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I had a similar problem, but I got a picture before it broke up and went off. The screen was backlit, but no video (screen was receiving some power).
The LCD needs a very stable voltage to work, this is provided through the LCD connector ribbon. In my case the ribbon was damaged and replaced it.
I have had no problem since.
I discovered this through trial and error; I first changed my transformer power supply and then the video inverter card.
You may find the link below helpful as it contains articles that photographically show you how to open the laptop for repairs.
try to boot into safe mode, to do this restart the pc and as it boots hit F8 repeatedly, this will bring a sub menu up and choose safe mode, when in safe mode perform a system restore and take it back a week or so
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Acer 51000 does not have solution other than new mainboard. They have design flow and ATI chip get burned and nothing you can do. Even changing BGA chip does not help all the time, than you have other weird problems like DVDRW/HDD not being recognized. Right solution is to sell it for parts and get some other laptop