Question about Computers & Internet
If its a desktop, run monitor self test, unplug cable of monitor from back of pc, turn on both monitor and computer, if nothing on screen. monitor needs to be replaced., if its laptop, tkae out battery and unplug ac , press and hld power button for 5 seconds to drain power, put battery back and power on system then immidiately press f2, if it brings to you a different screen, good. but if not. display is not working , the hardware part.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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