Question about Computers & Internet
Posted by Anonymous on
I'm assuming that when you turned it on, all you got was a black screen (you didn't say anything different).
First, make sure your laptop screen has been chosen as the display screen. On each laptop, there is a Fn and special function key combo that will allow you to switch between the laptop and an external monitor. Press that combination of keys several times.
Next try to boot in safe mode by restarting the computer and pressing F8 until you see the menu.
Next, connect an external monitor to the SVGA port.
If none of these is working for you, your video card has most likely quit on you.
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