I also DROPPED MY LAPTOP BUt HEIGHT WAS AROUND 7 FEET... it fallen from from almirah and then my laptop LCD BROKEN totally... as you are saying screen not broken...IT WILL NOT COST u anything as mine was under limited warranty and so i paid 200$ for new LCD SCREEN i guess there might be a internel problem ..what u hav to do is just call your laptp provider and just tell them I M HAVING PROBLEM WITH MY SCREEN...dont tell that u dropped...they will see and repair it according to your problem........... SIMPLY ITS A MINOR PROBLEM........JUST CONSULT YOUR LAPTOP PROVIDER.......... everything will be OK within or maximum of 1 week ALL YOUR DATA WILL BE SAVED
1. Delay in startup after pressing power button of desktop computer
Because the batteries at IKEA were very cheap I thought: let's give it a go.I entered BIOS first and tried to find some sort of save function (or I would simply have taken pictures if the BIOS did not support this). I found a save and restore function. I could save about 10 different profiles. Jippie! - I saved my config which was custom made by my vendor.My motherboard even suggested (via a message on screen) that this was the first time I turned it on. After I restored and saved the settings I turned off the PC.Then I turned it on again and everything worked fine. The PC turned on immediately after I pressed the power button and I have not experienced any delays after this. (Now about 5 days after.)The problem came back. I kept replacing the battery every few months but ultimately there was something else going on. It was like it had a mood. I was never able to replace the power supply as a test. Furthermore, I think because it was a high quality power supply it did not die and kept struggling, even though it was providing a suboptimal experience. I was happy it turned on, but afraid to turn it off.Ultimately the machine was abandoned. I still do not know (for sure) what the cause was.Giving a new battery a go is a fine test because it is a cheap test, but I would recommend starting to plan for a new device or power supply like the other contributor did.
2. Black Laptop Screen on startup?
I additionally very own a Dell pc. Your disaster sounds like one the area the pc would have have been given to be taken aside. Or the little button that senses while the laptop is being closed is caught. ?? I have not any concept. My cooling fan burned out, and the unreal fan is $20, yet Dell recommended me i mandatory to deliver it in for $one hundred and fifty, merely for them to look at it! Ridiculous! in case you already understand unquestionably each and every person with particularly some benefit, i would enable them to look at it lower back. in any different case, Dell would could. ...it is what they choose.
3. How does the backlight of my watch work?
This article applies for: see list of devices below under Find more support for. Tips for setting the right watch display brightness and troubleshooting steps if the backlight seems to work incorrectly. The backlight of your Suunto watch offers the two modes: Toggle and Automatic. We recommend using the default mode Automatic. Find a detailed explanation of both modes in the user guide for your watch under Features > Backlight. Go to the user guide. To increase or decrease the display brightness level on your Spartan or Suunto 9 open Settings > General > Backlight > Brightness and adjust the brightness level. Note: This functionality is not available for Spartan Trainer, Suunto 3 Fitness and Suunto 5. Note: Backlight brightness affects battery life. The brighter the backlight is, the quicker the battery drains. In addition to adjusting the display brightness, each sport mode allows you to define specific display settings in the Options menu below the exercise start screen. Adjust the display Theme to be black or white The Do not disturb mode will dim the watch display on Spartan watches with software version 2.5.20 or later, Suunto 9, Suunto 3 Fitness and Suunto 5 watches. To deactivate the mode and adjust the display brightness: Go to the watch face. Long press the middle button to open the Shortcuts menu. Toggle off Do not disturb mode (toggle is grey). When Power saving mode is active, your watch dims the display to save battery. To deactivate the mode, open mode Settings > General and toggle off Power saving (toggle is grey). 3. Ensure you have the latest software installed on your watch We continuously improve the software of our watches and fix bugs that we see in the field. Connect your watch with your Suunto cable to your computer with SuuntoLink installed and check if a software update is available for your watch. Do not know how to update your watch? Watch this video. If the watch display is frozen or blank but the backlight is on and the watch reacts with vibration to button presses: Soft reset your watch. Learn more. We are happy to assist you.