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I have a laptop , and it suddenly stopped working,i mean when i on it, i can only see a black screen with the letters. thats all it doesnt even load the bios, what can i do? Powers on Totally Blank Display

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ON the laptop and tap F10.you need to re-install the whole OS (operating systems). which would fix the bios.

ps. without bios PC would not work

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