When i turn my lap-top on, it goes to the black screen that comes up when you accidentally turn your computer of the wrong way.Then i either click start windows normally or I click last known good configuration. After i click on either one, it goes to a blue screen that says,"A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer. UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME
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You might have accidentally hit the external monitor key. Locate the Fn key, should be bottom left of the keyboard. Next look along the top row of keys and find the one for external monitor, it should have a rectangular screen looking icon on it. While holding down the Fn key, press that key and see if it comes back for you. If not then it's time to troubleshoot the display or GPU.
If the computer is dead the only way to recover the files would be to remove the hdd & install it as a secondary hdd in another system in order to copy the files. After you are sure all your data is copied you could then either reformatt & keep as a storage drive in other system or remove. You'll need the proper cables as most laptop hdd's just slide into a built in port on the laptop's mb. Hope this helps.
I fixed the problem by going to "Device Manager," then to the "Universal Bus". Under "Universal Bus" are a list of the individual USB ports. You have to delete each one individually. When you delete each one, a window opens up which gives you various headers; select "drivers" and hit "uninstall". When you hit "uninstall", windows will ask if you want to proceed. Select "Yes". You'll then get a "warning" that the computer may not work correctly if do this procedure. You want to proceed with the deletion of each Universal Bus port. Once you've removed the Universal Bus ports, then reboot windows. Windows will detect the individual Bus ports and find new drivers for them. Once the drivers are installed (automatically by Windows), the USB ports will be operational.
i would try this first goto device manger in your computer and find the video card in the list and see if it needs updated if this does not work it might be that the video card might be bad but it sounds like a video card update driver is needed
There was a post I read on a notebook forum site that deals with a BIOS problem with the Sharp Actius PCAL27 from a guy named fixyourlaptop AT yahoo DOT com. He stated that he was a Sharp tech, and that the main problem with the AL27 is not the battery, but the BIOS.
There is apparently an issue with these BIOS that causes the power usage of the battery to show incorrectly. I purchased my laptop over three years ago, and just recently updated the BIOS sent me by this fellow, and my laptop battery discharges properly. It still only has about an hour of life but this is the first time it ever worked right.
You can email him for the fix at the above address. Just put in the subject line SHARP LAPTOP AL27 BIOS FIX. He is legit and the fix worked like a charm.
If you want to read his post just do a search for the above (properly formatted) email address on google.