Packard Bell Easynote R4622. Turns itself off. When rebooted, black screen with options to start windows normally or go back to previous configuration. No matter what option is chosen, does not start up again, just reboots and goes back to black screen. Initally thought maybe a battery problem as when plugged in using the ac adapter, was just a red light. My parents have just changed this and plugged in elsewhere and now have green lights, yet same thing happening. Any ideas?? Many thanks
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Some how your BIOS got turned around, turn your computer off and back on, when your screen pops up for setup press the appropriate F-Key to setup. At the bottom of your screen you will have choices, Enter Default Settings and Exit. Reboot the computer and that should do it for ya. If It don't, Install a new copy of Windows, it knows your drive is there and it needs a new System Disk to read. Good Luck.
You may not need to replace the screen. All LCD screens, including the big TVs, need something called an "inverter" in order to light up. Usually, they start to go bad with intermittent "blue" screen, then a functioning screen, until finally you have just a blue screen. The inverters are relatively easy and inexpensive to replace, as opposed to the whole screen. Call HP support--they wil tell you how to determine whether this is the problem. Just be sure you don't throw the baby out with the bathwater.