I am having same problem with Lenovo B560 after removing broken laptop monitor...

Madzapple

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My laptop screen has been bust for ages - been using it as a desktop - but the screen was getting in the way of the external monitor. I decided to remove it and now the computer doesn't seem to work.

It displays all lights (power, battery, wireless) white without falter (well now there is no light for battery as I tried it without battery). When I had the battery in, every time I plugged in and out the charger it would make one, single, loud "beep". Naturally I can't test this without the battery plugged in.

The computer abruptly switched off when I foolishly clipped the wire/s to the monitor :(

Any help?

Lenovo B560
 

Madzapple

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Yes...shouldn't have cut it. I'm a ex powerline worker - the high voltage stuff makes more sense it seems.

Attempting to remove the plug from the other end ended up being fatal to my laptop.

R.I.P

I suppose the next gig will be finding out how to get my data off the old driver.
 

Madzapple

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I thought it might be something that simple. Thanks. I will check if I have SATA on my new computer but don't recall it being there.
 
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