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All in One PC Won't Boot to Windows


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#1 freebirdnflorida

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Posted 27 June 2013 - 03:46 AM

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 I came home to a black screen.  I know it was running because I could hear the fan.  I manage to get it to shut down by holding the button in, After turning it back on I could hear it but noticed the blue LED light on front was not on and it wasn't making all the bumpity sounds of booting up.  I then turned it off and checked all the cables and connections.  Turned it on and viola got the blue light and windows logo for about 5 seconds then a cursor in the top left corner flashed a few times and back to a black screen,  Still no sound of booting just the fan I'm assuming.  Turned it off and back on.  No blue light and black screen but I still hear the fan at least and feel the vibration of it running.  I did open up the back and took the memory out to blow out the dust but still nothing.  I also made a boot disk with another computer and heard the cd trying to read it when turned on in the problem computer but same results. Any Ideas?  Have  no error codes to give.  Only a black screen.  Blue LED light on front still not on but the cd light is on and I can open the cd..  Really need your help.  Don't want to call the Geek Squad. Thanks  

 



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Posted 27 June 2013 - 11:31 AM

System manufacturer and model?

 

Did you consult the system manufacturer's support page for that system?

 

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Posted 27 June 2013 - 07:55 PM

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 I came home to a black screen.  I know it was running because I could hear the fan.  I manage to get it to shut down by holding the button in, After turning it back on I could hear it but noticed the blue LED light on front was not on and it wasn't making all the bumpity sounds of booting up.  I then turned it off and checked all the cables and connections.  Turned it on and viola got the blue light and windows logo for about 5 seconds then a cursor in the top left corner flashed a few times and back to a black screen,  Still no sound of booting just the fan I'm assuming.  Turned it off and back on.  No blue light and black screen but I still hear the fan at least and feel the vibration of it running.  I did open up the back and took the memory out to blow out the dust but still nothing.  I also made a boot disk with another computer and heard the cd trying to read it when turned on in the problem computer but same results. Any Ideas?  Have  no error codes to give.  Only a black screen.  Blue LED light on front still not on but the cd light is on and I can open the cd..  Really need your help.  Don't want to call the Geek Squad. Thanks  


Does that computer have a video out port that you could use to try an external monitor? If so, then I would try it with an external monitor. This could help determine is there something wrong with the built in screen.




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