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When i turn on my computer it does not turn on my monitor or boot up my harddrive

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Have you moved or bumped it recently? If so the RAM could have come unseated...ie needs to be taken out and put in again.

Check these things (some obvious but you never know :) ) ---

1.Power cord is it connected both ends?
2. switch - not just the button in the front but the switch on the back
3. It could be that the power supply went out

Do you see anything? Hear anything? And signs of life at all? The above things would be the most likely places to start checking

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( Dell xps m1530 laptop ) Monitor blank, powers up but screen won't come on.


It ISN'T the LCD screen. Since you diagnosed with an external VGA monitor, you now know the problem is the laptop.

(When you connect an external VGA monitor to a laptop, you are bypassing the Video Cable, and LCD screen. You are connected directly to the laptop )

The basic Windows files aren't being found. The boot files. This may mean a bad Harddrive.

Do you have the Restoration CD Disk? Laptop on insert it into the optical drive tray, close the tray.
When asked choose - Repair. (Non-Destructive Installation)

If a checkdisk is done, you have bad sectors on the harddrive.
There IS a special procedure in replacing a harddrive.

[ More information on Harddrives,

http://computer.howstuffworks.com/hard-disk.htm ]

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Screen does not turn on but green light is on.


Green light indicates the monitor is getting power. Nothing coming up on the screen indicates, No Signal.

No signal from the computer. This means the computer itself isn't working.

A bad power supply in the computer can cause this. A bad power supply is the leading cause of desktop computer failure. It is replaceable, and can be done by the owner relatively easy.

You may have a computer tower that the Power light comes on, you hear fan/s spinning, (Including the Power Supply fan), and it sounds like the harddrive is running.

ALL the lights in your computer use less than 1 Watt.
EACH fan uses 2 to 3 Watts.
A harddrive sitting there spinning in an endless loop, consumes about 2 to 3 Watts.

A Processor uses 51 to 125 Watts. Depends on what Processor it is.

A weak Power Supply will have enough power for lights, fans, and that harddrive sitting there spinning.
It won't have enough power to turn on the Processor.

[No processor operating, then the harddrive sits there spinning in an endless loop, because there is no processor to find the boot sector]

For a test, connect your monitor to a know good computer. See if it works.
Now connect that other monitor to your computer.

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Hi,

White screens are caused by one of two things, either we have a bad power supply or a blown fuse on the lcd panel. To check the power supply section you can go to the site: www.ccl-la.com/badcaps.htm U can see pictures of what to look for. If you see any that look like the parts in the pictures replace them.

I hope this has been helpful

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When I turn on my computer it begins the boot then goes black


Try booting into safe mode. That will disable all drivers and use generic windows drivers to send commands to the devices. If that still doesnt work, id say that there is a problem with your OS installation. Backup your files using an external harddrive enclosure and reinstall the OS.

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Monitor works during boot-up but not in Windows


Did you install the ATI catalyst software?  You will have to check a box that says active monitor on your graphics console for the appropriate monitors.
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1.) Check thge ide cable connecting to your harddruve in the computer
2.) Check the power cable connecting to the harddrive as well
3.) if those fail then your harddrive is crased and you will need to get a new one.. then reinstall your software

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Computer won't boot


ok, try another monitor now.

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