Alright, I had Ubuntu 32-bit installed on my machine, and everything was great. Well, a friend was walking me through setting up an android dev environment, and we realized I needed 64-bit. So I formatted the Linux partitions in windows, and reinstalled 64 bit from a DVD, EXACTLY the same way I had done before. The install got to the very end, then went to a black screen. Waited hours, nothing would get a response.
Now, the computer will not boot to anything. Power button from off turns on the power light, and the "activity" light,but screen stays black. After one second, the activity light turns off and power light stays on. I can hear the DVD drive, but cannot eject.
Eventually, I can no longer hear anything, but computer is "on" power light is on, and I can feel normal heat from battery area.
I've tried booting holding f2 or escape, trying to get into bios, but nothing. Pressing power button again just turns all lights off with a slight sound like a disk winding down.
Having power cord connected makes no difference other than lighting up the charging indicator.
I'm going to take it in to geek squad when they open I guess. I have the full warranty deal where even if I drop it or break it I'm covered.
Do you guys have anything for me?
Samsung series 7, 250gb allocated to Linux ext4 mount at "/" , 6gb allocated to swap, boot installed on ext4 partition.