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No display power on after one miniute it is shutdown

My laptop is powered on but with in 1 minute it is shutting down i apply heat paste also external vga also not workig

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1)have you cleaned RAM slots if not clean them and try or else
2)Try to start in safe mode if problem persists
3)open BIOS during boot and check temperature of CPU and tell me details
4)also send me your hardware configuration and how this problem started

Posted on Jun 10, 2015

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