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You turned on your laptop and horrors upon horrors, the
screen is BLACK! You see that the laptop has power but besides that nothing is
I want you to know that there is a very good chance you can
get out of this situation quickly and without any cost. This fix works on all
brands of laptops:
• 1) TAKE OUT YOUR LAPTOP BATTERY
• 2) REMOVE YOUR AC ADAPTOR CORD, that's the wall power, remove it.
• 3) NOW HOLD DOWN THE POWER BUTTON FOR 30 SECONDS
That will drain any static electricity that has built up on
your laptop system board and many times fixes the problem of a black screen.
After the 30 seconds re-connect your laptop to the wall
power and hit the power button normally and see if the laptop comes back up.
Replace your battery.
or if wont start
Here are the fix steps:
1. Turn off your computer
2. Disconnect every wire from it
3. Disconnect the battery from
the bottom of the computer.
There will be two tabs labeled 1
4. Re-plug in the power wire.
(the battery should not be in the computer)
5. Turn on the power. The screen
will work. Choose start windows normally. (if you get that screen)
6. Go to Control Panel ->
(Mobile PC) -> Power Options -> Under Balanced choose change plan
7. Choose Change advanced power
8. Find Processor power
management and change the minimum processor state from 5% to 100% for each On
battery and Plugged in.
9. Click Apply then OK
10. Shut down you computer.
11. Disconnect the power cord.
12. Re-install the battery on
the bottom of the laptop, plug in the power cord, and restart the computer.
Instructions1 Click "Start" then "Turn off" or "Shut down" and click the prompt to shut your computer off completely. Let the computer remain off for a few seconds. 2 Hold down the "0" (zero) key on your keyboard and press the power button. 3 Release the power button but hold the "0" until the system restore screen loads. 4 Select "Restore the original factory image" by pressing "1" on your keyboard. In some models, you may be able to click the appropriate restore setting. Press "Yes" or "Next" to continue. 5 Restart the computer when the recovery is complete by pressing any key. The computer will let you know when it is safe to do so. Thanks
I have a possible solution to this. If you hold down the power button this may help. This will manualy shutdown your computer. But somtimes this kind of problem is casued by one letting the battery run really low and then having it charged again, without shutting it down. I've had this problem before and that was all i had to do to fix it. so hold down the power button for like 5-6 seconds until it restarts
It is probably not shutting down because there is a program running that will not shut down. Unnstall programs you no longer use and do a virus scan, often the programs that refuse to shut down are malicious. Holding down the power button for 5 seconds should shut down the computer (it signals the motherboard to power down). As for the black screen, not enough detail for me to say.