Question about Acer Veriton L410-ED4450C PC Desktop
Make sure you have the proper video drivers loaded.
Give that a shot and hopefully it should resolve your issues
Posted on Oct 28, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: AcerPower 1000-EA380M No Video
open the cover,try to find jumper "c-mos clear",probably is green,or red. put it on,then power on the machine abaut 3 -5 sec.then shut it down. then put the jumper in prevoius position and start macine normaly.on screen you have a note "c-mos clear,enter setup......",enter set up and chose auto configuration,save and exit and everything is ok.
Posted on Feb 04, 2008
Start the PC, Click Start > Right Click on My Computer > select Properties > Advanced tab > Settings (in the Start up and recovery section) > Unckeck the box next to "Automatically restart" under "System failure". > click "OK" > click "OK" again. Restart your PC and give it a go.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
Hi vilu_repo! There are a couple of things that could be wrong with the memory. First thing to remember is that anytime you touch anything inside your computer, you must be touching the metal chassis at all times to prevent static from zapping the electronics. Make sure the memory is completely pushed down and locked in place. The lock tabs at the end will move up when you do. Your computer should have 2 banks with 2 slots to each bank. The first two slots is one bank, the last two are the other bank. Your memory has to be installed in matched pairs in each bank (same speed and size). If all four slots are filled, make sure the memory is matched in each bank. And if all four slots are filled, and your computer still won't boot, you can try removing one bank of memory at a time. If that works, then you need to replace the bad memory. If this helps you, then please rate this answer. Thanks! Hal
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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