Question about Acer Aspire E360 PC Desktop
Whenever I turn on my computer it's only saying Power Saving Mode where the login screen should be. Please Help! This have been going for a couple of days and I have tried everything that i could!
Click on "Start" in the lower left-hand corner of the desktop. From within this menu, select "Control Panel." Double-click on "Power Options" located inside the Control Panel. Turn off the power saver plan by selecting one of the other power plans listed inside the Power Options dialog box. If there are no other power plans available, you can create one. Create an alternate power plan by clicking on the "Create a power plan" link on the left-hand side of the Power Options dialog box. This will open another window allowing you to create a power plan of your own. Select the type of power plan that you want, and enter a customized name for this plan. Once you have done this, click "Next." You will then be able to edit the plan's advanced settings to include how it handles the display, sleep mode and brightness settings under the battery and when it is plugged in. Hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My srceen goes Blank
first try booting the laptop and pressing the Fn key with the numerical ( numbered key ) that has a picture of 2 screens on it. This is for booting to an external monitor. you could also try adding an external ( pc monitor ) this will eliminate any motherboard Faults.
Secondly, the graphics chip driver may be corrupt or not installed correctly. if you have a restore cd, you could try booting the laptop, with the cd in the drive.
you can then try, to see if the settings in the bios are all correct, by booting/starting the laptop and pressing esc or F2 or delete immediately as the laptop starts. ** Be-Careful** what you adjust.
My suggestion is to look for. ** default settings tab** or load setup defaults.
these are the obvious things to try, before assuming that you have a faulty graphics chip or motherboard fault.
Mike @ compurepair.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
Try this ..Control Panel, Power Options, Look for how your PC is set up.There are choices you can change to correct this.Good Luck.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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