Screen has been turning a strange color than goes black. I tried resetting this. by holding the F1 key and turning it on. Now I get a 'Fan Error'. Bottom line, when it boots up it goes to black.
Is this fixable? If so, how would I do that?
or is the
Is the computer done?
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In some CMOS setup settings the prompt can be turned off. Enter CMOS setup by holding down key as PC boots. Common keys are DEL, F1, F2, and F12. Try each of these keys until you enter setup, then find setting to show prompt.
If you shine a flashlight on your black screen and look real hard for the icons on the desktop. If you can faintly see them that means your LCD Inverter is bad. You'll have to disassemble the LCD Screen to get to it. In the mean time you can attach another monitor (LCD Flat Screen or the Old style fat CRT) with a VGA cable to the vga port on you laptop. Once you have it connected hit the FN (Function Key) + (F1 thru F12) key that that corresponds to the external display. Hold the FN Key while you hit the Function Key that is for the external display. The key might have the words LCD/CRT on it or it might show a display symbol. That's the key you want to hit while holding down the FN key. This will cause the desktop to display on the external monitor and verify that there is no problem with your Video Card inside the laptop.
press the power up key as well as the F8 key both together
then if you get into the repair options
choose the last know good configuration option
windows will then restart and try to take it back to when it was ok
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The issue may be corrected by following steps to perform a reset on the printer,
For products with keypads on the control panel: 1. Without turning the unit off, unplug the power cord from the back of the product. 2. Press and hold “# and 6′ keys. 3. While holding those keys plug the power cord back in. 4. Wait until the screen goes blank before you release those keys. 5. Follow on printer screen instructions. For Box-type models: 1. Unplug the power cord from the printer. 2. Wait for 30 seconds. 3. Plug the power cable back in the printer and turn it on.
If the above doesn't help,try
Press Cancel and Power, at the same time.
Then, the Unit will ask for a Key Combo, press blue, green, gray buttons (in order) for this.
“Support Menu” should appear.
Go to Resets menu and use the semi-full reset.
Unplug the power cable from printer while the printer is powered on.
Press and hold OK and HELP buttons while plugging in the power cord. Wait for the screen to go black or blank before releasing the keys.
Just turn on the printer and configure your printer new
This should correct the issue.
Thanks & regards,
best thing to try is a external monitor if one is available - if not then run the test....turn system off..as soon as u power back on hold down the FUNCTION key..wait till u see the test running on the screen before u let go of function !!! it will only take a couple of min to know .....when u see this test run just wait until it asks u if u see color bars..whether u can or cannot does not matter..we want to press N for no on the kb....next u will get the color bars if u can see them the mb is fine and u need to replace the lcd..if no bars were seen then u replace the LCD
when you hit F1 key it was on the Dell screen logo right? so after hitting the key F1 it just go straight black screen with a cursor?
since you where able to get display try. 1. turn off laptop make sure ac adapter is plug in. 2. while laptop is off press and hold on the Fn key then press power while pressing on Fn. 3. Check if a self-assessment will display and run on the screen. Just follow the prompt messages on the screen to guide you for the error messages which will help you to identify the problem.
First make sure your phone is fully charged. Then check... It may be the storage card - if you take the storage card out it will boot up and you can put it back in. - pain in the a## but it may work. Or Try taking the SIM card out, boot it up, turn it off, replace the card, and turn it on again. Last resort is a hard reboot. If you did a hard reboot and nothing happened then you did not do it successfully. To do a hard reboot.
- with the phone powered off - press the two soft keys, yes the left and right soft keys which are the two dash keys labeled - - - while keeping it pressed, press the power button down - keep the power button pressed down for 1 - 2 seconds and then release the power button while still holding down the two soft keys. Keep holding down the soft keys until a black screen appears and prompts appear - now release the soft keys and follow prompts - if you dont see the black screen with the reset option, pull the battery out, reinsert it and repeat the above steps - when you see the black screen with the reset option, press the Send button to confirm the reset.
you must hold down the F10 key( for system recovery) when you turn on computer. hold down as computer starts up,hopefully it will then repair itself and boot up. If not,start up computer holding down F12 for advanced diagnostics and run some test!! Good luck