Everytime i turn on my UX280P it shows a white screen and it
never leaves I cannot see anything at all.It does not show Windows loading or anything, I cant even hold F2 to see the system bios. What is causing this and
how can i get rid of it.
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I think it would be better to isolate the problem if its software or hardware. Most likely the lines on the screen are cause either by faulty LCD, loosed cable from the LCD to Video Card or Bad Video Card. Try loading to BIOS and see if its having lines inside it, If yes means its already hardware problem. There is a Loosed, Bad connection or Faulty hardware inside the machine.
Try letting it boot, and look for restore from your start menu. Some makers put it there, others, when you try to access the D:\ drive, it invokes program to ask the user questions on restore....
Do be aware that you need Windows and all other programs' access codes, after a reload. Another option is to create a new user, give that user admininstrator rights, and delete any unneeded users. Also on the boot up, watch the screen carefully, each system tells you how to access the bios, did you try delete? All of the keys you mentioned, try without alt, not sure that works at that boot stage.
You need to contact the seller. If the laptop was not stolen, the seller will give you that information. If not, return it to the seller for a refund.
There are a lot of stolen items auctioned through ebay and others. Legitimate sellers will help you.
I do agree this is problem
but on doing repairs long ago
i have had simular problem
there is a fine cable that connects
screen to base of your pc /ext laptop
there is posible break in wire
sorry cant help more
> The display of a sudden gave up....I recall that there is some kind of short cut to enable an external monitor. Dunno about a shortcut but often the VGA port has to be enabled in the BIOS which you may not be able to see right now but the control of the display is primitive under Win starts doing it's *magic* so text may still be visible. I'd try entering the BIOS menu and snoop around.