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Have you tryed starting up in safe mode.
if you can you can try and sort the problem out from there.
Posted on Apr 01, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like a problem with the ribbon for the screen being either having a loose connection or getting nipped. Pretty common on laptops because the ribbon runs along by the hinges on the base and then up to the screen.
Hopefully you will be able to access the ribbon on your model by removing the plastic bezel which lies just above the keyboard. The ribbons I have seen are about 1/2 inch wide and as I said connect on the base and the screen. The connection just pushes in. If its loose at the connection on the base then obviously push the connection fully home. If it's getting nipped then reseat it so that it does not get caught. ***NOTE*** a problem could arise if the ribbon has actually been damaged from being nipped - opening the laptop could cause it more damage and then you could lose the screen until you replace with a new ribbon. These can normally be purchased on places like Ebay and don't cost an arm and a leg.
If this helps, I'd appreciate feedback so other people can use this as a solution. Thanks
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
SOURCE: can't remember bois password
You could try flashing the bios, but your wiggle room is limited. You may or may not see effects on the password. I would try the default 0000, or 00000. If that fails, i would look into flashing. It is hard, and risky, but it may be your only way out. Unfortunatly i would be liable if i told you how, so i would look up a blog about it.
Sorry i couldn't help
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
Remove the battery, and the memory cover (1 screw), and the memory module(s). Under the bottom memory module, there is a white sticker (the bigger sticker)... remove that, and there is a small copper lead labeled J2 that looks like two E's mated with each other, you need to short the E's to each other for about 30 seconds with something metal. Put at least one memory module back in, and the battery, and try booting. If it still has a password, try again for a little longer, or press a little harder with the metal object to ensure you are making a connection.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
SOURCE: where can i get the
Hi there... go to this site here...
and click in your info...
Like so. Click ( GO ). There you are.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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