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Black screen After plugging in my iPod to update it, the screen on my computer was covered with lines. I held the power button to turn it off and then restarted it. It logged back in completely normally but once everything was load it would not react to the touchpad or the keyboard. I restarted it again and the same thing happened. then I restarted it again and it did not log in as normal but rather nothing came up on the screen. The power light is on and the fan is going but just nothing is on the screen. I restarted it a couple more times, removed and put back in the battery but it always stays in the same state now.

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You need to re install windows and when installed if not the original disk that came with pc possibly have to install certain drivers also.sounds like generic drivers for vga were installed and not compatable for ipod,ipod seen as new drive with unknown drivers causing conflict

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