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When I start up the computer it only goes to the Asus black screen and no farther. I put in the recovery disc but nothing happens. I can get into bios but not sure what to do once I get there. Help

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Remove your battery completely, plug the AC cord in and try a reboot ;)

(If you leave your battery charger plugged in on a fully charged battery it may cause a voltage issue preventing your Graphics card or other things to start.)

Posted on Dec 23, 2010

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