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Hi sir i have a problem with my laptop it does not boot fan and disk laser work properly but there is nothing its black screen plz help

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First thing to do is connect the laptop to an external monitor, see if it boots up. If it does then there is an issue with your LCD display. If not then it should at least give you an error or more information.

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