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Laptop will switch on but wont boot up. tried running the recovery disc but theres no way to restart the laptop. tried f8 but get nothing just takes me to a black screen

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  • anthony butler Jan 15, 2013

    i can see post messages that you're talking about removed battery pack and nothing i get the fujitsu logo at start up then black screen

  • polyal Jan 15, 2013

    have you removed and replaced the internal 5v battery ( this maintains the bios setup )or if you can enter the bios set everything to default

  • anthony butler Jan 21, 2013

    i done that aswell so i got in touch with the company i bought it from and i am waiting for a replacement as i only got it for christmas

  • polyal Jan 22, 2013

    if you only bought it a christmas then its still under warranty and you should have consulted the retailer from the outset

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Can you see any POST messages when you first turn it on?
ie amount of ram / discs etc..if not try connecting an external
monitor it might be the screen malfunctioning
also is your psu generating the correct voltage ( 18-20v)
if you can , remove ( for 20secs then replace) the internal 5v battery to reset the bios..remove the battery pack and power first though
bottom line is..your mobo could be f****ed or your bios corrupt
best of luck

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