Question about Acer Aspire 5672WLMi Notebook
In the past i have repaired other graphics cards by puttng then in the oven and other tricks! This one i cannot locate or know how to fix!
Laptops usually have the graphics chip built-in on the motherboard and the video RAM is shared RAM (uses part of the main system RAM).
Try reseating the RAM modules and if it still does not work then take the RAM to your friendly computer repair shop to test the RAM.for you.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I SOLVED THE PROBLEM! ;P
Sorry about my english, I'm from Poland...
My laptop is Acer Aspire 5672, which I bought 2 years ago in US. I had the same problem whith Acer's camera and I was searching internet all the time to fix it, but I didnt find any answers - only questions as yours ;)
Notice, when you move the camera sometimes you hear the noise of plugging the device. Try to use your imagination - THAT PROBLEM IS NOT CONNECTED WITH SOME SOFTWARE ISSUES!!!!!! It's internally in your camera - simple, when you open it (first you have to unscrew off the frame around the screen carefully) you will see that its not propely connected and the plug inside is loose!!!!!!). It's because the cable from 'internal usb' to your camera is very tight. Try to slacken the cable, propely plug the camera and... THAT'S IT!! IT REALLY WORKS!!!
my e-mail: antistar[at]o2.pl
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
On laptops the graphics are built in onto chips that are on the motherboard, in order to change to the graphics chip you would have to upgrade to the motherboard to something that acer might have.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
Replacing a motherboard on a notebook is generally only recommended for professional technicians. As a last resort before trashing it, it might be doable for a resonably skilled person, but finding/buying the right motherboard is another matter.
Though, it might not be the case that it's the motherboard that's faulty.
If you can post a more detailed description of the problem, when it occurs, and if there are any life-signs at all (HDD-lights, screen, fans et.c.) it might help getting some answers.
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks again. I'll give what you suggested a try. REA"
Try this link. Hope it helps.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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