- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
If you plug the VGA external lead in before powering the laptop up. If nothing on the screen and because the fan is running hard, there may be a GPU issue caused by over heating. The GPU may need the solder removing and leaded solder replaced to get it to work again. A specialist job!
Well, i cant tell you what is actually wrong with your tv but, i can tell you how to fix it. You see my tv does this a lot. Here are some ways that might help you: 1. have you tried leaving the tv off a whole day? 2. did you buy a new one yet?...I'm sure that there are a lot of other ways to solve it but, i could only think of two. I hope that i have helped you with your problem. Have a nice day fixing your tv.
hmmm... i had a simmiliar problem wt my laptop...not sure about this but in my case it was a motherboard issue... my motherboard got fried.... this is an extreme case... it could also just be a fault wt ur RAM...your laptop isnt able to start booting...
Hi there. The laptop is suffering from major issues with the bios. Seeing as the laptop is only 6 months old i would recommend that you take advantage of the manufacturers warranty, providing the fault is not user fault (by what you explain its hardware) they will fix the issue or replace the laptop at no cost to yourself. Standard warranty is 12 months. I don't want to tell you to start messing about with it as doing so will void the warranty. While you are still able to use it back up all of your data before you send it in.
Im sorry to have to te3ll you but when the power went out it sent a surge to the external monitor . This blew the monitor which in turn blew your video display.
This is a not so uncommon problem with laptop displays. They are very fragile. Especially when it comes to power urges.
The only way you can fix this is to replace the monitor. Even this may not fix the problem. It could be any one of a few thousand parts inside your laptop.
Best advice would be to let your local repair shop do the repair.
Hope this has helped. If it has please accept this answer.
Thank you; HELP2DIY