Question about Acer Aspire™ T180 PC Desktop
We test monitor with another pc.there is'nt any problem
Ok, firstly do you see the bios screen at start up before windows starts?
If you do, try repeatedly pushing F8 during the bios screen to go to the advanced boot menu and try booting to safe mode. If you can boot to this then its a driver problem.
If not is the pc booting up? Can you hear the fans and hard drive going, is the hard drive light flashing etc?
If your sure the pc is starting correctly, you need to establish if your using built in graphics or an extended graphics card. Easy way to tell is if your monitor connector on the back of the pc is fairly low in one of the horizontal slots then it's an extended graphics card.
If it is, then unplug the pc and open the side or back, lay it on its side and check that it is seated in the slot correctly, even better remove it and reseat it, push firmly but not too hard, they can be a bit fiddly. Sometimes the cards or CPU's can creep out of the slot due to repeated heating up and cooling down, or can be jogged during transit etc.
If its onboard graphics, ie your monitor connector is higher up in amongst the other connectors etc then you will have to buy an extended graphics card PCI, PCIe or VGA as its difficult to fix onboard faults without replacing the whole motherboard.
Let me know how you get on.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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