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Henry

Blackscreen of death after preparing automatic repair

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Hello,i've recently encountered a problem with starting my Laptop(lenovo Ideapad100).2 days ago,it suddenly froze while i was watching a video so i ended up doing a hard reset.Now,its permanently stuck in a black screen after it tries to run automatic repair.I have tried plenty of the solutions suggested by other people such as hard-resetting it 3 times(apparently this is a very common solution but it

wont trigger the menu for me) before it shows the lenovo logo but this doesnt help at all since it wont let me access any safe booting menu of the sort.

I cant access Bios or anything.I have already tried pressing all the keys during the normal start before it goes into black screen mode but none of them trigger any sort of menu.I also installed and mounted a windows 10 installer on my USB but the laptop just ignores it and wont let me choose any option either.

I'm quite desperate since i have some important files in this laptop.Sorry for my awful english and thanks in advance.

 

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Hi. I have the same problem and need help... My laptop won't boot. I only see the black screen and no light when pressing capslock or numslock... no combination of keys like ctrl-alt-del works... Help please!!!

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