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all of a sudden the screen on my laptop
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Can you give me some more information?

What were you doing at the time?

Did the computer beep at all?

WHat happens when you shut it off and restart the laptop?
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just desktop was up, no beep,after restart screen flickered for a split second
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Hello,

Does the screen go black right as you boot it up? Do you see the brand logo or win XP logo?
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once the screen logo came and then went black you heard xp start but still black.i have kids it looks like the monitor semm is a little open at the bottom the screw is stripped no one is owning up to dropping it it has to be takenapart and looked at do know where i could go i have to avoid dell they sent me this laptop by mistake then forgot about it what would you do?
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You could call dell, have them send out a tech person if its still under warranty, but from what you described, I assume that it is not.

The next best thing would be to call computer shops around town and see if they do laptop repairs. Let them look at it and see what is going on.
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hi thanks for caring i just hatr going to shops they easily can rip you off keep in touch bye
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