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Turned off computer and rebooted
It sounds like you have lost the boot system for Windows operating sys. If you reboot and constantly get the same thing over and over again, you lost the ability to enter the OS. If you can get UBUNTU, Fix-it Utilities, or some Rescue disk, it is possible to recover the windows startup and save what was on the drive. In any event, the only other choice is to place a new hard drive in your computer, install windows OS, and make that drive the First drive in your system, and put the Unbootable hard drive as the Second drive in your computer. Now you can boot off the first drive and seek the data left on the second drive. Your Music, Pictures, Documents, and related data is still intact on the old drive and it can be transferred to the new hard drive easily.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Computer does not turn on
The only easy check I can suggest is for you to have a look & see the memory underneath the laptop. It should be covered by a squarish panel/lid held by a screw (or 2). You can try wiggling it or best remove it by moving the 2 locking clasps at each side slightly away making the memory pop out. You can now remove the memory and clean the little gold tips/connectors using a pencil eraser. Reinsert and try again.
Other than the above, would suggest that you bring it back to your dealer/supplier since any further action on your part would void your warranty.
Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Oct 23, 2007
Some process running in the background is not letting the system shut down. Use task manager to kill unnecessary processes before pressing turn off. If it shut downs then try to locate the process using taskmanager which is causing this problem.
Let me know if it helps.
Posted on Apr 13, 2008
If the diagnostics displays on the LCD screen but you get no display when Windows starts to load, it sounds like you have a video software driver problem. Try tapping the F8 key when you power on your laptop and boot in Safe mode. If it works in safe mode then you need to check you driver. You can also try connecting the laptop to an eternal monitor and see what happens.
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Posted on Nov 09, 2008
it sounds like a hardware problem. I would say your high voltage board that drives your lcd has blown probably the caps you buy new on-line and replace it. send to factory service to have fixed. get fixed on warranty if you have it.
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Posted on Mar 21, 2009
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