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Laptop powers on but screen does not light up. A

Laptop powers on but screen does not light up. A few audible sounds happen at the same time (one long beep, two short beeps), and a small blue screen icon appears just above the left upper border of the touch pad. We tried hooking up to an alternate monitor, and that moniotor also did not light up, even with the F4 function key depressed.

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Knowing the model i would be inclined to say that your graphics chip has got a BGA issue, this commonly happens when the board is flexed and is rampant in all sorts of laptops. alternatively try removing your ram,it'll be under a cover on the bottom of the laptop. if with the memory removed your getting the same issues your best getting it to a shop and saying its got a vga chip problem, just make sure they dont charge you for telling you what you already know

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The beeps indicate a problem with the video card. You may have to replace it.

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This signifies a display adapter problem.

Try booting into your BIOS (push F2 while booting) and reset the BIOS to default.

This should correct anything that has changed the adapter

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1 long, 2 short Indicates a video error has occurred and the BIOS cannot initialize the video screen to display any additional information
Most likely your internal video card went out. depending on the motherboard in it there are some replaceable parts for video but for the most part they are hard wired in. you will need to replace the motherboard does it have warranty?

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