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All HDMI connections require a HDMI cable with one end inserted into the source devices HDMI output and the other end inserted in the TV HDMI port. If you lack that cable TigerDirect has them. They come with different size ends, so make certain you know what connectors you require.
If it is because it was not correctly closed down, software wise, then boot the system in Safe Mode and then when it has loaded, close it down. Windows will be able to repair the corrupted files. If you placed something heavy on it, new/replacement screens are available and I would start by looking at ebay first. Hope that helps and have a nice Xmas.
the lcd cable that joins the screen to the motherboard is most probably
faulty under AC power input. To fix it you need a new ribbon cable.
Samsung will charge to sort it without warranty however the NC10 has a
12 month warranty so check your receipt date. Failing that a local
computer shop is likely to be the cheapest option.
Most likely you are touching the keypad or mouse and it thinks you are waking it up. You might try selecting hibernate instead of standby which will put it to sleep and won't wake up until you press the power button. If you don't have the hibernate choice you'll need to go into your power settings to enable hibernation.
I forgot about the update that you mentioned. Yea go into safe mode and choose the latest date that the wireless card was working properly, then let the machine reboot and see what happens. Let me know.
I think this is an issue with your desktop settings are your display driver. Reboot the notebook, unplug the external monitor. Press the F8 key when you see the Windows logo screen. It will give you a list of choices. Use the the VGA selection. Windows should be normally. Then go to the control panel and check what drivers are trying to load for your notebook. I would suggest to your E-machine website or if you have the cd to reload your video drivers.