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Asus laptop starts up, black screen, cannot access BIOS HDD

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  1. Nadim96

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    Hey, I got an asus g75vw laptop.
    I purchased an SSD a few days ago, my laptop now uses both the SSD and HDD, today it started up fine i however got a message from smartscreen? windows 10 saying my drive needed to be checked or something, well it checked the drives after that i got a blue screen which said: select your keyboard language, i selected VN international upon which it didn't respond, i just pressed the power button off to shut it off that way since i had to leave quickly, after i came back a few hours later that's when it didn't work anymore.

    This happens when i click the power button:
    These lights come on: power, the lock? button and the HDD light, however this one turns off after 5~ seconds.
    My screen is black for the entire duration, no logo no nothing, i can't go into BIOS either.

    What i've tried:
    - Removing the HDD and SSD multiple times, starting up with only the HDD only the SSD with both etc
    - Turning all the power off, removed the battery and charger, pressing it down for 60 seconds and restarting with only the charger back plugged in, i did this for 4~ times.
    - I tried removing the battery for an hour or so and nothing.
    - I removed everything, battery ssd hdd and let it stay for an hour, also nothing
    - I tried using an external monitor but you can already guess, nothing

    If anyone got any tips on how to fix this that'll be awesome!
     
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