Question about Balance CN6555 Notebook
If you have a Windows operating system installed, try booting in safe mode. You do this by pressing the 'F8' key after the BIOS messages but before the Windows logo appears. (You can press it several times during the boot procedure.) Then you select 'Safe Mode' from the list. If you can see the screen there is probably just a video setting that needs to be changed.
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
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