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Weird Display problem on Packard Bell EASYNOTE_GN45-010  notebook

Posted on 2007-03-29
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Hi experts i am currently working om an packard bell EASYNOTE_GN45-010  notebook.
here is my problem
notebook starts up displays post screen, boots to windows xp
Xp boots up screen appears with progress bar running.Then everything dissappears.After this point i can hear the xp logon sound but there is nothing on the display.
Here is what i tried.
Safe mode
last known good config
enable vga mode
used external crt monitor, the same results here.
checked in the bios for a setting, found nothing
searched google, nothing
 tried the fn button together with the f3 button

any help will be greatly apreciated.
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by:Mark
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You said you were in the bios, did it cut out while you were in there?  
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You should try a live cd like knoppix and see if the same happens.
If it does it may be a heat related issue or motherboard failure as the graphics are integrated on the motherboard.
Try cleaning the air vents with canned air.

http://www.knopper.net/knoppix/index-en.html
There is the possibility that corruption of files has taken place on the hard drive




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no it works fine until the xp boot screen appears
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by:raiden69
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thx sparkmaker i tried the the knoppix cd,but even if its says in the bios to boot from the cd rom first,it still goes through and boots to xp.I think the cd rom might be busted as well.it really baffles me as the machine still looks brand new.
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Try removing the hard drive then start from the knoppix.
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by:nobus
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if it was running fine recently, you can also try a system restore to a previous date.
or try updating the video driver
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