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Black screen of death? Not even a windows logo screen, nothin.


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valgalvez

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I'm not sure if this is the correct forum to post this in..But I am currently at work, having trouble with a macbook pro running Windows xp, it even boots in window, so there is no access to the mac part of it. It is normally connected to a ultrasound unit, but I currently dont think that is the problem since even when it is not connected to it it will not boot. Basically I turn it off manually and try to turn it on manually and nothing. The little light turns on in front of it on the button to open it, but the apple on the top is not lit. it feels like something is on inside but absolutely nothing comes on the screen.

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Did you install something in the last session? It should boot up after a little while.
If that doesn't work, try booting up in safe mode (F8 in BIOS) and removing the program you installed.
If you have any graphic drivers installed, try removing those too.

Best of luck.
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