Laptop is on but no screen and no response to any actions
The computer is on, the fan blows, the wireless indicator is lit, but it does nothing. It charges, however, it doesn't indicate its charging. Stepnote 1502 less than a year old. If I could get something on screen, it would help. Plugged into Different monitor but still nothing but black screen.
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It does not sound like inverter has failed because you are using the correct method to switch screens, if the hard drive indicator is flashing/blinking that seems ok too. latops are supposed to beep when there is hardware failure to give us engineers an idea of the problem, you haven't mentioned that, but i know there is hardware by the description. start by taking the ram out, this could be faulty or disslodged and the machine sounds like boot but no display, clean the contacts on the ram with a pencil eraser (they work best) and dust off the rubber with a dry clean cloth, make sure there is no build up of dust there the ram slots, if you have more than 1 ram module try them one at a time. see what happends
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I am also user of Acer Aspire laptop. When you on your system after 3 min just press FN+F6. I hope you will see your screen ON. IF not thats mean your monitor not working proper may be display problem. Just visit Acer serviec center. Thx
The amber power light indicates that your computer has been "sleeping" or "hibernating" and usually all it takes to restart the computer is tapping a key on the keyboard. If this is not the case, try holding the Power switch down for 6-10 seconds to force the system off. Restart in Safe Mode and try to find the settings for Sleep/hibernate, open the control panel and open the Screen Saver. Select "Change Power Settings" and set it for "Never" on sleep and hybernate.
On a router, the numbers light up only if there is an active computer plugged in to that port. One computer plugged into port 1 the number 1 wil light, and same with 2, 3, 4. No device plugged in to port = no light. Different color lights with different data rates.
The 2 and 4 LED error code indicates “Video subsystem configuration or failure”. You either have a bad video circuit or your video drivers have a problem. Try booting into “safe mode” by tapping the F8 key when powering on the computer. If the computer comes up in safe mode then your video drivers may have to be reloaded. Your responses are intended to improve the level of service provided. Please show your appreciation by rating your experience. Thank You.
Try to plug in an external monitor on laptop to check if there is a problem with your LCD.
Plug in the external monitor then boot the computer. If still nothing happens try removing the battery and the adapter, let it rest for a minute then plug in only the adapter and try to boot up with out the battery.
You don't want to hear this I know, but your symptoms are very much like those of a computer in which the motherboard or processor has died. It is defnitely not the hard drive as you would still get a display and be allowed to go into Bios even if the hard drive was totally out of the computer. And missing memory would result in bios beeps indicating a faulty bios configuration, but all of that requires that the motherboard and processor be good. If they are not, you have the situation you are speaking about.