Blackscreen in Laptop

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Drunkdragon99

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My laptop is an acer aspire4752 series model no. MS2347. I opened my laptop and it only shows this glowing blackscreen the audio is working normally, and Isaid to my self that it might be just loading but it took hours so maybe it had a defect, is this still fixable? I really need to save money. IMG_20210728_110036.jpg
 
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Reboot your laptop 3 times, powering it off after the boot logo. After 3 tries Windows will figure something is wrong and offer you the troubleshooter. Go into the menu and do Startup Repair.
 

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Reboot your laptop 3 times, powering it off after the boot logo. After 3 tries Windows will figure something is wrong and offer you the troubleshooter. Go into the menu and do Startup Repair.
The first boot it turned white like this:IMG_20210728_113948.jpg
What does it mean?
 
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It means nothing to me. Remember to interrupt your boot by powering off with the power switch.
 
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The second way to get to Startup Repair: On a working computer, download MS Media Creation Tool. Run to generate a Windows setup USB memory stick. Boot the stick on the non-working computer and on the second screen choose Repair.
 

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The second way to get to Startup Repair: On a working computer, download MS Media Creation Tool. Run to generate a Windows setup USB memory stick. Boot the stick on the non-working computer and on the second screen choose Repair.
Is there a third way? Because I really don't wanna pay expensive laptop repairs
 
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