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either your screen is unplugged, graphics adapter is broken or your ram is dead, try taking out the ram one stick at a time to see if it boots, does your system post, if it does you may be able to run memtest86 from a bootable drive. if your computer is still under warranty call the manufacturer
Hi, maybe you can take a try of this rescue program called BootSuite. I came across similar blue screen situaiton on my HP laptop (win 7) and it helped me get rid of it and rescued my data back. It is an awesome toolkit that includes a boot CD and several other data rescue tools that help get your PC going even if Windows won't start or computer won't boot up at all. Good luck.
If it's booting to the blue screen, it definitely sounds like a bad RAM chip. Try taking out one of the RAM chips inside of your computer, then turn the computer back on. If you still see the blue screen, put the RAM chip back in and take out the other one.
So many computer face this blue screen fetal errors on windows.
error comes usually when there is problem in software or driver
compatibility issue with hardware or operating system. Also this
error comes when there is bed indexing unit in hard drive. You can
solve this errors with following 2 methods. (1)When you power up the
computer press F8 key then enter in safe mode. Then if you are able
to enter in safe mode then uninstall driver or software which you
installed recently and face this error. (2)If you are not able to
enter in safe mode Then you need to fix error on hard drive.For that you
need windows disk or recovery disk. Boot your computer with that
disk For that when you power up the computer press F1 or F2 "del" key
to enter in bios. Then go to boot menu and set first boot device as
your cd or dvd rom. Then save settings and exit bios. Insert
windows disk in cd /dvd rom. Then it boot with that disk.Then you get
this message "Press any key to boot from cd.." Then press any key. Then
follow the procedure then enter in recovery console mode then type in
prompt "chkdsk /r" Then type "y" Then it fix error on hard drive. Then
check if again you are not able to enter in windows then boot again and
this time choose "R" option for repair previous windows " then it
repairs old windows then it loads again old windows. Thanks for using
Now when you say blue power light, what are the rest of the lights doing, does the hard drive light flash, does the fans turn on, does the hard drive make it's spinning noise, if so you may just have a bad LCD inverter which is very common and about a 40$ part. you can test this by trying to hook the laptop up to an external monitor and see what happens.
you have the "blue screen of death" i had this same problem and the easiest way to fix it is to take the hard drive out and put it into another computer back up all files you want to keep on it have a boot disk for the right windows operating system on it use the boot disk with it once it is back in the right computer and then put all the files you saved back on it. the blue screen of death occurs when there is a registry error on your computer. if the blue screen of death appears again then you need a new computer.
Open the computer, and you will see near the bottom right corner a blue jumper on 2 of 3 pins. The pins are J9J4 and the jumper should be on pins 1 and 2.
Turn off the computer and the power supply, remove the little round battery from the motherboard, move the blue jumper to pins 2 and 3 and wait 40 seconds. Reinstall the battery, and then move the blue jumper back to pins 1 and 2.
Turn on the power supply, restart the computer and the BIOS settup utility should appear