Sony Vaio black screen. Unresponsive. [Solved/Closed]

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Hi fellow members(I am a noob),
I have a sony vaio model no VGN-NS240E. Turned it off normally. When I try to switch it on again the laptop starts up but the screen is black(not on black,switched off black) and completely unreaponsive.
Tried bionik's ctrl alt del method ,no luck. Any help appreciated.

BTW the orange hard disk light which is usually flickering turns on but promptly off again



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approved by Jean-François Pillou on Dec 9, 2018
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Start up computer and immediately start tapping f10. This will take you to a black screen with white writing. Hit enter. The next screen gives you two options- hit the skip button. Next screen check the box and hit next. Your computer will be restored to it's factory settings in about 60min. Make sure your computer is plugged in.

Good luck

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Hi, I have the same issue but the F10 key and the Assist key is not wokring and I still have black screen with no response; any assitance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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@Seeker

The only possibility left for you is to take your machine to a hands-on technician.

Sorry
Thnx Bud my bug got Resolved..... vishal
thank you so much for your help, I really appreciate it
Savior. You made my day. I was facing the same issue. But after pressing f10 while booting it started fine. Thanks a lot.
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If that is the case, if the fan is not running, I'm afraid that there is motherboard failure.

If the fan is running, I suggest to try to boot using the Windows CD and attempt repair.
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Hello Darif,

Try removing the battery and cable. Press and hold the power button for 58 seconds. Reconnect and try to boot.

Good luck