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Black blank screen with powerless keyboard


i,ve got a problem solving a black blank screen on my window desktop plus
keyboard refuse to lit on - there's no error message displayed and the fans worked well.
after many attempt trying result is still the same.

i,m not giving up, but i need help from someone to get it done.

anyone -
appreciate your concern


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Plz try by resitting the ram and check the is any one of the pins are check your keyboard in another pc if it is not working there then you have to get a new one

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