Question about Acer Aspire 5100-5033 Notebook
The screen wont boot up
Yes i would say the screen has gone out.go with that and see if it works try another monitior first.good luck.
Posted on Jul 11, 2008
Okay, now ignore everything you just read. Plug the laptop upto an external LCD or monitor and turn it on. Does it come on? if it does then its quite likely that one of 3 things has gone, Your CCFL (backlight), the inverter board that powers it or the the screen as a whole. If you look at it in good light is there a faint background? Also are all of your other system lights coming on and the fans spinning?
Posted on Aug 30, 2007
If the screen is blank remove the battery and the power cord. Wait a minute and plug in the power cord and try it. If it works you can put the battery back in. If it still fails it's probably a bad motherboard.
Posted on Aug 29, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try these troubleshooting tips, they may help.
Power is on, but nobody is home….
This is a common problem I see a lot and there can be multiple problems here. First off, if you have lost the backlight on the LCD, you might not be able to see what is on the screen….LCD makers are making the panels very dark and if the light has failed it is very difficult to see what may be on the screen. Try shining a flashlight on the screen near the bottom and see if you can make out anything on it.
If not, attach the laptop to another monitor using the video output, you may have to toggle through the video outputs on the laptop by using the Fn key + one of the “F” keys….sometimes it is F4. If you see your desktop on the external monitor than your screen may have died but your video card is still good. In this case, change out the screen and inverter.
If you still can’t manage to see a display, then the other issues are a virus or malware that has changed the resolution to one the video card cannot process, in which case, the hard drive would have to be removed, attached to another computer and scanned to remove the bugs.
The video processor or video card has failed on the motherboard. If the computer has not been cleaned and has run hot, the processor can suffer significant damage that can result in this condition.
Work on simple first, until you get to complicated. In the end, worst case scenario is the main board has to be replaced.
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
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