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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Check the fan on your video card if it has one. If it does have one and it's not working correctly then it will overheat very quickly.
This sort of issue can be caused by a million things but your description points to the card overheating or the memory on the video card dying.
Posted on Apr 10, 2008
If the diagnostics displays on the LCD screen but you get no display when Windows starts to load, it sounds like you have a video software driver problem. Try tapping the F8 key when you power on your laptop and boot in Safe mode. If it works in safe mode then you need to check you driver. You can also try connecting the laptop to an eternal monitor and see what happens.
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Posted on Nov 09, 2008
If you connected the laptop to an external monitor via VGA and the
display, then it is not "an NVIDIA GPU defect" .
The video chipset connected to the LCD screen is the same connected to the external VGA port, and is working fine since picture is OK on monitor.
More likely the problem is either LCD ribbon cable, or LCD display, the fact that the backlight is working means that the inverter is also working.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
you may do follow steps
1) eheck memory : reseat all RAM or change other same model RAM
2) take out wireless card at back of laptop MINIPCI. try it
3) still nothing run, your otherboard hardware damaged, need to change the motherboard. the parts please reference here
hope help you something fixed, please take a rating let me know how much helped you thanks! keep in touch your question
Posted on May 22, 2009
Maybe it's a temperature related problem.Youll have to clean the Video Card and CPU heat sink (better with compressed air) :
>Disconect the computer.
>open it up
>carefully take the video card out, watch for screws and plastic lock at the AGP/PCI/PCI express slot.
>spray compressed air to clean the heatsink.
>attemp to take the cpu heatsink out too. if not possible just spray the air to the heatsink inside the computer.
>spray every slot and port with the compressed air
>reinstall vid card and CPU heatsink.
>accomodate al the cables to increase airflow
>check everything properly conected
Also I would replace the flat IDE cables with round cables to increase airflow.
If that is not helping, maybe its better to monitor your CPU, RAM and vid card temp.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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