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I have a mac mini when i turn on my computer my screen is blank so i shut it off and then i turn it back on and the apple logo comes on the screen and then OS starts up but it takes about two minutes for the desktop to come on the screen.It seems after that the systemrun kind of slow.

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Try to flash ur bios using the Lash bios utility u can download it fom the suppor/donloads area!!

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HP touchsmart 310 Screen goes blank after turning on and stay's that way.


You best bet is to pull the hard drive and attach it to another computer. This will allow you to copy the infomation you are worried about to another sorce. Most computer retailers that offer services will have a back up service and can do this for you. The average cost in my area for a back is $100.

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Go to Apple menu > Restart and hold down your mouse button until the disk ejects.

Or you can try the firmware method...

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