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My Laptop, keeps reseting. No display onscreen

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  1. tripat

    tripat Thread Starter

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    Hi,
    My Gateway laptop was working perfectly a night before and next morning when i started it, it would show the lights in the various LEDs but with no display on the screen and keeps reseting after every 4 seconds. please help
     
  2. DoubleHelix

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    What does "resetting" mean? Did you unplug it and pull the battery?
     
  3. tripat

    tripat Thread Starter

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    resetting means it resets every 4 seconds, i tried taking the battery but it did not help.
     
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    I don't know what you mean by "resets". If you're not seeing anything on the screen, then it's either not booting or the display is shot.
     
  5. tripat

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    Resets means laptop starts(as i see th lights going on for the laptop), but no display shows on the screen and after 4 seconds shuts down and starts the same process again. this keeps happening till the time i remove the power and the battery from the laptop.
     
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