Connct Acer 3613 -did not include all info in previous ques.
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I did receive 15-pin D-Sub Cable to connect the VGA video cable to the computer. It is the second connct that is the 24-pin DVI cable and this is the one I can't figure where to plug. Would this one go USB? Or can I use the monitor only with the first one plugged in and not both?
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I understood your problem, You haven't specified your operating system but i will give you solution you should first uninstall previous sound drivers then go to www.notebookera.com and select your Device model and sound drivers for your operating system Windows VISTA ,7 etc.
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Press + or select Acer eRecovery Management from the Empowering Technology toolbar to start Acer eRecovery Management.
Switch to the restore and recovery page by selecting the Restore button.
Select the backup point you would like to restore from. You can also choose to recover the system from a factory default image, recover from a previously created CD/DVD or reinstall applications and drivers.
Follow the instructions on screen to complete the process.
Something that is supposed to launch at startup is corrupted. Try booting in Safe Mode - if you can then disable all programs (including security ones) and try again. If now it works you know that it's one of them - enable them one by one till it fails again. If it doesn't work then it's either one of the drivers or Windows itself. Best solution is to reinstall
you can lift up the little round circles take out all screws,take top off, to lcd find the little gold nuts that the screws go into, try to put them back in plastic holes with super or gorilla glue,
or order screen parts on ebay, hinges usually get worse unless you find a way to secure those brackets attached to hinges
Apply a lubricant to the hinges themselves - not a ton of lubricant, as you don't want anything running down into the laptop proper.
What sound like has happened is that the display has somehow been in a bind, and therefore the hinges are in a bind. This makes it harder to moved the hinges, and thus when you open the lid it is making the cracks.
You may also want to unseat / unscrew the hinges and re-tighen the little screws that hold them in place.
1. Yes, the monitor will just display the resolution set by your laptop. 2. There should be a VGA port on your laptop, it's a trapezoid shape with 3 rows of 5 holes and usually blue. Since your monitor only has a DVI cable, you need to get a DVI to VGA adapter to be able to plug your monitor into this spot.