I was doing my homework(college essay) and walked the laptop over to the printer. I pkugged the USB cord for printer in and laptop froze up. Then I unplugged the USB cord from Laptop and screen went blank. I tried plugging a big monitor in to it just to get my papers off and saved on a jump drive (of course I forgot to do this prior) and big computer screen was black also.
The model of the computer is everex step note NC1510
model number is VA250E
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Re: Black Screen On Laptopm
most probably your problem should have been from the USB port.But how.?If you notice USB port have 4 pins inside and this pin is cover by like frame or box (this is a ground signal).I've seen such a case that when one of pin got touch the frame inside...that mean your voltage is leaking to ground.This mean if switch on nothing will happen...voltage leak to the gorund.What you have to do is...
1.look at that port nicely,try to notice properly
2.use something or maybe plug the USB cord...push it up-down slowly..(tyring atleast it can come back)
3.Try to test by turning it on
Hope this information help you...
Bye,goodluck and takecare
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Did you try disconnecting all USB connections from the laptop?
The "HUB exceeded limit" error message is telling you that you have too many things using too much power on your USB connections.
Please disconnect all USB connection, disconnect the power cord, and remove the laptop battery. Next press and hold the power button down for 30 seconds to drain away any residual electrical charge from your system
Install the battery and plug in the power cord again -- do NOT plug in any USB connections at this time.
Try to boot the laptop as normal. If the laptop does not boot as normal now, then you will need to take the laptop in for service.
If it does boot normally, only plug-in the USB adapters that you currently need -- one or two at a time in order to prevent future overloads.
If you absolutely need all of the USB devices plugged-in at the same time, then I suggest that you buy an powered USB HUB to plug all devices in to.
You may need to reload windows on the hard drive. However try this first: reboot the system. Tap F8 to get to the system menu. Go to Safe mode and see if windows will load from there. If it does- try System restore to a point before the looping issue started. If it still loops, tap F12 at the Dell screen, and select the image to restore the system (reload to factory default). If you do not have that option, you will need the install media that came with your Laptop to reinstall the operating system entirely. If you do not have the drivers disk for your system- you will need to go to Support.Dell.com, enter in the service tag of your system, and download the drivers for your system.
Good luck! Also, as a reminder: Use your burner or an external hard-drive to backup your college work. Nothing makes you hate life more than having to retype a 20page paper from your edited rough draft and outline due to a system crash or virus! (personal experience. History paper.)
When I opened my laptop this morning my computer won't come on. The screen is totally black. I took out the battery and put it back in ---- still nothing. I plugged it in with the power cord --- nothing! What is wrong with my HP Compaq Presario CQ60?
first connect it to the power then press the power botten continusly till it is shutdown. After that press the power botten again to start it then press F8 key. go to boot with last known good configaretion. if this doesn't work then you definite ly requir the os cd to repair the os.
If you cannot connect your camera with a USB cable to the laptop, then there is another method.
Purchase a USB memory card reader, remove the memory card from the camera and insert it into the memory card reader and connect it to the USB port on the laptop. The laptop will see this as an external memory device, open this memory device and copy the picture files to the laptop. You can now transfer these picture to your picture book.
It depends of your study, If you are studyinggraphic design then you should care about the vga, specially the dedicated ram in it, else if you are studying programming "computer science..ets" you only care about the speed.