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To isolate the issue, try to boot to the BIOS screen by tapping on F2 on boot. If it goes to the BIOS and does not restart, you have good hardware components. If the issue is still eminent in the BIOS, then you have a problem with your processor. You need to have it replaced.
If it is not hardware, we need to further isolate. Boot to Safe Mode by tapping on F8 on boot. Choose either safe mode or safe mode with networking.
No issues on safe mode: then the problem is with the advanced software. Try to remember when the issue started. Restore your computer setting to previous date before the issue started. (start > Programs > Accessories > System Tools > System Restore). Once you have booted to normal mode, do not forget to update your security software and scan your system.
If there are issues with safe mode: There is bigger problem with your OS. Try system restore as well. Hopefully this fixes the issue. If it does not, you need to reformat your system.
Have you tried booting into Safe Mode? You can do this by pressing/tapping the 'F8' key after the bios screen (Acer Screen) comes up. If it does you boot correctly then, you can try to restore the system to an earlier date using System Restore. That's located in the start menu/windows orb at All Programs->Accessories->System Tools->System Restore
Try start up in Safe Mode press F8. Choose Safe Mode, when at the choice window, to select either Safe Mode Desktop, OR System Restore, chooses system restore and choose a time before you had the "Problem" and follow instructions. This should get you back.
First when you power up the computer press F8 key then enter in enable vga mode. If you are able to enter then go to start menu->control panel->display property ->settings. Change screen resolution to 1024*768 then apply and ok. But if you are not able to see safe mode and other menu. Then open cpu cabinet . Refix RAM memory. Pull cmos cell from motherboard for 10 minutes. Reattach all connection harddrive. Open processor fan and processor remove dust from all parts. Make sure motherboard is not ground with cabinet. Remove PCI cards if any. After all above still same then change RAM then try. Let me know if you need further assistance. Thanks for using FixYa.
First open cpu cabinet then REFIX RAM memory.
Pull cmos cell for 10 minutes then all settings are defaults.
Then reconnect vga cable from your monitor to cpu vga port.
Then when you power up press continue F8 key so you can see safe mode and other menu then enter in enable vga mode then go to control panel then dispaly property then settings then change screen resolution to 1024*768 then apply and ok.
Then restart and check .
Actually, the monitor is fine. The problem is that the computer isn't booting. The power comes on and the fans spin, but the system board isn't starting. Try reseating the memory modules in their sockets and clearing the CMOS memory using the jumper on the system board. If the problem continues, try another power supply. Finally you may need to replace the system board.
Start tapping the F8 key during boot, and choose Safe Mode right click on the desktop to get the dropdown menu then go to properties click on the settings tab then the advanced tab then the monitor tab and lower the screen refresh rate click apply