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swaps4

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Ok so i have had this laptop for over 1year and its broke and i cant get a refund etc. Basicaly when I turn it on the buttons etc light up but the screen doesnt turn on, i havn't dropped it,smacked it and so on so here are the spec's etc.

Operating system: Microsoft windows xp home edition.
Processor: AMD Sempron 3200+, 1.6ghz,512kb l2 cache, Hypertransport technolgy @ up to 1600 mhz
Screen: 14.1"widescreen ultrabright WXGA TFT
Memory: 512mb ram ddr2
Video: NVIDIA GeForce Go 6100
Hard Drive: 40gb, 4200 rpm
Optical drive: Multi-format double layer dvd+rw drive
Media Reader: 4-in-1 Secure digital (SD), Memory stick,Memory stick pro, multimedia card
Network/Modem: Integrated 802.11g wireless (up to 54mbps) 10/100mbps built-in ethernet 56k itu v.92 ready fax/modem
Ports: 3usb, 1vga, 1 mic, 1 headphone

So yea any ideas etc please post :)
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most laptops have a connector for a external monitor...try hooking one up to that port and see if anything comes on the screen...
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most laptops have a connector for a external monitor...try hooking one up to that port and see if anything comes on the screen...

nope nothing worked :)
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if you can't even boot into safe mode and see anything on the screen you will have to take it to a shop...its a hardware problem...
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