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it could be a problem with hard drive, try replacing it with a spare hd , if its still the same then maybe you could take out internal battery and put it back in ,even take out mem and put back in at same time of taking out internal battery ,it could help resolving the problems.
remove power cord, pull out battery, press and hold the power button for 10 full seconds. Wait 1 minute, place battery back in and then power cord. Then try it. This should work. If by chance it does not, check your memory chips because an effective one will prevent boot up. You can remove one at a time and try booting to see if one is faulty.
Try this: once you turn on your Acer Laptop, immediately it shows the acer logo on your screen, press 'Esc" button constantly or press the "Esc" button continuously immediately you turn on your laptop.
I am telling you to do this out of experience, but if it does not work, let me know.
check to see how old your laptop is as most hard drive fail and cause this type problem one clue is maybe 1 out of 10 time your computer might boot right, spen the fee to take to a laptop tech as if you continue this problem to the point you hard drive may fail all together and not be able to gather old info to a new harddrive, no you can try the F10 or F11 durring boot up to reload a operating system but if you nknow where to look on you Bios look for your boot up sequnce to make sure it is CD first the hard drive, bet you that you hard drive ios fautly reading a start up command and in that case its a bad sector in the hard drive a new had drive is needed...mine was 150$, and 50$ to diagnois, as I am a bad speller but electronic minded but still take my brain labors to a geek who has seen it and been through the laptop problems as a skill set talent computer repair Guru
Your best play is to restore the machine to the factory settings. To do this, power up the machine and immediately press ALT+F10. From there you will enter Acer eRecovery Management which will give you the option of returning the machine to the factory settings.
WARNING: This will erase everything you had stored on the machine!! ie data files, pictures etc...
Does it sound like it's starting up at all? Is the problem that only the screen turns blank? You might have just disabled the standard output. Try pressing Fn (bottom left on the keyboard) and the F5 on the top a few times to see if the screen toggles back on.
You might also try to run it without the battery, and on the battery only in case it's a faulty battery or power supply that causes the problem.
If not, it sounds lsike a serious problem, so if there is any chance of the waranty still being valid I'd call acer support asap.