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Can't start computer (Resolved).

Win 7

Best Answer brycrip , 06 July 2017 - 01:30 PM

Well no, I’m not sure the problem with the OS has been fixed. But I have got to my desk top the last few times I booted up. The boot order priority still indicates USB CD as the primary boot... Go to the full post »


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Nope. Screen just went black. Had to press the power switch to get to the screen that says: Window has experienced an unexpected shut down.

 


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If it had been the television, i would say someone kicked the plug outta the wall. :)


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Screen just went black. Had to press the power switch to get to the screen that says: Window has experienced an unexpected shut down.

 

 

If the screen went black but the computer remained powered up, 1: could be driver related as in the display driver. 2: could be a problem with the screen itself (this includes the motherboards video port to the screen itself.

 

NB: Having trouble starting the notebook again is not a good sign btw  :(


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Well it's up and running after I reset the Default in the Bios a couple of days ago. Let's let it go for now and we'll see if the problem reoccurs. I'll let you know...

Bry 


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K, if not done already, make sure to back up anything important asap.


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Yeah thanks, already done. Been down that road before :)

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:thumbsup:

 

Keep us posted.


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