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Laptop monitor problem

Laptop monitor will not display. Computer is running. I can see the LEDs and can hear the fan and hard drive. Tried viewing the display with an external monitor but could not get a display by pressing fn f4 keys. Any suggestions?

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Try a system restore to a time that you it worked. Actually it sounds like a video card problem.

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