I have an Acer Aspire E700 PC connected to an HP w2216 Monitor.
It's been working okay for some time but suddenly the MS Vista picture moved over to the right leaving an 80 mm. blank gap on the left.
This is now permanent. It cannot be fixed using the Monitor controls or the Software. When the computer is first turned on the whole screen is filled but shrinks as soon as Vista kicks in. Could this be a Display Driver problem? Any help would be appreciated.
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Hi, try this: assuming you're running XP. right click an empty space on the desk top, left click properties, click screen saver.
click power. click all the drop down boxes and select "never"
click apply then O.K.
the other way is: control panel, open power options
you could have a bad video chip. Failure to POST could mean anything, but most times it's a video chip. Still, you can try re-seating your ram chips, re-seating your CPU, and re-seating the add-on cards that you may have.
Hook a spare monitor to the video output usually on the back, if picture okay! the problem is in the LCD panel display of the laptop, but if symptom the same the Video Graphics Card is defective usually built into the motherboard.
Hook a spare monitor to the computer to make sure the video graphics board is okay, assuming everything checked out, next the video cable from the computer to the Acer monitor, if it will detach from both ends, sub another video cable. Finally if it comes down to the Acer Monitor, the video is processed on the main board that is attached behind the LCD screen that is displayed making repairs far to expensive, much cheaper to replace.
I have never heard of such a symptom, but if there's no power it can only be one of two things. Either there is something very strange going on in the power supply, or you have a motherboard with some problem. My feeling is that it's the motherboard, though.
The power switch only sends a signal to the motherboard to turn on the power supply. I have to believe that some problem with the USB controller or the USB power on the board is interfering with the board's operation.
It would be fairly easy to substitute a known good power supply for testing. If you still have the trouble, I'd say it's time for a new motherboard.
Hello I think your graphics card or screen is broken on your Acer Aspire 5920G, one thing you can test is to connect at external monitor to your laptop. If you dont get any picture then its your graphic card broken, if you get picture it is your screen. also try to adjust the screen light.
Does your BIOS POST runs then you might be having a Disk Booting Problem, If you dont see your BIOS POST Screen, then check if you can hear any beep sounds, If you hear beep sounds check the ram whether it is properly inserted in the ram slot or the ram might be faulty.(You may have to change the Ram). If you dont hear any beep, check whether the buzzer(Speaker in the CPU) is working, If buzzers were working fine before, then you might be having problems with your mother board or processor. If you know how to work on such problem try reinstalling the processor, ram etc in the cpu . Otherwise call a service engineer to have the job done.