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Blue notebook UMPC (VIA C7-M 7" LCD)

My blue notebook UMPC (VIA C7-M with 7" TFT LCD) fail to boot, the last reported error said "the computer automatically shut down to prevent it from losing data and perform a stop error screen", The screen also stated that there is a software or hardware not properly installed. After that the monitor/LCD black-out. But why the laptop stop rebooting? Is it the power supply? Can you send me a schematic diagram? thanks...

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