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Display hardware or drive broken

Well my display hardware or drive (i can never remember which) isn't working properly, it crashed and the screen went blan, it recovered and then crashed again and now my laptop doesn't work, any soloutions?

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  • angus_stephe Mar 21, 2009

    I just sent it to acer to be repaired lol, it's taking ages though they had to order a part which is apparently being transported by mule and cart but hey, thanks for the help anyway

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Format your laptops's harddrive and install the operating system. When computer crashes very often, it is better to format it and install the operating system. Don't opt for quick format. This will help you to detect bad sectors. If there is bad sector, you have to replace the hard disk.

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