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Blank Screen, no sound... Computer still running!

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by terry1080, May 6, 2010.

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  1. terry1080

    terry1080 Thread Starter

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    Hi gurus.

    Basically, I've done nothing recently to my desktop. It has just started, with more frequent occurance (15 minutes), to:
    Screen goes blank... Monitor is still on and appears to be receiving.
    Sounds goes dead... Speakers still on.
    Computer itself seems to have no change, physically sounds like it hasn't done anything different. Lights still flashing on it, USB wifi dongle still flashing.
    Keyboard CAPS, NUM lock lights won't change when I hit CAPS key.
    Also can't seem to 'WIN button' > 'u' > 'u' to shutdown.

    I haven't noticed any correlation with number of apps running, or CPU usage. But it does seem to happen whilst watching films alot. Then again it happened whilst in excel today, so not sure if this helps.

    So I've been hitting the Power button on the machine to power off, then start again.

    Nightmare, please help!
     
  2. Antonius0816

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    Hi
    Just found you message - did you solve? I'm suffering the same problem since moths and I'm not able to find out the cause.
    Hope you did solve
    regards Anton
     
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