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My screen is black.


A component may have failed. Perhaps requires service.

Make sure the screen hasn't been accidentally dimmed.

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Please check my youtube video to understand my problem http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43ppZNyMACY


Great presentation of your problem.
One thing I would check is the screen saver. You say as long as you use the computer it looks normal. Look at your screen saver settings to see if the lined appearing coincide with the screen saver time.
With computer parts, failure on a periodic basis (based on time) usually indicated a heat problem. This does not appear to be the problem in your case, as you say you can use the computer for an extended period without a problem. This is why I was suggesting a screen saver problem. You might even try a different screen saver just to test this. Possibly the part of windows that controls the screen saver (and don't ask me where that is, 'cause I haven't a clue) is corrupt.

Good luck.

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Its blinking and the screen is black whats wrong?


First, ensure that there is no CD disk in the CD-drive. Remove it.
Disconnect any USB memory-sticks.
Try to restart.

Second, the computer tried to read the Windows software from the disk-drive, but has FAILED,
either because the disk-drive is totally "dead", or because there were some errors reading part of the Windows software from the disk-drive.

Take your computer to a computer-store, for professional diagnosis and repair.

Feb 17, 2011 | Compaq Presario CQ56-115DX Laptop

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It shows power saving mode


Power saver modes on the monitor has several functions. First the power saver preserves the devices from consuming current while viewer is mometarily away. Screens that display power saver modes returns to regular viewer mode soon as the remote controls or buttons are manipulated slightly as indication of request to regualar views. The power saveer mode of the screen can be disabled. Obser ve the feature functions of the device iether on the remote controlof device buttons. Power savers perform simialr to screen savers or device feature manipulations. Access the devices settings or menu buttons to display the entire list to buttons for disactivation of power savers modes. Usually the power saver mode may be onsctruting viewer experiences for situation that momentary displays ate idleness requiring to retore to viwer display screen. Refer to the devices userguide to attain details.

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How do I get rid of screen savers I have one with underwater,fish swimming,bubbles and behind that one I have a Halloween on with a black cat, bats,etc.


If your are running Windows XP you have have several options. USE OPTION 3 ONLY if you are comfortable working with system files and as a last resort.

  1. Open your "control panel" > "Display". This will open your "Display Properties" window. Click the screen saver tab and set your screen saver to "[None]" This setting will not put your monitor into any screen saver mode.
  2. Open your "control panel" > "add or remove programs" usually a downloaded screen saver will appear in this list, find the appropriate file/screen saver you wish to remove & click remove. If you wish to permanently remove the screen savers.
  3. I strongly suggest you do full back up of your system or at minimum create a "Restore Point" BEFORE you do any of the following suggestions!!! You could also search for the screen saver files. Click "Start" > "Search" This will open the "Search Results" Dialog window. look in your local hard drive where XP OS is installed. This usually is your c: drive. In the "All or part of the file name:" box enter "*.scr" this will give you a list of screen savers in your "C:\WINDOWS\system32" folder. Be VERY CAREFUL working in this file!!!! If you delete the wrong file your OS System may quit working properly or altogether! I am not sure if a downloaded screen saver has the file extension ".scr", I think they do. Maybe someone else could clarify that for both of us.
GOOD LUCK!!!

Oct 18, 2009 | HP Computers & Internet

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When PC is not used, screen goes black, then Check Signal Cable


right click on your desktop.go to properties.in properties go to the screen saver tab.click on the screen saver tab.under the screen saver tab you will a tab called power.click on power.change you monitor settings there.let me know if it works

Sep 07, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Screen going black like screen saver


The THT of the LCD system failure need to be replaced would cost 50 usd

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Black screen


If the screen is breaking up into multiple screens, the video resolution isn't set correctly. Change the video properties back to the native resolution.

Right-click on an empty area of your desktop screen. Click on Properties at the bottom. Now click on the Settings tab.
The Screen Resolution slider should be all the way to the right, close to -> More.
The Colors should be set to the highest setting.

When you close the lid, you may have your laptop set to Sleep Mode, check that. You may also have your screen saver set to Blank, and no screen saver has been chosen.

(1.Screen Saver: Right-click on empty area of desktop>Properties>Screen Saver.

2.Sleep Mode: Start>Control Panel>Performance and Maintenance>Power Options>Power Buttons>When I press the sleep button on my computer>Then choose what you want it to do)

If none of this helps, I suggest you have a problem that HP needs to repair. Since you bought this dv9700t last July, would I be correct in assuming it's still under warranty?

Jun 02, 2009 | HP Pavilion dv9700t Notebook PC

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Security Policy is hinding screen saver tab.
Go to Start Menu
Click on "Run"
type: gpedit.msc
click OK
User configuration
- Administrative Templates
- Control Panel
- Display
Look at Hide Screen Saver tab
make sure it is set to disable.

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