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Re: my screen has gone black
Try to reseat the vga cable of the monitor,reseat at the back of the computer and on the monitor,if the cable is disconnected,make sure that you can see the power on self test with different colors in it,if you cant see it then your monitor went bad,try to connect another monitor to your computer,see what will happen,try using other cables as well
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Did you switch to Tv (shutter mode) and took pictures for several seconds? like in the dark? Because saving the picture can take as long as the shutter time was.
Before panic. (Actually you never should panic) check your camera in automatic mode. And make sure you did not select any power save action, that puts your display on dark while shooting.
But always be sure your battery is charged and check its capacity. In the menu yo can check under the wrench symbol, when you select Battery info. Page 268 of the manual.
Working with a bad battery can damage the camera in the end.
Do you see any lights on the laptop that are on? If you see any lights and only a black screen, then more than likely your video chip on the motherboard has gone out. Some local shops might be able to replace the motherboard it might be cheaper than buying a new laptop. Good luck
alastairhaig, Is unit 4 years old? Could be problem with units switch-mode-power-supply if same thing occurs when connected to fully functioning different pc that has all screen saver and power save features disabled. After screen goes "black" do you still see the WIN-desktop screen and icon's if you hold a bright flashlight at different angles about 1 inch from the screen? SEE = power supply in "partial shutdown" mode. NO SEE = smps in "full shutdown" mode. Do some reading in my fixya profile about "black screen of death" repairs. also read FIXYA profiles of "budmrtn" "buddymc" and other fine profiles of technicians here on fixya. You will truly be amazed when you visit YOUTUBE for video clips of owners/technicians who save their cold cathode fluorescent lamp, back-lit lcd monitors from the "trash-heap"!!! After you do your research please return here and rate this response and possibly do additional comment. 12fixlouie
magazine991, Use your warranty first! It's free! The internal "switch-mode-power-supply" has gone into partial shutdown mode. If you couldn't see the faint image on the screen using flashlight 1 inch from screen then it would be in FULL shutdown mode. You must have very good vision!!! Now all you need to do is get into my fixya profile and read, read, read!! Your monitor's basic design and operating principles are NO DIFFERENT than any other brand of CCFL back-lit LCD unit! Find out all your options on what you can do with your now BLACK but not BLANK monitor. Do not rate this response till you want to break this link. Do make a comment for more info if you still don't know what to do. I'm 12fixlouie Bye for now
Hello sir; The ricoh copier have toner save mode if youwant print whole page in black, then you have go to SP mode group 2 looking for "enforce toner adding" you have to executive for couple times otherwise you have not enough toner tocover whole page, enter SP mode you press "clear mode", "107", and then pree and hold "clear/stop" key until SP mode display, then touch SP mode on screen, touch group 2 looking for what you want.