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The screen in blacked out but computer is on and monitor powered

It seems to be in some type of hibernation mode or something. I am out of town and my kids are trying to get hoemwork done. Please send me a fix asap if possible---- Thanks!

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Shut down the PC, unplug the power cord and press the power button to discharge the mainboard, wait several minutes and reconnect the power cord and power system up. Even if this works there still may be a video card and/or other hardware problem.

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