Question about Acer Aspire 8920-6048 Notebook
After every kind of start: wakeup/restart, blanking the screen occours, as if it was enabled Fn + F6 automatically. It works only after Fn+F6 manually repeated a lot of times. How to disable this behavior ?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Change the settings from the display settings panel. (Right click on the desktop and go to display settings)
You should see 2 monitors graphically represented there.
You can make the monitor that is greyed out active by right clicking on the monitor, and selecting active.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
copy this link in your browser and download file
Unzip the attached file "crisis.zip" & Copy file name " zg5ia32.fd " and " Flashit.exe " to one USB flash disk i.e USB Pen drive
a. Connect the power adapter to laptop
b. Insert USB flash disk i.e Pen drive to one USB port of As One Laptop
c. Press keys Fn + Esc + power button simultaneously
d. Release the power button key when power button LED glows.
e. After LED of power button starts flashing release the keys Fn + Esc
f. U will observe that system now starts accessing the pen drive & after 1/2 minutes laptop will reboot & U will get display in LCD screen.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
Accidental Sleep or Time-Out Mode
You may have inadvertently hit a certain combination of keyboard strokes programmed to send the laptop into sleep or time-out mode. Hitting the space bar, power button, "ESC" or other random key should restore the display.
Low or Dead Battery
Some brands of notebook computers will automatically turn off the screen when their batteries are nearly drained, so they won't completely shut down and lose unsaved data. Plugging in the laptop's power supply should solve the problem; a restart may be required.
Lid-Close Switch Malfunction
The lid-close switch shuts the laptop's display off when the computer is closed and turns it back on when the computer is opened. The switch may be broken or stuck in the closed position.
Inverter Board or Backlight Malfunction
The inverter board in a laptop optimizes the power the computer supplies to the backlight, which illuminates its screen. Also known as a DC inverter or LCD inverter, the inverter board can fail and need replacement, or the backlight may be faulty.
Graphics Card Problems
Your laptop's graphics card translates the computer's actions into the visual representation seen on the screen. Although graphics cards rarely wear or burn out during regular use, dropping or jarring the computer may cause their connections to fail.
hope this helps
Posted on Aug 08, 2012
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