged both ends of the old and plugged in the new. Put it back togeher and fired it up, bright again. Key here was that a remote monitor still worked which meant video card was OK. The lamp could have been bad, but apparently the life of lamps is pretty decent.
Try resetting the desktop. Right click on the desktop, click properties, then open the desktop tab. Change the desktop picture and see if that works. If it doesn't try a system restore. You will be able to access the start menu by pressing the windows key. If these don't work you'll need to run a system repair with your recovery or operating system disc.