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Re: my LCD monitor is blinking very frequent.
When the refresh rate changes then the screen will flicker. Change your refresh rate to above 75. Here is how: Click on Start>Control Panel>Display>Settings>Advanced>Monitor>and you will see screen refresh rate. Change to higher rate.
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Hi, The acer aspire M5641 , usually ships with windows Vista. If you are planning to install windows Xp. You would have to source the windows xp cd. You cannot buy the XP cd from microsoft as windows xp is now and end of life operating system and not sold off the shelf. However if you already have the XP cd with you , you can use the same cd. Note hardware on your acer may not work , because of driver unavailability for XP operating system. However if your system was shipped with , refer to the following video links to guide through the reinstall process
To the best of my knowledge this is a pnp device witch stands for plug and play you should not have to download any drivers but you should only have to go in to your properties and adjust the settings Right click on the desktop and go to properties then in the next window click on settings adjust them to this Maximum Resolution & Refresh Rate
You cannot uninstall Windows Vista,
but you can reinstall your previous operating system, which then
replaces Windows Vista. To reinstall
your old operating system, you must have the original installation
disc. Back up your programs and files, insert the installation disc into
your computer, and then reinstall the old operating system. To regain
the hard disk space used by Windows Vista,
reformat the disk during the reinstallation process. After reinstalling
your previous operating system, reinstall your programs and files.
More information is here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/978788
You may want to consider upgrading rather than downgrading.
you should be a frequent traveller, and might be having very rough with the laptop.
anyway acer is a genuine brand and never shows such problems, and this should be the mistake of yours in using it.
just try the following, remove o.s from system completely and reload the o.s. (genuine windows vista reccomended) if this not corrects the problems, you should sell it for the cost they are bidding for, because if the above said hint does't sorts out the problem, then it should be a technical error,and this requires service by a qualifies proffesional.and since you can't afford it, better sell it when its working properly. get back me for any assistance @ firstname.lastname@example.org
The acer LCD monitor is plug and play.You don't need a driver.But unless you have a graphics card that supports at least 1440x900 you have problems. Also if your card has a div connection, use that instead of the analog connector, The monitor comes with that connector. Use the old one to connect a second CRT monitor if you want. Don't connect both to the lcd monitor and to the computer unless you are using a second monitor. Like everything these days, every purchase seems to need an upgrade of sorts, On board graphics **** anyway. Buy at least a 128 MB graphic card with a digital connector and more RAM never goes astray.....
ok just go to Start- Settings -Control Panel - Power options -click on it inside that turn off monitor option Never u say and system stand by u make it as Never apply and say ok it will not go to stand by mode