Question about Computers & Internet
When you say "every other thing works normally," do you mean that it continues typing if you attempt to type, that you can open programs, continue listening to music, etc?
First it could be that your monitor simply turned itself off to save battery/energy. Moving your finger on the trackpad or hitting the space bar will likely wake it up.
Second, your battery may have died. Plug it in and try turning it on again and see if it turns on for you.
Last, your monitor may be shorting out from the motherboard. For that I would suggest taking it to a technician to have it looked at and possibly repaired.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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