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It works fine with AC adapter. Hermanus March 4, 2007 | I have a bit of a more complicated problem. Will a 3 ft work? I'm gonna reseat the memory before confirmation but if that doesn't lick it are there other areas notorious for wiggling out of place? this contact form

anything i haven't tried? 2 bad motherboards i guess wish i had the schematics to attempt troubleshooting Zack June 20, 2007 | Hi i have an ibm think pad A20m laptop. A. Last night i took the thing apart as far as i could figure out. Not entirely sure how to go about this. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/macbook-pro-screen-problems-strip-screen-then-shutdown-588409/

This makes me think it is not an issue with Windows, and instead either the way it is set up (Hardware or Drivers), or something funny with the way the TV First of all, try to reseat the memory module/modules. Is that possible? Try them.

drcainApr 2, 2013, 2:44 PM Hey Fifth,Although this thread was about different issue, reading your short description your issue can be caused by numerous causes.If you are able to see POST i took both ram chips out, swapped tried each separte, no help. I had another guy repair it a week ago. If it still doesn't work, proceed to the next step.

If you noticed any pinch marks or tears, or if the ends are badly twisted or bent, then you should try replacing the cable. I've had problems with it in the past and have sent it back for repairs (motherboard). cj2600 April 29, 2007 | Eyolf, Not sure what is causing the problem, probably you still have a loose connection somewhere inside the laptop. However, when I switch inputs, or even turn off the TV, upon returning to the laptop input everything is exactly as I left it.

I would appreciate any help! Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Review Your DVI and HDMI Cable Configuration In the case of HDMI and DVI, there are some extra considerations to keep in mind. Obtain the latest Video Card Driver The video card driver determines how the computer negotiates power saving mode with the monitor, among other things.

Checked all cables and wires for anything loose or abnormal.. You might get a gargled video output, a video with some strange characters all over the screen, or no video at all. My computer started right away without any issue. Good luck!

Question is: I don't need a 6 ft cable and would like to buy a shorter (3 ft?) cable. weblink If the BIOS screens are blurry at this point the problem, while it may have been caused initially by overheating, is no longer the direct fault of overheating. Is there any advantage to freshly ground salt? No video appears on the screen.

I'm fairly amateurish in pc building and troubleshooting, this is the 4th system I assemble from scratch and the previous three have POSTed, booted up, OS installed, and have been running cause it was broken like a week ago… and i broke it AGAIN. If one of the wires is at fault, then the display will turn on and off to coincide with your movement. http://webstrategy360.com/auto-shutdown/auto-shutdown-pc-cmd.html If that still doesn't work then try replacing the video card with another model / brand and test some more.

bonnie flaig March 4, 2007 | I borrowed my sons Dell Laptop - now I have a problem with the piece located on the back that the ac adapter plugs into. Have you tried to replace the memory module? It's possible that you can pass the POST with a defective video card.

What could all of a sudden cause it not to power up?

Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. Could the monitor be incompatible? When you plug it in to AC power the green light comes on. Connect the enclosure to any other working computer via USB cable 4.

Keep in mind if you purchase an older, used monitor, you may encounter the same problem down the road. Please help me. Eyolf April 25, 2007 | Great site! http://webstrategy360.com/auto-shutdown/auto-shutdown-windows.html I did not pull the tape from the back of the LCD screen itself where the wire connects since I did not feel comfortably with that and thought it might break

The problem is same with/without battery. now fixed. when i power the computer on, it seems to load fine except the screen does not come on. hope the problem is gone for good!

David December 28, 2006 | Some of what people have described here sounds just like what I'm dealing with on my son's NX5000. and so the reason it is not turning on is something else, which would make me an idiot. cj2600 September 30, 2006 | Hey Paul, You did a very good job troubleshooting your laptop. The laptop comes with me everywhere and I ride a bicycle or motorcycle so I imagine the laptop is repeatedly jolted, further supporting the bad connection theory.

C. Why does Cassian think the Guardians of the Whills are just causing trouble for everybody? Please Help Russell November 2, 2006 | You were spot on with that solution, brilliant. So if I could even get the HDMI handling by Windows (or the display driver) ( 1] which is doing this anyway the display driver or Windows - and 2] where