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I can turn on my laptop and it will begin booting up. I can see it. When I enter my log in and password and press enter the screen will flash and go black. I can hear it processing but no display is there. I plugged in to another monitor and when it gets to the login I can see the display on that screen just not mine. HELP!

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Try pressing and holding the fn key while pressing F4 to switch between display modes (it might F5 instead) Wait a few seconds after pressing F4 before pressing it againt to give it a chance to switch. It sounds like you have it set to use and external monitor and you need to toggle back to the built in LCD.

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I think u should try this to see where the prob is from.restart yr system keep presing f8 on yr keyborad to an extend yu will see an advanced startup option then chose the one with vga boot or something then wait n see if it boots normal.
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Ok this sounds easy when you were putting in your password in system registry bootup you hit the switch screen to use display video back paralel remove the password and reset the boot process parameters back to default this should relieve your problems
im here if you have any other questions about motherboard bootup
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