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The laptop do start, but i can't see anything from

Yesterday as i switch the computer on it started showing a problem with a certain program and after it switch off. Now the laptop do start, but i can't see anything from the screen.The screen stay grey/black colour with a light

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Hiya...

reboot the computer into safe mode uninstall the offending software then reboot.......shud sort the little critter out lol


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Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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