This may or may not be helpful but try this. 1. Ensure the notebook is powered down. 2. Remove the battery and AC power. 3. Press and hold the power button for 15-20 seconds three times. 4. Replace battery and AC power. 5. Attempt to boot notebook. https://malwaretips.com/threads/laptop-stuck-on-hp-logo-and-i-cant-even-get-into-computer-bios.39110/
Is this android? If so there should be a option there on the unlock screen somewhere to reset the lock pattern using your email login attached to that device. If there is no option to do this then you may need to completely "factory reset" the device, this will delete everything on it though!!! Factory data reset in Recovery mode If your Android One is on, turn it off. Press and hold the Volume up button and the Power button at the same time until the device turns on. Press the Volume down button to select "Recovery mode." If you need to navigate to the "Recovery mode" option, use the Volume up button to move the arrow and the Volume down button to select it. You’ll see an image of an Android robot with a red exclamation mark and the words "No command." While holding down the Power button, press the Volume up button and release it. Use the volume buttons to scroll to "wipe data/factory reset" and press the Power button to select it. Choose to erase all user data. This may vary by device. For example:...
Im afraid id have to agree with mother board these laptops have a built into the mother board (not replaceable) video card and if both internal and external monitors are playing up it points to a bad video card.
Sounds like a hardware fault causing the computer to stop. It maybe the hard drive, inside the hard drive there are 2 to 4 metal disc's that have your data stored on them these discs spin at a incredible speed the whole time the computer is turned on, when the laptop is bumped on dropped these discs can take a realy bad battering and can sometimes cause them to break or damage. I would try starting the laptop with nothing plug in, no keyboard not mouse no usb drives, just incase it is one of them causing the issue, if it still plays up then how confident do you feel replacing laptop components. If all else fails maybe a pc repair shop can help.
Try having a look at the control board inside, is there any corrosion or water on the board? If its corroded then it may be repairable with a soldering iron lots of propyl and steady hand. If there is water on the board dab it dry with a paper towel and leave the cover off for a while in front of a fan to let it dry out.
Une réinitialisation d'usine peut aider , mais il supprimera tout sur votre téléphone. English - https://fairphone.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/201134418-How-to-perform-a-Hard-Reset-on-my-Fairphone-1 French - https://translate.google.com.au/translat...-8&u=https%3A%2F%2Ffairphone.zendesk.com%...-us%2Farticles%2F201134418-How-to-perform-a-Hard-Reset-on-my-Fairphone-1&edit-text=