Black screen on startup Tags: Laptops RAM Last response: October 2, 2013 9:40 AM in Laptops & Notebooks Share christian0 October 2, 2013 6:37:36 AM I have an Asus UX32VD. Yesterday I upgraded the ram - taking out one of the two 2 GB blocks and replacing it with an 8 GB block (Kingston) and it worked just fine Windows was showing I had 10 GB ram. But today when I tried turning on the computer it just showed a black screen - the power is on and using an external monitor doesn´t help either it still just shows a black screen. What could the problem be? More about : black screen startup christian0 October 2, 2013 9:40:12 AM Okay I figured it out. I took out the ram and then put them in again and that worked. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedBlack screen on startup Forum SolvedMonitor making weird noise, black screen on startup ... Is it dead? Forum SolvedWindows Black Screen on Startup Forum SolvedPC just displays a black screen after the windows logo on startup? Forum SolvedGPU Problem Screen goes black after Startup?!?! Forum SolvedScreen black at startup/when switching from games Forum SolvedBlack screen on startup after overclocking with Asus GPU Tweak Forum SolvedBlack Screen on Startup Forum SolvedBlack screen upon startup then boots Forum SolvedNew graphics card gives causes reboot shortly after start-up then gives a black screen Forum SolvedBlack screen at startup - cant find a solution Forum SolvedDell Dimension 3000 - boots to black screen on XP startup Forum SolvedWindows 7 blue screen/startup repair Black screen / can't boot from usb/ Forum Solveddistorted text & black screen startup Forum SolvedBlack screen with cursor on start-up, safe mode working Forum SolvedBlue screen crash, black screen startup Forum SolvedBattlefield 3 Problem/Black Screen On Startup Forum Black screen after startup on Toshiba Satellite! Help! Forum Black screen at startup Forum Acer Aspire black screen on startup Forum More resources Read discussions in other Laptops & Notebooks categories Battery Acer Asus Dell Hewlett Packard iPad Toshiba Vaio !