Question about Acer Aspire 7740G6364 (lxplx02165) PC Notebook
The laptop was working fine, I closed the lid and, when I opened it back up it started to fade to white from left to right. Now the screen is 100% white. It wouldn't power down so I removed power cord and battery and then restarted laptop. I can hear that it's powering back properly but can't see as screen is still 100% white. It let me enter my password (I could tell from the noise it was on the password screen) and now sounds like it's working. What can I doi about the screen?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This could indicate power or motherboard failure, you are wise to e-mail the acer technical dept. http://support.acer-euro.com/request/uk/index.html
Posted on Jan 05, 2007
Ack. Sounds like you might need to replace your screen (sounds pricey but is cheaper than a new laptop). You can find second hand/refurbished screens or another Aspire with a working screen being sold for parts on Ebay or here
On a side note, if you a have a PC monitor lying around, you can access your files by hooking it up to your laptop via the dvi slot. Granted, it seems a bit ghetto but its a quick fix until you get something more permanent.
I recently broke my iPhone screen and completely shattered a dell laptop a few years ago. You know all those people who are adamant about you buying proper carrying/protective cases? Screw 'em.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
This password is to protect unauthorized access to data on the hard drive. The password is stores on the firmware chip on the hard drive and there are no backdoor passwords available, and moving the hard drive to another computer will not work either.
Ask the person who set the password, then you will be able to remove it by going into the BIOS setup.
The only other option is to install a new hard drive and reinstall Windows.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
Please check your power option settings in the control panel. Go to my computer > Control Panel > power options and select the advanced tab. On this menu there are some options for what you would like the notebook to do when you close the lid etc. Please make sure that it is set to hibernate mode if this is what you want it to do, alternatively you can set it to do nothing and this will just turn off the screen when you close the lid. If this fails to rectify the fault then you will also need to chack what your display settings are set to. If this is set to use an external monitor it will try to turn this on when you close the lid. Go to the desktop and right click and select properties, select the appearance tab and make sure that you have only 1 display selected. Please let me know how you go.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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