I am defenitely not the most computer literate person around, so i hope someone can help me. i recently bought an asus laptop and it was working fine for a week. however now it wont turn on. when ever i turn it on it just comes up with a blank black screen and says nothing, and i cant do anything. prior to it stuffing up i went to turn it on, but realized i had to go out so before it booted up to the username i switched it off, and it hasn't worked since. is there anything i can do or do i need to take it to someone?
Not saying you are stupid but are you sure the batter is charged plug it in and try again if that does not work if when you power in on and the power lite lights up there might be on one of the F keys at the top of the keyboard it might say,CLD,LED or something like that try the clor that is push the button like FN or the key that is the same color as that and push the one that has the FN or the colored on and then hit the, CLD,LED and see if that works if not you might have to take it to someone.
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If you recently dropped your laptop or even spilled something on it accidentally, it would prevent your touch screen from working.
Sometimes the video card in laptops burns out depending upon how much and how long you keep your computer running and how many different software and programs you run at the same time.
If you're not familiar with your laptop I would recommend you ask someone who's familiar with computers, to take your video card out and check it into an compatible laptop and see if that's your problem. If it is, you would just have to replace it in order to work.
Sometimes, there are two possibilities that occur at the same time, and I recently discussed the first one above, and the other is that both your screen and video card managed to shortage almost at the same time.
If you purchased this computer new and it has a warranty, contact your supplier to return it. They should replace it when so new.
If you just purchased the computer from another person who owned this computer and it is no longer under warranty, return to that person, if possible.
If no longer under warranty and for whatever reason, you cannot return this computer and you need to try and fix, try System Restore. Boot your system to Safe Mode (press F8 repeatedly). Go to System Restore and choose a date several months back.
1) There's a bad connection in the speakers or the wiring that connects to the speakers.
2) The sound card needs to be replaced. In this case you would uninstall the sound card drivers from the Start > Control Panel > Device Manager, reboot, then reinstall the sound card drivers from Asus's website.
Hope this helps.
Your hard disk did not set your BIOS password. BIOS passwords are of little or no value to the average person and there is no reason to set one for a private owned computer. If you did set your password and then forgot it and now need into your setup - open the case, find the battery and remove it. Wait 5 minutes and reinstall it. Turn on your computer and the BIOS will reset itself to the original default settings. You will have to set the time.
try finding out a small button that would be either on the top,left or right hand side(Near USB ports)of your laptop..Try turning that On if you find that and hope that works !! Kindly let me know if that doesnt work,I'll try something more for you.