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It blue screened a few times...the hinge is loose so had intermiottent screen..then poof, won't swtart, no lights. Ive done obvious disconnecting reconnecting and etc. ....cant find any fuses to check....stuck ! jtheriffer@hotmail.com

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Reinstall the operating system

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