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first check your display in monitor with the help of vga cable attach your laptop in the monitor,if display comes in the monitor it means your screen faulty .or if display cant seen on monitor it means there is an fault on MOTHERBOARDS BGA CHIP.
cant get power when and where.? power is voltage.
do you have 12vdc at the pump cranking?
does car not start
why not post the symptoms so we can be on the same page.
i can walk you thru all fueling issues of any car.
why not post whats up;?
btw fueling is cut on all EFI if the EFI detects lost spark
so we check that 1st !
Fueling , EFI , is complex, (kinda) but is simple
the EFI dont fuel the engine, if there is no spark
or if it thinks you crashed, its a built in protection.
some cars inject and then stall in 2 seconds, due to , no spark.
the ECU monitors spark if it sees it drop dead, fuel ends.
even if spark is good. see why (answer, its a monitor)
the monitor works different on all EFI made.
You can switch to an external monitor or data projector by two methods. 1. Connect the external monitor to the laptop's video port, power up the external monitor first and the laptop. The video information will automatically switch to the external monitor. 2. If you power up the laptop first then you can switch the video output to the external monitor by pressing the Fn key and one of the Function keys, depending upon your make and model laptop. You can also toggle between the external monitor or both LCD screen plus the external monitor or back to LCD screen only by pressing the Fn key plus one of the function key a few times. Here is a list of key combinations for some of the laptops :- IBM ThinkPad = Fn + F7 HP and Compaq = Fn + F4 Toshiba = Fn + F5 ASUS and Dell = Fn + F8
Most monitors have very small switches either on the lower front frame (below the screen), on the right side frame, or in a few cases at the bottom of the frame (cant be seen from the front, unless you duck under it). Hit every one of the buttons in sequence, like 10 seconds apart, to give the monitor a chance to warm up and start. Evidently, stop hitting on buttons when the monitor lights up. Do not worry about hitting the wrong buttons, since they will not accept any commands while the monitor is turned off.
If all the buttons on the front don't work I would beleive it was a cable that is not connected correctly. I've seen things like this happen on otherwise perfectly good equipment. It's probably an easy fix however, monitors have enough power to KILL YOU (dead not a little bit very dead) if your not sure what your doing find someone who is most things I encourage you to open up and play with but not monitors. (did I mention you could die)
This is an indication your monitor is on the way to failure: You can do a "degauss' which is usually powering the monitor off and then pushing the degauss button in and holding it while powering the monitor back on.