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It boots up and goes dark before i cant do anything on it i tried to go in set up mode but the same thing

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If you can hear the harddisk working and loading the operating system, the problem is lamp / inverter related

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When I turn monitor on, it stays on only 2 seconds, then goes dark. When I turn the monitor on, it lights for another two seconds, then goes dark. It is a MAG Innovision TCO 03 display. Thank you!


It could be two things. 1). The video card is set to a resolution the monitor does not support. 2). The monitor's power supply is bad. You can try to boot into rescue (or "safe") mode, and adjust the video card to a resolution the monitor supports. OR, power supplies usually go bad because capacitors bulge or otherwise go bad. Most monitor power supplies are hard to get, so people typically repair them. If you disassemble the monitor shell, you can see the power supply (where the AC cord goes). You can look at the metallic, cylindrical looking things with minus signs down one side, and if they look bulged on top, you can replace them. You can get replacements at mouser.com.

Mar 30, 2013 | Mag Innovision 19" LCD Flat-Panel Monitor...

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If i leave computer on without anyone using it . computer goes to black/dark screen , can't perform any functions. also computer crashes at times during use.


You need to check your power settings. It is being set to go to turn of the drivers after a certain amount of time.

Control Panel\Hardware and Sound\Power Options Then change the power options so it does not shut off the hard drive.

Mar 06, 2011 | Gateway DX4300-03 Desktop PC

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My dell inspiron cannot boot. On startup dell logo screen appears with only f2 and f12 options then my screen goes black with a flashing dash in top left corner. I cant access safe mode, i cant do anything...


Hello,
The Operating System in your hard disk gone corrupt, you need new installation of Operating System using boot from CD/DVD.
P.S. Formating of Harddisk is recommended, because it seems the act of virus infection
Good Luck
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Dec 02, 2010 | Dell Inspiron 1501 Notebook

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The screen goes very dark within a minute after booting up = I can just barely see the menu page


When you say screen goes very dark when it booted to windows so it means that when you turned on the laptop when the dell logo flashes the screen was fine? if thats the case could you please try this. after turning on the laptop you will see the dell logo flashes immediately keep tapping on F2 and then it will show you the BIOS setup utility, please check if in BIOS setup display goes dark as well. If yes then try this, after turning on the computer when dell logo flashes keep tapping on F12 to boot menu then select utility partition to run the diagnostics. Please run test on the LCD check if display goes black when running the LCD test. Then try this when you sees the dell logo keep tapping on F8 to boot in safe mode check if in safe mode display goes very dark. Try this too, boot in F8 then select last known good configuration check if the settings on your display will be fix. If you can boot to safe mode no problem then uninstall the display or video driver. then restart computer.
You can also try to connect an external monitor if you have one just try to isolate if issue is on the LCD or the video card. If the display is dark as well in external monitor then video card needs to be reseated if fails then replaced. In situation like this most video cards is integrated to the motherboards. So replace motherboard.

Dec 08, 2009 | Dell Inspiron 2200 Notebook

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Viewsonis 23" lcd monitor comes on then goes dim


sounds like bad video driver or card. boot in to vga mode or even try safe mode by pressing f8 constantly on restart. if this works it is only driver. if you cant see anything on monitor after booting in safe or vga mode it is bad video card

Nov 27, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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I have this monitor and just bought a new computer. When the computer boots up and gets past the "windows" graphic monitor goes black. It worked fine with my old computer and my new computer works with an...


You may try the following steps:

Boot the computer in safe mode.
While booting press the F8 key and on the Windows Advance boot screen, select safe mode and press enter.
Once you are on the logon screen, select Administrator account.
Click on Start and rightl click on My computer, then click properties
Go to hardware tab and click on Device manager.
In the device manager look for Display adapter, Click on the + sign, right click on the listed devices and uninstall.
Now you should be able to boot the computer in normal mode.

Please let me know if you need any further assistance.

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Nov 27, 2009 | Kogi l7eh-ta ko 17" Flat Panel LCD Monitor

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Tried everthing just cant get this thing to boot up


Sounds like you may need your screen replaced.

Upon turning on your laptop,
Keep pressing F8, until you hear a beep. This will give you the option to boot to safe mode. When you hear a beep, and NOTHING comes on your screen within 20 seconds, you need to have your LCD screen replaced.

Typically if its a hardware problem such as RAM, you'll hear 2 beeps or a POST message will display on your screen, letting you know that a certain piece of hardware failed.

Ive seen problems occur when people change a setting such as :
Right click on your desktop --> Properties --> Settings --> Advanced Button

And changing your DPI. This can cause your screen to go out (Not display anything). If its up to high chances are your LCD screen can not handle it. If you boot to safe mode, then you can fix this. Again if you cant boot to safe mode, then you have a mad LCD.

Give this a try and let me know what happens.

Oh one more things.

One thing i have also seen, more than once, and till this day i can not explain it, but a USB device plugged in. Remove ANY USB device plugged to your computer. Printer, FLASH Drive, Mouse, etc. Then turn on your computer.

If you have a floppy drive, remove the floppy.
If you have a CD/DVD in your tray, turn the computer on to take it out.

May 21, 2009 | HP Compaq Presario 2200 Notebook

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Boot failure


does it beep at all?
take it into a dark room, can you see anything on the screen, even if it's very faint?
take battery off and plug in same thing?

Jan 04, 2008 | Toshiba Satellite A105-S4004 Notebook

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