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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.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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