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Hi. Try to perfrom power drain to your netbook. Take out the battery then unplugged the power adapter. Press and hold the power button for 30 secs. Put everything back in then turn on the computer. If same problem will happen then you need to contact ACER and have your computer srviced for LCD problem.
At this point I would suggest you a full factory reset. You can restore the computer back to factory default,to do so, follow the below steps:
Turn Off the computer, now as soon as you hit the power button, keep on holding "Alt" key & keep on tapping "F10" key, i.e Alt+f10, it will open the recovery console, select full factory restore and follow onscreen instruction. NOTE: This will erase all the datas on the computer.
Not really, there are two possibilities here.....one is that the sticky residue has jambed the plastic button against the side of the palrest or that the actual button circuit under the plastic button tab has collapsed and will not return to up. In either case, it sounds like the palmrest will have to be removed. It is not overly difficult job to perfrom if you have a proper guide. Below is a link to the service manual for the disassembly. If the circuit board is damaged, it is cheaper to just buy the palmrest on lets say ebay then to try and find just the touchpad board. Palmrests go for about 20-25 bucks. Click on the link below, when it comes up, if the print is too small....hold down the control key and tap the + key, this will make the print large, the file is PDF format and is free to copy, print and use.
First check in device manager that your audio driver is installed if not then downlaod uadio driver from below link then install . Then it works fine. click here Select your operating sytem and downlaod audio driver.Then install. If installed correctly then check in control panel that sound is not muted.
aright what you gotta do is open up the "launch manager" which enables all the buttons found on the multimedia area plus else where to work perfectly. this even lets you program which applications you want to have when you press the other buttons
I had same problem with my aspire 6920.Tried power reset didn't work. Tried replacing memory chips,No go . Pulled rest of my hair out,still nothing . Then I checked memory chips again and noticed that the inner chip was not seating correctly due to a design flaw in the retainers. Gave both retainers a gental tweak,reset chips. And most importantly Disconnected CMOS Battery and held power button in for 1 min. Plugged everything back in and Bingo... Fired right up >>>And to the comment about plugging in the HD ....Mine fired up with out it ..