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Don't Panic! 8 Solutions to Fix PC Turns On but No Display


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Many users are talking about the "PC turns on but no display" issue. However, most of them don't know how to effectively and quickly fix the "computer starts but the screen is black" issue. What should you do if there is nothing comes up on the screen and the display shows a blank screen after you push the power button?

Generally speaking, when it comes to the "PC turns on but the screen remains black" issue, most users' biggest worry and fear right now is data loss. If you worry about losing your important data when fixing the "computer starts but the screen is black" issue, you come to the right place.Here, MiniTool Power Data Recovery can help you effectively and quickly get lost data back. This professional data recovery software offers MiniTool Power Data Recovery Bootable edition which is designed to serve people who have trouble in booting up Windows operating system. (Note: Only the Deluxe and above versions offer MiniTool Bootable Media Builder.) More importantly, this read-only tool offers wizard-like interfaces as well as simple operations, which can help users effectively recover lost data when PC won't boot without any difficulty. By using it, you can easily and quickly retrieve data when computer starts but the screen remains blank as much as possible. Next, let's see the detailed steps.
Firstly, get MiniTool Power Data Recovery Personal Deluxe.
Then, click Bootable Edition in the bottom of the main interface to create bootable CD, DVD, or USB flash drive.After that, boot your computer from the MiniTool Bootable disk.
Now, select a suitable data recovery module to get lost data back when PC turns on but no display. Here, you can try using Damaged Partition Recovery, for this data recovery module can help you effectively recover lost data as long as the partition exists.
Now, you need to select the target one and then click Full Scan button which is located at the lower right corner to scan the entire device to furthest find desired data.
Select the needed files, and click Save button to appoint a saving path. Warning: Never save the selected files to the drive where you lost your data. Otherwise, the lost/deleted files will be overwritten.

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Created by Baojin Lee 3 weeks 1 day ago – Made popular 3 weeks 4 hours ago
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