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I turned it on again, the same thing happened when I pressed the power button.

There is nothing on the screen, as if it was turned off but the battery indicates that I had it on.

hi, I've had my Blue Laptop (W300) for around two years now with Windows Vista 32-bit Home Basic.

I update regularly and had no problems UNTIL today.

i can't remember the udate code but afterwards, it prompted me, like always, to restart my laptop, which I did after an hour.

After restarting, I waited around 5 minutes thinking that it takes some time to boot (because it had done so a couple of times in the past). When I pressed the power button, my laptop turned off, which was strange because it normally goes to sleep mode instead of being turned off.

I recently acquired an Asus Vivobook s400ca with a broken screen.

The idea was to turn it into a Win 7 media center machine by outputting to my HDTV via hdmi.

I have tried both the vga and hdmi and get no output.When I turned it on again (I pressed the power button for around 5 seconds), I got to the system restore set up but my screen was blurry.I can still read the instructions and did a system restore.Looking at the root cause, it said something about an update that does not work properly which hinders it from functioning properly.after the system restore, it was restarted, then I heard the vista boot but could not see it in my screen.Recalling that bios setting that I'd skipped, I went back to the bios and set sata to RAID and boot device to that RAID. Boot Device Manager Windows failed to start file: \boot\bcd I tried booting to the windows 7 dvd and initiating a repair, but that didn't succeed.It went like this: I then changed back to sata ide, and the windows 7 dvd was willing to boot from either of the two disks after repairing.When I released the power button (still holding the Insert/Scroll button depressed), the computer came up and Windows booted.Could not, at that point, get ESC pressed; wouldn't let me into the BIOS.Had the computer about 3 days, and was receiving some strange errors reporting unrecogized USB devices not recognized and a buggy USB driver. 3) Waited, pensively, for 5ish minutes (read several places to wait for 20 minutes; I didn't) 4) Plugged the power cord back in (I did NOT reinsert the battery) 5) Holding down the Insert/Scroll button, I held the power button down for 20-30 seconds.Nothing happened until I released the power button.