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Are you enabling the external display feature? The HDMI must be enabled from the laptop keyboard before it will output. This is done with the "Fn" Key (lower left next to Windows key + the F5 key. This is a 3-way toggle. The default is normal screen. First toggle switches to external (HDMI), second toggle to both screens, and the third back to normal.
This excerpt from your User's Guide:
<Fn> + <F5> Display toggle
Switches display output between the display screen,
external monitor (if connected) and both.
This issue could be 1 of 3 issues or a multiple of each, 1. Damage to the screen itself 2. Damage to the cable that connects the screen to the grapics card 3. Damage to the graphics card
I am not personaly familier with the Aspire One, but Acer usally put VGA or HDMI or both connectors on there laptops if you have one or both of these connections connect your Aspire to an external display, this will check the grapics card, if there are no problems with the external display the good news is your grapics card is fine, however if not there is a good chance it is the grapics card and that requires the motherboard being replaced,
If the external screen is fine, open your laptop (if you do not feel confident doing this get someone who is to check) if the cable that conects the screen to the motherboard is frayed or snapped then that is the problem if not there is a high chance it is the screen but could be un seeable damage to the cable, since cables are cheeper than screens i would suggest replaceing that first as this is usally the issue any way.
my acer aspire 5732z gives black screen all time although if i connect an external screen i can see the data and also if i diconnect the external screen the data can seen by contrast of 1/100 what is that how i solve that
The display of your laptop may go dark in one of two scenarios.
Physical damage that has resulted into a cracked or broken screen, if your laptop is dropped, especially with its case opened.
Malfunctioning of video power or control circuitry
If your laptop screen is physically damaged you should determined whether there is other damages to the laptop. You can plug an external monitor by using the video output connector to ascertain this. If your applications function of this external monitor you can simply go LCD screen repair and you can be sure that you will be able to recover your data. On the other hand, if there is no physical damage to your laptop screen and it goes blank you can connect to an external monitor and determine if other components of the laptop are functional. These steps will help you in your repair decision.
This problem is mostly likely with your LCD screen. It needs to be replaced. I suggest you connect your laptop to an external computer monitor and see if you still see the same issue on the external monitor. If you don't see it, then for sure it is not your motherboard or graphic chip. It has to do with your screen. In rare cases this can also happen if your wiring for the LCD screen is going bad or damaged.
Once you connect the external computer monitor to your laptop, turn your laptop on and located the "FN" and "F4 or F5 key depending on the laptop model" key on your laptop. Hold FN down and hit the F4 key once and see if the screen switches to your external monitor. If not, hit it again and wait.
Some newer laptops auto detect external monitors when they are connected to one.
you con get a new LCD monitor using this information
to enable an external monitor you will have to switch it on by right-clicking on the desktop ( i dunno how much of the screen is blind/which corner you still see) then goto display - properties - advanced - monitor : her you should be able to switch to the external monitor.
If the external monitor was displaying during the system recovery, there may be a conflict with your damaged lcd screen so I would remove the cover and disconnect the cord to the lcd. Restart the computer and hope it works. -James
Hi there yes you can plug an external monitor to the laptop, the screen switch keyboard toggle is hold down Fn and is should one other the F keys with a monitor icon on it, just press that to activate the external monitor
You get the audio from PC: you must use a separate audio cable to your TV audio input. Configure your PC Display properties to a lower resolution until you reach a format your tv can display. If you use a flat digital screen check the manual to know the resolution to be used with VGA input. Use Dual screen option or swittch main screen/external/both using FN key + blue key showing screen on your keyboard. (F4 or F7? check manual.)