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there are a few ways to screen shot but i use CTRL bottom left and PRT SC upper right of keyboard( hold down ctrl and click prt sc "print screen" ). then i open windows paint and go to top left and paste the image there
It could be loose cables under the keyboard or invisible damage to the screen itself or possible chips on the motherboard. Try connecting to an external monitor and if you get video, you will know that the motherboard is ok but your laptop screen needs replacing and/or work.
Yes. You should first disassemble the screen and look for the part number on the back side of the LCD. You must take great care not to damage the LCD bezel. Some of the screws may be covered by rubber bumpers. Then you can order one from EBay. Replacement isn't hard.
This sounds like a hard drive failure. You can press f8 to enter safe mode with networking during post. If it boots to windows,then go online & download the video driver from nvidia,install it & reboot. If that doesn't work,try re-formatting. If it won't do that then try a new hard drive. I have the software needed to test the hard drive,but it's for commercial use only. This is the back yard method.
definatley the display close power switch, located under switch/speaker panel.im not sure if the hinge activates it or not. looked into mine and found part# tag interfering w/ power switch board, cleaned it up, working good now. discovered this by gently pulling top left and pushing lower right of display, it would flicker.thaught it was closed probably a result of closing it with right side after every shut down.im trying to close only from middle..i also try never to pick it up from one corner, plastic is very bendy and screw comes loose.two hands always, specialy where rom is.i think your monitor thinks its closed. while black hold it under bright light and you can see enough to navigate.tried svid, used it for safemode driver check, took several hours before i got to hinge. i hope this is your troubles as they cost nothing to repair.my warrenty left 22 days ago.i was sweating.hope this helps. joe
From the Symptom you described, it seems like the thin video cable's connector is loose and is barely connected to the video adapter on the motherboard. You won't be able to tell until you remove the Keyboard and/or the Palmrest to check it. Also, there is a slim possibility that the Laptop has knocked something loose and is going into sleep mode. Normally, a Laptop user can configure it to go into Sleep mode or 'Hibernate'. These settings can be found in the Control Panel under 'Power Settings'. http://www.Computer-Repair-Today.com