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MacBook Pro Screen white to black


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Hello,
My MacBook Pro will turn on for ten seconds and it shows that it is thinking and then suddenly goes black. Help please! Are there any combinations of keys, etc to try?
I ran software updates last night but that's all that I can think of....
Thanks!!!
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