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BLANK SCREEN THE POWER IS ON, THE BATTERIES ARE FULL, NO LIGHTS ON THE SCREEN, JUST BLACK. ANY SUGGESTIONS? THANKS CINDY

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Try updating:
driver for graphic card,
BIOS.


Or, for now, just put him on standbuy, than resume it, i think that solves problem for some times

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