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Asus X205T Eeebook display is black, no boot up, no response to power button. Power light on, charging light works. Slight issue with powering on response once before, but just slight delay. New comp.

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You can try recovery if you made a disk for it or try to get into bios and reset to default

Posted on Mar 31, 2015

  • Joseph Deutsch Apr 01, 2015

    Thanks Ray, this model does not a disk drive nor does it have a removable battery. I held down the power button for a while, held down Control Alt Delete for a while, and made sure to try a couple other odds and ends. Fortunately, it did eventually boot back up and I'm not sure what happened, but it seems to have been stuck somehow as the power light was on and then I got it to turn off before successful reboot.

  • ray gallant Apr 01, 2015

    ctrl and either f2 or delete hold them down and restart your system

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