Good day Samsung
So my new 3 months notebook 9 Pro NP900X5N-X01US Display screen is black the laptop was in Hibernate/sleep mode, I opened the laptop like normally I do…. the lock screen windows 10 showed up for less than a second after that half off the screen went black green lines and completed Black after 3 sec, tried to boot up the laptop did not work and I don't have access to BIOS/UEFI.....Samsung Logo doesn't show also.
There's no problem, it power up with the battery (blue light) or the power cord (green light) it work plugged in or without power cord so there's no problems there.
I also tried an external monitor the same issue happened ( just black screen) the keyboard doesn't respond also I plugged another keyboard through the USB from the side no luck.
I can hear the fan running and light is on but it is like goth stuck in sleep mode loophole!!!!
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So what's the deal with this? I just started to experience the same issue!! All of a sudden, my screen would turn black and flicker. Then the flickering will stop and the screen will just stay black. If I press the power button it goes to sleep, then I turn it back on and it is fine. Then after some time the same thing happens. Please advise.
After much googling, I think I found a solution. Since this ONLY happens while using laptop on battery power, this is what I did: Right click on you desktop and go to "Intel Graphics Settings" -> "Power" -> "On Battery" -> "Panel Self Refresh" -> "Disable" -> "Apply". This appears to have fixed it for me.
Just want to report back. Running for the past two months with zero issues after doing this:
Right click on you desktop and go to "Intel Graphics Settings" -> "Power" -> "On Battery" -> "Panel Self Refresh" -> "Disable" -> "Apply". This fixed it for me.
Piggybacking on messages that have the same issue that I am having.
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