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Computer screen is blank

Was working fine until I started a Service Pack 3 download now when I
start the computer the Toshiba opening page flashes quickly then
nothing more appears on the screen

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Try uninstalling SP3 you will have to hook up to another monitor first. Go to control panel and click on Add and Remove Icon Go down until you see SP3 click on the remove tab. Once it is removed turn off your laptop remove the other monitor and restart you should be fine. You can also call 1-800-642-7676 for help as well

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