Question about Acer Aspire AX3400-U2022 PT.SE202.007 Desktop PC and Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010 Product ... (PTSE202007BUNDLE)
There is no blue light on the computer switch. I shut the computer down a couple of days ago when before we went on a trip.
Same model, same problem. I found a thread (here?) that said the power button itself is the problem and sure enough, I took apart the front assembly and manipulated the pushbutton toggle until the computer powered up w/ the blue light. The power button assembly is really jammed in there - maybe that's why it's failing.
Posted on Jan 26, 2013
First make sure all cables are plugged in correctly. Next step would be to make sure the monitor is working. Try hooking it up to another computer tower if you can. If the problem persists try re-seating you're graphics card.
Posted on Nov 26, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's most likely not the power supply. I have a customer with the same problem. I used a power meter to see if the power supply worked and it checked out perfect. (You should still test it though, just in case.)
The only thing I can figure is a bad motherboard. Unfortunately, there's no visual signs of overheating, arc burns, or the like on this one to make it obvious... just one capacitor (the small one nearest to the power port) that has a slight bulge.
These things don't seem to be build to last, from what I've been reading.
-Break it down, sell the parts that are likely to still be good (wireless minipci card, memory, processor, heck - maybe even the front ports if you get longer cables/extensions), and maybe make around $200 that can be invested in a reliable machine.
-Or drop money into replacement parts. (but after what dj said about a second mobo going bad, I don't think it's worth investing more in this)
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
SOURCE: Computer start up problem
Capture the message that is displayed on the BSOD. There will be a bunch of numbers that will tell you what is wrong. I would open the side and re-seat the RAM and do a general cleaning of the fans.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
That's Blue Screen of Death. Start up ur pc in safemode by pressing F8 key while booting and uninstall any recent hardware or software installations. Or try System Restore to an earlier date. If u failed to boot up ur pc even in Safemode, make a clean and fresh OS installation.
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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