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When this happened was the laptop overly hot? If the laptop's head got too high it could have shutdown to protect itself. It wouldn't boot until the heat had disparate. Sit you laptop aside for about 30 minutes and see if it will boot then. If it does you might want to check out a cool mat.
If all diagnostic lights are on, then that means that it has something with the software of your computer. The update has affected some of the programs inside your computer thus it's booting up fine.
I suggest that you access safe mode and do a system restore from there. If you don't know how to access safe mode, then follow these:
1. Turn off your computer. 2. turn it on and keep tapping F8 until you see the options. You should see safe mode. 3. Use the arrow keys to select safe mode, then press enter. 4. Your computer should boot up to safe mode. 5. Access the system restore. You can find it in accessories, system tools, system restore. or you can search. 6. restore your computer to the known good date where your computer was still working fine. 7. After completing the on screen procedures, let your computer restart by itself (it may take minutes or more). It will restart and it should boot to the normal windows.
I'm not understanding what it is you are trying to say,it sounds like you are trying to describe two problems.
Projector won't flash? Are you saying nothing displays on the Screen?
And what just shows blue blink on it's power button the computer?
Blinks and Beeps tell the technician what is wrong with your system. Notice how many times it blinks and where the blinks are long or short. There is a pattern to to blinks for example (3 short blinks or 1 long blink followed by 2 short blinks).
I'm going to assume your system has a memory chip problem and when you press the power button it just blinks and nothing ever happens, not posting on the lcd screen at all.
Remove the Power Cord, Remove the Battery, Turn the laptop over and Remove the screw that secures the Memory Cover and remove one of thememory chips. Set the chip aside then try rebooting the computer. If it boots, then you know the memory chip you set aside is bad so mark an x onit with an ink pen. If it fails to boot then move the chip to the nextmemory slot and try rebooting. If it fails take the chip out and set itaside, then put the other chip in and try booting it in both slots. If itboots, just to verify that the chip set aside is bad, mark an x on it and putit into the open memory chip slot and try booting.
When you mention boots, Is the computer able to POST a message to the screen or do you mean switching the computer on and there nothing POST to the screen. If your computer is able to post and then you get a black screen after that with possibly a flashing underscore symbol, then you are missing a O.s or your harddrive is currupted. If nothing is POST to the screen once the computer is turned on, then there could be couple of culprit that is causing this defect to RAM memory error, VGA, CPU, or the Motherboard itself..... The only way to test what is actually wrong is to have other hardware compatiable to test the computer itself.... would reccommend you taking it in to a computer shop since they have diagnositc tools, unless you have other computer hardware to test this with.
The drive you installed is formatted (wiped clean). It has no operating system to boot from... tthat's the NTLDR error.Power off the machine with the Win98 CD in the CD drive. Power up the machine and while the machine is POSTing (starting up showing you what's in it) watch for something saying to hit any key to boot from CD and at that point press any key . The machine should then boot from the Win98 CD and start the install
if nothing else is affected and everything runs fine after this then i would be careful on what you install because this could become a serious issue this happens because the computer notices an error on startup then either fixes itself or ignores the problem write back if the problem worsens
Turn it on, then wait, u will hear the computer turning itself on and off, but nothing is showing on the screen. so make it turn on and off, 3 time.( such as hearing the computer turned off, so that one,THEN IT TURNS ITSELF ON AGAIN, next time it turns off, that count as 2, and so on). on the third shut off then u press and hold the off button, to force it to shut down, then wait. about 5-10min., or less then 5. after then u turn the computer on.it should be on by now. if not try it again. if it happens again try one more time, if it happens again. then there something really wrong with your computer.
u unplugged everything and it booted up finely.
its mean that there is something wrong with the drviers.
check it one by one. just plug hard driver first and let is boot. if its still behaving the same as after plugging all then the problem is caused by the hard drive.
plug your phone to the pc your phone should then boot up with the usb connection menu then select 'Phone Mode' and your phone should logon as normal. you will then receive a message saying phone in connection with pc or something. good luck!