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Google "getting into the bios of an acer aspire" and it will have different ways in trying to reboot. Try that and see what happens. If that doesn't work, then come back and then someone will figure something else to do for you. OK?.
It seems that you have already did the basic troubleshooting for your laptop. Now, all I can advise is for you to bring your laptop to a service center near you to further check the circuitry and the board.
Hello there: These screens have a very fine neon tube that runs thought the screen and over time these will blow out expecially if the lid is slammed down or the laptop has been dropped there is also a inverter that runs the tube that sits on the motherboard that can go out too But not too much SO what you are going to have the screen or the inverter serviced and have the necesary parts replaced by a qualified technician ok? I hope this has been very helpful for you> Best regards Michael