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Old 11th December 2017
bsd-keith bsd-keith is offline
Real Name: Keith
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Maybe someone changed settings in the BIOS, usually you can reset them to factory settings, might let it boot up - no guarantees.

(I once had an old laptop that didn't like FreeBSD acpi & had to turn it off to get it to boot up.)
Linux since 1999, & also a BSD user.
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