I had a similar problem, but I got a picture before it broke up and went off. The screen was backlit, but no video (screen was receiving some power).
The LCD needs a very stable voltage to work, this is provided through the LCD connector ribbon. In my case the ribbon was damaged and replaced it.
I have had no problem since.
I discovered this through trial and error; I first changed my transformer power supply and then the video inverter card.
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if you have a wide screen laptop the picture format is 16x9 in stead of 4x3 as the old models.
you can try to change the screen resolution to something like 800x600 1024x768 this are standar 4.3 formats. after you can run the video application and see if it shows you a full screen picture. if you need more info contact me
If there is power beside you,why not connect you laptop to the family power,it will be good to your acer aspire 9300 battery life .Pay attention to your acer aspire 9300 laptop have been 2 years old,i think it most properly some problem to your acer aspire 9300 battery.
I have been fixing computers that has long beeps and short ones. It is usually attributed to memory problem connection. Open the memory compartment at the back of the PC then detach the memory card. Clean with cloth softly enough not to destroy the circuit board or a pencil eraser to clean-up dust that caused the connection blockade. Reconnect after cleaning.
hi there, i had the same problem back a few month ago. the solution for me was, i twisted the built-in camera 180 degree a few times, after that, i heard sound indicating my system found a new hardware and it started to install them, which in my case, the webcam ^_^ maybe the connection is the problem, mine is acer aspire 5580 laptop.. hope this help
Right click anywhere on the desktop, open the screen saver tab, click on the power button at the bottom. You'll see a box that reads monitor, set this to never. That should take care of the screen shutting down. As far as the orange light, I'm guessing that's the battery light, and it's time for a new battery.(It should be green and flashes orange when the battery no longer works properly)