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-Hook it up to an external monitor and if you get a picture. If not my first bet would be the Nvida GPU recall. We'll go into this after the monitor test. Some other things to try: remove the battery and AC power and press the start button for 10 seconds. Now try starting up with the battery removed and just the AC adapter in place. Next start up and immediately hold down the option & command & P & R keys and hold it till you get three tones. I don't think the Apple employee has a clue. How did he arrive at that conclusion?
+Hook it up to an external monitor and see if you get a picture. If you get no picture or a scrambled picture, go here: nvidiasettlement.com If not my first bet would be the Nvida GPU recall. We'll go into this after the monitor test. Some other things to try: remove the battery and AC power and press the start button for 10 seconds. Now try starting up with the battery removed and just the AC adapter in place. Next start up and immediately hold down the option & command & P & R keys and hold it till you get three tones.

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Hook it up to an external monitor and if you get a picture.  If not my first bet would be the Nvida GPU recall.  We'll go into this after the monitor test.  Some other things to try:  remove the battery and AC power and press the start button for 10 seconds. Now try starting up with the battery removed and just the AC adapter in place.  Next start up and immediately hold down the option & command & P & R keys and hold it till you get three tones.  I don't think the Apple employee has a clue.  How did he arrive at that conclusion?

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