Question about MSI Computers & Internet
I have 2 problems regarding my MSI laptop, 1st when i power on my laptop when it arrives to the windows logo, the screen will just go black and no response at all then after that i need to force shut it down, thats my 2nd problem the power button doesnt work, usually i hold the power button until the unit shuts down but in this case i need to remove the battery to shut down...i hope some can help me thanks in advance
You didn't say Windows what? makes a big difference you gotta know. Have you tried a safe mode start up by tapping F8 a few times key right after Bios screen blanks & before Win. screen appears. Once in the boot menu choose safe mode. Let it boot then try decreasing the video settings & restart. if that"s not the fix restart in SM & uninstall video driver. It should reinstall a working driver on next start up.
Posted on Jul 13, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Toshiba M35X-S109 Doesnt Start
you may have a faulty motherboard connection, but try connecting the power adapter in without the battery and see if it runs, then replace the battery back in the compartment.
Posted on Oct 15, 2007
Your problem is not a capacitor problem, that is so remote of a possibility it is it's a one in a million!
I Have read all the info here and find Darklord has already posed the correct solution (with explaination) 3 days ago,
Have you since verified hard drive and I'm just missing that fact?
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
SOURCE: nx 6110 boot up issue
None of the above. Sorry. All those "solutions" are "shooting in the dark". There is a definitive method of determining the problem here, without guesswork.
The "HP screen" you speak of is an "advertising mask" governed by the "quiet boot" option in BIOS.
This HP screen is shown INSTEAD of showing you exactly what BIOS is "doing" at that moment: First, a ROM checksum to verify BIOS is OK, then a quick system check of the most basic components, and if that goes well, the next thing it does is count AND check the RAM. Finally, after all that is done, it will look for a hard drive and query that drive for cylinder or LBA size, then look at MBR for sector zero, to find an operating system.
So here is what you must do to SEE all that taking place:
1. Make sure the system is TOTALLY cold (off, not in any ACPI state). Do this by pressing and holding the power button for 10 seconds, then release.
2. Remove Battery and the PSU (AC power supply)
3. Insert the PSU connector (only) this will also eliminate any battery problems. Batteries with dead cells can pull out so much current that you get slow boot/running performance. More on this later.
4. Now, start the computer, and keep pressing ESC key, quickly. It may start beeping. Stop and wait then.
5. Next, you will see a BLACK screen instead of HP screen. There will be some white text that scrolls. First the BIOS type and version. Next, RAM will be counted, and last, a HD will be reported. Last (or if any of the above have a problem) any errors will be reported. Some BIOS will specify the error, others will report it as "code XXX". Send me (post) this info, and I will analyze the problem.
NOTE: you can hit the PAUSE key at any time, to read the info, if it runs too fast for you. Then press PAUSE key again, to resume the BIOS data post process. Once you have reported back with any errors (as in step 5 above), we can also do this same thing with Windows, to "see" the black screen/errors reported as the PC boots.
Posted on Jan 24, 2008
From what you've described, it sounds like you are clicking the Standby button, instead of the actual shutdown option. On the Start button, you will see (from left to right); Left: Start Search Middle: Standby Middle: Lock Right: Arrow Clicking the arrow will show you the Shutdown menu option; http://blogs.chron.com/techblog/archives/shutdown.jpg
Posted on May 26, 2008
I'd like to help you, but it is very difficult to diagnose based on your description. We will need to gather more info as we try a few things.
1. Why are you reinstalling? 2. How old is the system? 3. Try the following & let me know the result: turn system back on. When the normal LED indicators are on, press & hold down the power button for 4+ seconds until everything goes off. 4. If step 3 worked, then turn power on & hit bios setup key (f2?). 5. See if HDD is detected.
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
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