When switching on PB not loading and is realising loud bleep
I have a acer aspire T180-I97Z which when I switch it on there is nothing except for a loud bleeping noise. The monitor says no signal. If I hold down the power button the bleep turns into one continual bleep until it powers off. The CD still opens. Everything was working fine until Saturday and I logged off as normal. Please help!
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If it is new and only a few weeks old, take it back to where you purchased it from as if you want the restore cd's from Acer, they will charge you $20 or $40 plus shipping.
I hope this helps.
You can attempt to remove the bios chip and reinstall it or replace it with another. They are available. Do a google search. It has been my experience that if one cannot get into the bios that the Mother board is shot and I then replace it, not gambling on replacing the bios chip.
YOu can download driver from the acer wbsite. or copy and paste to the address bar the link provided by geek63640, and then in "product line" select "Desktop" then in product select "aspire T 180" and in the download column select what driver you want to download.
But recommended to download all the drivers and then install all. pls install in series.
Hey there besafe, the problem of your video driver is easily solved. If your computer is new, then you may have the driver CD for the motherboard installation. Alternately you can download the driver from the motherboard manufacturers website, assuming the video is onboard. If it is an installed video card, and you are without the driver disk, you can usually get the specific driver from the manufacturers of the video card website, specific to your OS. These drivers are easy to install therefore the best first step. If that does not work, then look at the hardware. If you have a video card installed, reboot your computer and enable the onboard video. If this works, then your video card may need replacing, preferrably with something having a higher built in memory and more suited to your usage. Hope it helps. Good Luck!