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Laptop powers on but display does not power up

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It needs repairs.

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try holding down power button for thirty seconds on laptop.
once you think it is off remove power lead and remove battery.
place battery back in and power cord
Try pressing power button on laptop
see if anything is displayed on screen at power up
see if operating system loads correctly
suspect laptop locked up and needing a full shutdown

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Lcd screen not working

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The display on your laptop is the interface through which you interact with and control your computer. If it is not working, your laptop will become virtually impossible to use. A laptop is a computer, and like all computers is subject to both hardware and software problems that may affect the display. Before taking your laptop in for repair or getting rid of it, you should first check the display yourself to see if it needs to be replaced.

Check the laptop's battery and power cord. If the laptop is out of power, the display will not work. This usually happens if the power cord is unplugged and you were unknowingly running your laptop on battery power. Check to make sure the power cord is plugged in and that the laptop has power. Many laptops also turn off the display if it is being powered by its battery after a period of nonuse. Touching any key will usually turn the display back on if the battery is not drained. Restart your computer. If a software program is stuck or malfunctioning, it may cause your display to stop functioning. Press and hold the "Power" button on your laptop to reboot your computer. If the problem was a malfunctioning program, the display will turn on after the computer restarts. Check the brightness level of the display. If the level is too low, the screen will appear dark. The brightness controls are usually located on two function keys, such as "F9" and "F10." Look for sun or light icons on the keys. Press the key with the larger icon to increase the brightness level. Alternatively, on some laptops hold the "Fn" key while simultaneously pressing the "Up Arrow" key to increase the screen brightness. Check the display closed switch. Many laptops have a small button that senses when the LCD screen is closed and puts the laptop in sleep or hibernation mode. If the switch gets clogged with dirt, it may get stuck in the closed position. This will result in dark display even when the lid is open. The switch is usually located near the hinges of the lid. Spray the switch with a can of compressed air to loosen the dirt so that it will resume its normal operation. Plug an external monitor into your laptop. If the problem is not software related, the external monitor will display the laptop's screen. Connect the monitor by plugging the cable into the VGA, HDMI or DVI port on the laptop. Press and hold the "Fn" key while simultaneously pressing the "F8" key. The video output will be directed to the external monitor if there is a hardware problem.

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Please remove the battery and ac power adapter. hold power on button for 1-2 minutes. Then try to power on laptop with ac power adapter without battery. check the display of laptop.
If not check the dc voltage of the ac adapter. is it the same voltage as written on the ac power adpater. if not same please try with another adapter.
If not remove the hard disk and ram. clean the fan,ram. Reinsert ram and power on with ac adapter. check the display.
Please check with external display if laptop is turned on but no display.

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Hi What precisely do you mean by VGA display, is your laptop not displaying anything on lcd screen,or its having problem giving display on an external monitor connected via a vga port.
if there is no display on the laptop LCD screen, then turn the laptop on and observe for beeps sounds and hard disk spinning sound if still no display is available plug the laptop to external monitor and again restart the laptop. if there is no display on the external screen and laptop is displaying well in LCD, Then most probably you need to press some keyboard combination on laptop keyboard eg: Fn + f4 , refer to your laptop manual also.

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1. Take out the battery
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If you have no power you may replace the power supply. The power supply is part of the power cord. If you have power and no display, are you able to hook the laptop to a monitor? That would allow you to atleast access the machine. Let me know what happens. Tim

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