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PsycoT
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in need of screen shots

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i have the "No bootable image found, notebook will be shutdown" error, and my laptop is in safe mode, but because the screen is damged i have used an external monitor for some time, and since safe mode doesn't allow external monitor im stuck looking at a white screen, what i need is screenshots so that i can disactivate safe mode using bios menu but without actually seeing what im doing.

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iomare
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Hi,

You could try removing the actual LCD cable from the motherboard, which should allow you to see BIOS on the external screen.

 

Hope it helps,

David

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should i remove it from both ends or is the screen end enough?

Thanks btw

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You're welcome

From the motherboard. Naturally, I can not guarantee that it will work on this model. But try.

When do you see the error on the screen? (before or after Windows boot)

What is the exact model number of the probook?

It could be a hard drive problem.

 

Let me know,

David

 

 

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