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PLEASE, I HIBERNATED MY LAPTOP AND AN HOUR LATER I POWERED IT, THE SCREEN WAS BLANK WITH ONLY THE POWER LED LIGHT BLINKING. THERE IS NO SIGN OF IT BOOTING. PLEASE I AM CONFUSED AND NEED HELP. I AM SUSPECTING THE PROBLEM CONCERNS THE SECURITY LOCK SLOT BUT I'M NOT SURE. PLEASE WHAT CAN I DO?

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    Tony R. May 11, 2010

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  • Priscilla mcdaniel May 11, 2010

    Is it a vista?

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Try turning it back on without the batter in it.

How dusty is the area by the fans. If your laptop is filled with dust, it will overheat...which can be a source of the problem. If so, take a vacuum and connect it to the fan. Use your judgment on how close to get the vacuum to the fan (i.e. don't use a 7hp shop vac or you'll remove more more than just dust.)

If you have access to another monitor, try connecting it to the laptop.


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