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Can you see any light on your computer? Or hear your computer running? Have you tried turning of the power and turning it back on? Also check if the cables on the back of your monitor are still firmly connected. as well on the computer side.
Listen for the computer if it makes any kind of sounds when you turn it on.
Every time a digital camera acts strange, just remove he battery But not before al lights are out!!! When the camera is accessing the memory card a light will blink. As long as the light is blinking, don't switch off or remove the battery.
Removing the battery and reinserting it, has the same effect as a clod boot of a computer.
After this action any error should be gone. If an error keeps coming back something more serious is going on. Then contact a certified repair centre that services your brand of camera.
Remove the battery and open the case. Look inside the computer with a flashlight to see if any of the capacitors are busted or leaking from corrosion. The capacitors look like little battery towers, but they are not as tall as the AA or AAA batteries.
If the capacitors are bad, your computer goes bunkers.
I see you mentioned you update IE9 then you now get a blank screen...
If I may ask the blank screen showed up after the update or did it show up after restarting the computer?
If your getting a Blank screen when you boot into windows after the IE9 update, try rebooting then boot into Safemode.
Restart you computer then as soon as you see the Boot screen of you computer keep on Tapping f8 to get a list select safemode, then once it boots into safemode windows will load up in safemode on the issue and you can navigate arround to fix things that went wrong.
click on the Start Button on the lower left of the task bar then, click on Programs, select accessories then select system tools, look for system restore then select the option select a different restore point, on the window you may see a list of restore points hoping your system restore was turned on in the very beginning, once you have selected a restore point keep on clicking next then a warning will show just click next again then it will restart your computer.
System restore allows you to restore to a date where you had windows working fine without any problems so if you can get a restore point before updating IE9 then it is possible that you may be able to fix you windows back the way it was.
mcdevito75 here, Press the SHIFT key, a screen should come up telling you too click on your user name, left lower side of screen. If this doesn"t work, press the yellow blinking light on the monitor see if picture comes back, then follow the directions. If this doesn"t work, shut computer down with switch on the computer itself. Hope this helps.
I don't have that problem, my problem is that I lost my remote control, so I can't configure de channels.. I just have 4.. =S.. I can see the menu, but in the part that say start configuration, I cant activated without the control, I don't know what to do.. aNybody Knows??
Your monitor should have a light on it that indicates if it has signal, if the light stays yellow(or blinks) as the computer boots it is not getting the signal from the pc. Check the VGA cable on the back of your computer, it a big blue connecter, it has to be unscrewed and and disconnect it to verify that none of the pins are bent, plug it back in snugly and see what happens.