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My laptop boots up and then seems to go into standby mode with a black screen. Can't go any further. I did manage to do a system scan and it came up with an error code of #1 07.

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  • alanwhite66 Jun 30, 2008

    I already tried that and I still get the same black screen.

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Plz try to boot in safe mode

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