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Windows 7: win7 boot manager

29 Oct 2014   #11
umairarif

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ok this worked its turning on back now but screen is still black and i dont hear the windows booting sound so i think its stuck on booting screen may be. but of course cant see any thing. btw its hp dv7.


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29 Oct 2014   #12
gregrocker

 

If you get no signal at all to the monitor but you hear the fans running then the problem can be the mobo, display adapter or monitor. Try plugging in an external monitor to see if anything shows up. If so then this points to the monitor which sometimes comes unplugged or needs to be replaced. You can disassemble it following a video available online for your model, to check the connection by monitor cable. However this involves some risk so you may want to take it to a shop.
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29 Oct 2014   #13
umairarif

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yes I connected it to external monitor via hdmi and it works fine, the screen on laptop is lit up but its so light and hardly readable.
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29 Oct 2014   #14
saturn

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No, I did not intentionally intrude on the thread. I wanted to ask a question. I am legally disable and the computer configuration was forced on me. This is my second Asus G75VX and I purchased a Samsung Chronos i7 before that. I returned two computers back to BestBuy before I kept this one because of the same configuration. There is actually no operating system installed on the hard drive on my notebook. All the operating systems are installed on network volumes.
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29 Oct 2014   #15
umairarif

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you should open a new thread mate
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29 Oct 2014   #16
gregrocker

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by umairarif View Post
yes I connected it to external monitor via hdmi and it works fine, the screen on laptop is lit up but its so light and hardly readable.
Can you adjust the brightness using the F (Function) key which shows an Up arrow and little Sun icon or which otherwise indicates it is to adjust brightness?

If not browse to Control Panel>Power options using monitor, adjust screen brightness under your Power plan selected, which should ideally be Balanced, with sleep also set at 30 and Hibernate ideally at 60.
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29 Oct 2014   #17
saturn

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I thought this thread was about Windows Boot Manager? My notebook uses Windows Boot Manager.
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29 Oct 2014   #18
gregrocker

 

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29 Oct 2014   #19
umairarif

windows 7 home premium 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by umairarif View Post
yes I connected it to external monitor via hdmi and it works fine, the screen on laptop is lit up but its so light and hardly readable.
Can you adjust the brightness using the F (Function) key which shows an Up arrow and little Sun icon or which otherwise indicates it is to adjust brightness?

If not browse to Control Panel>Power options using monitor, adjust screen brightness under your Power plan selected, which should ideally be Balanced, with sleep also set at 30 and Hibernate ideally at 60.

yes adjusted brightness and it was already fine but still nothing in screen. took to repair shop and was told can be faulty screen or display cable. and it was too much for me to get repaired. so thought i would buy parts and do it myself. what do u guys think screen or cable? because screen is around 50 and cable us 7. but cable is tough job i know i have seen vids on YouTube and i can do it i am sure. so should i buy cable first and see if that's faulty? OR they both are fine something else might be wrong? whats you opinion?
cheers
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29 Oct 2014   #20
gregrocker

 

What I've seen most often for the issue is loose cable plug needing reattaching.

I already explained this on post 12 so I guess you missed it. Good luck.
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