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System doesnot show anything after boot screen

Discussion in 'Linux and Unix' started by gyan88s, Aug 19, 2019.

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  1. gyan88s

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    I was working on Linux and UPS got disconnected somehow and after a few minutes screen went blank. After a few minutes, I stopped forcibly and try to restart but now it shows only the boot screen and then again blanks.

    Need help
     
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    Welcome to TSG gyan88s..!!

    I strongly believe that the power outage caused hardware failure. It could be RAM, HDD or someother important hardware that is preventing the system from bootup. We can confirm if there is a hardware failure or not. Just restart your system and instead of letting it boot normally just go to the BIOS setup of your machine. Usually, the menu for entering appears when we press Delete key repeatedly during bootup. For your system, it could be different so check the manufacturer's website if Del doesn't work.

    If you are able to go into the BIOS and the screen shows some output then there isn't a problem in H/w but a problem in S/w.

    Try this first and let us know what happens.
     
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