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First of all,check if the wireless network system properties for Acer Aspire 5030 series laptop are set correctly.Generally speaking,it won't be a hareware problem related to the Wireless device of your laptops,it maybe also the tansfer device for the signals.
Look on the front edge of the laptop, you will see what appears to be two clear looking buttons, the button to the left of the audio jacks is your wireless switch, the button to the left of that is your bluetooth switch. Below is the link to the user manual for that laptop, you will find this info on page 2 of the Acer Tour Chapter.
make sure the wireless switch of your computer is on then update the wireless driver of your computer. you can download the latest wireless driver from your computer manufacturer's website then restart your computer.
I have an Acer Aspire 4720Z and had the same problem earlier today. There is a button wireless connection button on my keyboard above the F4/F5 keys. It is identified with an icon that resembles a satellite dish. I pressed it and am back online. It has a indicate light that flashes when in use. Good luck.
This may help.
Give this a try.
Turn the computer completely off, hook up the external monitor, and reboot. After bootup(and still not seeing the other monitor) right click in the middle of your LAPTOP screen, select Properties, this will bring up the Display Properties window. Go to the Settings tab(far right). Please ensure that there are two monitors that appear. You should see a number 1 and number 2. Click on #1, this is your laptop screen, and ensure that there are tick marks next to:
Use this Device as the primary monitor.
Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor.
Then Click on #2 and ensure that there IS NOT a tick mark in the first box but that there IS one in the second.
Please reply if you require further assistance. It may be that that monitor is not compatible with your laptop. I would also suggest that you visit the manufacturers site of the laptop ond make sure you have all the latest video and chipset drivers.
Here is the website where you can download your drivers that you need. in product line select "Notebook" and then in model select "apsire One 8.9". select your language and then select search. Hope this helps.