Really no problem. I just received my Acer Aspire x1200- 1510 computer and was interested in obtaining an installation manual written in English. I received no manual and was in hopes to get one so I won't foul anything up in making the installation.
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Hello,<br /><br />Simple click on the below link and you will find the dis-assembly guide for Acer Aspire M3910(G). This is actually the service guide for this computer but you would find the dis-assembly guide on Chapter 3, that is, page 34 to 52 of the service guide on the link below.<br /><br />This
manual is in PDF format and because of its volume, it might take some
time for the manual to load completely. How fast the manual will open
shall be determined by your system speed/configuration<br /><br /><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><a href="http://www.support.acer.com/acerpanam/Manuals/acer/2010/ServiceGuides/SG_Aspire_M3910_Book_03272010.pdf">http://www.support.acer.com/acerpanam/Manuals/acer/2010/ServiceGuides/SG_Aspire_M3910_Book_03272010.pdf</a><br /><br /></span><span>The manual might take some time to load completely because its large. So you have to be a bit patient for it to load.<br /><br /></span>I hope this is helpful to those interested in this guide.<br /><br />Good luck.
Either the RAM is not compatible or not inserted correctly. Try removing and reseating both modules, if no change try with only one stick then switch and try just the other to see if the problem is just with one. You could also try resetting the BIOS to factory defaults.
the acer aspire's onboard video doesn't have 3D excelleration, and i'm almost sure that they don't support pci express video either, but, i might be wrong, go into your local computer parts supplier, let them know what you have and they will let you know
Check that all the power supply units are switched on( Wall Plug, UPS, CPU), If all is ok and the problem exists, replace the CMOS battery.( if the sys works replace your CMOS Battery, configure the cmos settings also)