My laptop turns on, but screen remains black.

My laptop turns on, but screen remains black.  Then it turns off by its self. Please tell me how can I fix?

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Hello

If when you turn on your laptop on you do not get a splash screen (Dell, Acer, HP Logo, etc.), you have a hardware problem.

If under warranty, contact the manufacturer of the laptop.

If it is not under warranty, contact a repair good, local, shop.

See you soon.

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    Note: The Edit button was not there so I had to double post :/

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