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Black screen, I can not enter to a bios setup
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
No Actually its fixable
There are a number of issues that can cause this but all of them are hardware related.. Mostly its eighter the hard drive or them main board (bios)
1.) Open up the laptop
You do this by removing the hinge covers, then removing the
face panel(part with the power button)
remove the kwyboard and you wiull have axcess to it..
2.) there is a battery on the main board, simply disconnect it, then remove your laptop battery and hit the power button(switch now) seven times.. Hopefully this will discharge any remaing power and reset your bios..
now try booting, if that works, simply enter your bios(setup) and load the optamised defaults then save and exit..
If that fails, Open back up the laptop again and try disconnecting the hard drive.. If it boots and says no boot disc, then your hard drive is defective and needs to be replaced..
If all that fails you will need to replace your mainboard.. if you are not qualified enough to do this i suggest you take it to a technician,,, Let me know what happens and if you need additional information, just post your question here and i shall reply asap
Posted on Jan 17, 2008
To enter the CMOS setup BIOS you hit f2 during the power on. After you enter the bios to the boot up screen and select first boot up = CD ROM. Save the configuration and reboot. Now pop in your windows XP cd into the CDROM, your computer will bootup from the CDROM. You can now reinstall windows.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
1. you either have to dismantle the notebook or laptop and remove the CMOS battery and reinstall it . This will reset the BIOS.
2. Obtain a recovery disk or rescue disk for your model.
3. Call the manufacturer for instruction on how to recover or reset your password for your laptop.
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
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