Question about Acer Extensa 5620-6119 Notebook
There are quite a few things that could cause this to happen. So, let's start with some basic possible fixes.
1) You could have a static build upon the mother board. Remove the power plug and battery. Hold the power button on for at least 30 seconds. That should drain the static.
2) There could be a connector problem. At very least,remove and reinstall the HD, DVD drive, memory modules,any PCMCIA cards flash drives, external drives and so forth.
3) If you have the tools and ability, I would suggest opening the beast up and reseating any connector that you can find including the wireless card and the CPU.
40 I hope not, but you could have a flaky mother board.
As I said, these are pretty basic ideas and hope that I've been of some help.
Let me know how you come out, or if you need more help.
Thanks and have a super day!
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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