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Using desktop screen and its still black and saying enter power save

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This is not enough information for me to diagnose this problem, but I bet if you could give me some more info I can get you fixed right up!

Are you trying to use an external monitor at the same time as the laptop screen? Or just one or the other?

How is the desktop screen connected to the laptop?

If you get me as much info as you can about what is going on I am happy to help!

Posted on Nov 21, 2013

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