Laptop Error, Blank Screen After Being Turn on

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There is something weird about my laptop.

Everytime I use it, shut it down then I turn it on again, nothing appeared. The lamp power is on, but the screen stay black. It take about ten minutes after being shut down then it will appear normally if I turn it on again. Anybody know what's wrong with my laptop?

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Answered By 20 points N/A #93610

Laptop Error, Blank Screen After Being Turn on

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The error you mentioned in your question occurs because of many problems. The may be an Operating System problem, any other software, Antivirus or Malware problem. So first of all you try to boot it from any bootable device. If it is working then ok, if not then proceeds forward.

Try to check hardware problems before changing Operating System because changing of Operating System may cause harm you most by losing your precious data which is on c: HDD.

Open your Laptop back cover and clean it by Air blower, try to put off all wires and readjust them again specially pull out RAM, clear its slot and put it in again. Try toStart System again. If it is working then ok, if not then proceeds forward.

The last option reinstall your Operating System, it will be OK now.

Answered By 0 points N/A #93611

Laptop Error, Blank Screen After Being Turn on

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Hi Eharper,

 

Seems it has something to do with excessive charge in the components of the laptop. The screen uses more power than anything else and in this situation, the failsafe of the system is to stop the current to go to the other parts of the laptop.  

1. Shut down the system then unplug it.

2. Take the Battery out and press ON button for 30 seconds. This will release any excess charge that was built up in the machine.

3. Put the Power back in and turn On.

That's it! You can also then of course replace the battery if the above process fails.

 

Hope this helps.

 

 

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