5720Z acer aspire notebook has power light on and another flickering LED but no picture
Normally when i open the lid or press the power button it comes out of sleep mode but this time nothing is happening what could be wrong i tried using control alt del to reboot but nudda from that, what else can i try or do
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Try to connect your PC with the battery on the power outlet if it lights and charge normally. If the lights still orange, try to open the hard disk case and pull it out then try to put it in place again. If still doesn't go, try the memory card and clean it.
But I suspect that the battery has been overly charged. Try to look for another battery of the same model if it works with another and new battery.
it is not your keyboard, rather it is your mouse, you always mistakenly press the pad. either try and keep your palm away a little bit or on the mouse setting disable the mouse by locking it with the small button in front in which if you press the blue light infront of the mouse will trun red. good luck
Most likely your battery is dead. If you are worried about your HD , the best thing to do would be to power it off. Remove the battery and see if it will boot on the AC adapter. If it boots , just get a new battery. If not you have a motherboard issue and need to call Acer if it is under warranty.
It sounds like a loose connection or a snapped dry solder joint leading to the backlight. On notebooks and LCD monitors, the screen consists of a florescent panel behind the screen which shines a light similar to a florescent tube through the screen. From your description, it would appear that something is becoming disconnected there.
A local specialist in flatscreen repairs should be able to fix it if it's nothing too major. Try and find one who has a certification to work with Acer to avoid voiding the warranty. If you live in Ontario, where I live, I can do a search to see if I can locate one (please either use the ask button to contact me directly or leave a comment on this ticket) but I have no details of potential repair locations outside Ontario.
I have the same problem. It happened to me about half a year ago and reinstalling the OS solved it. So it's by no chance a hardware problem. I have a Acer TravelMate 6291. It must be some kind of a software problem, but don't know which one :-(