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Laptop screen turn blank

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last time when i boot into windows, suddenly the screen got distort, when i press ctrl +alt+del it turn into blue screen.switch it off and on again, the screen turn to blank. it is the second time where first the remedy is differ where while playing the movie, i just flip the screen without stop the movie as to make it in standby mood.i have to dismantle the batt and harddisk a few time to make turn back to normalbut this time it seems like it wont work anymore. i`m using v3000 series with amd turion x2 processor.

help......

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  • zulualfa Apr 11, 2008

    please.... anybody out there help...

    as far as i know, motherboard price will cost me nearly half of the laptop new price .so i cant take a gamble on it.

    please...help...

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Are you using the nVidia GeForce GO 6150 video card? If this is the case, and I'm pretty sure it is, the NV driver is not being recognized and the system is starting in VESA.
On the nVida, HSYNC/VSYNC frequencies need to be specified, after that the MIXIMUM resolution of 1280x800 should work for you.

Posted on Apr 24, 2008

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