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Use a multi-compartment container, for the various screws you will remove. Label each compartment for the area the screw/s come out of. SOME screws look VERY similar to other screws! Advise do NOT mix them up.
Take photos, or use a video camera if available. Use good lighting. Make notes if you need to. Have a personal record of what YOU did to refer back to, instead of just a Service Manual, and/or instructionals.
Just an idea.
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It is possible that there is a problem with the connection from your power supply going to the main board of your laptop. This is rather a technical problem and my best recommendation is to bring your laptop to a technician and have them check it.
I had the same problem with my two daughter's Aspires. You'll have to get onto Acer's website
www.acer.com.au/helpdesk (Australia) and download 6 pages of "Updating the Bios on the Aspire One".
You will need a flash (thumb) drive no larger than 2GB to boot your Aspire eventually.
I'm currently having problems with the batteries not charging at all.
Don't know the solution yet, but if this ever happens to you, don't go out and buy a replacement
battery like I did. The battery still isn't recognised.
Hope this helps you in some way.
Plug first you computer o rather laptop to your TV with the right cable then right click to your desktop. Select properties then select settings then in the display drop down box choose number two click apply and hit ok.
Then before you close the lid...hit FN (color blue key)
then hit f5....it will switch to your LCD to your TV. Enjoy.
I was unable to turn my acer aspire 3690 on no matter what I tried the lights came on and the fan ran but no monitor no sounds.... searched the internet and reboted ect... Did you know acer aspires (mine at least ) has a screen lock? try pressing F12 and fn duh! I thought the mother board was shot.... my 4 year old had locked me out of it! Much easier than replacing the mother board huh?