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Have you tried plugging in an external monitor to see if the bios comes up and boots normally? It could be an overheating problem, a video driver or bios related problem or just a faulty screen. Plugging in a friends monitor would narrow the problem down for you as if the graphics card works on the monitor then you know it's more likely the screen.
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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