When I turn my acer aspire 5920 on it comes up with a blue screen telling me that if this is the first time i have seen this screen i should restart my computer but before i get the chance to it restarts itself and the same screen comes up again. Please help!
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If you show a Blue Screen, you have more problems then it not being able to turn off/shut down?? I would back out the battery so as to stop power from getting to it, AFTER you have it unplugged..then push battery back into to engage, plug the AC cord back into the PC. turn it back on and IF you still show a BLUE screen, you will need a tech to check it further...GOOD LUCK...
try to remove cables and battery , then press and hold the power button for 8 secs. Reinsert the cables and battery back, then turn it on. If no power, then that propels you to contact Acer for repair because power supply won't work on your laptop..
Hi there, please restart your laptop when its booting press F8 key . You will find few option asking for selection. Select that by using up/down arrow key. Select " Last know good configuration" & press Enter. Next page asking for selecting operating system, for example: windows vista or Windows XP etc. Just select the operating system & press Enter again. ( Hope your laptop showing only one operating system ). Your laptop will start normally. If again that's blue error screen come then remove the RAM, clean it by soft napkin, Fix it back on ram slot & on power button. If nothing changes then format the Operating system & reinstall again.
Check the refresh rate of both the vid card in the laptop and of the tv--make sure they match--most older tv's run at a refresh rate of 60htz and blue ray players at 128htz meaning they are incompatible--good luck hope this helps