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Re: Screen on Acer laptop keep going off
First of all are you running on battery or ac ? It sounds like you might have a bad charger and your battery is low, so your laptop goes into screen off to conserve battery, and then hibernates. Let me know if this resolves your problem or not.
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Your system is stuck in what is called a reboot loop. This could be caused by a virus infection, a corrupt Windows file, or even a virus. The easiest way to do this if you are unfamiliar is to take it to a local computer shop for a diagnostic. If your system has a restore partition, you could try to restore the system to the original factory condition, however, you will lose all data when performing this operation
go to control panel > power options. Turn off hibernate and sleep mode, change all settings to never sleep and change the setting for "when closing the lid" to "do nothing" sleep mode, hibernation can destroy the registry on these laptops, you are better off turning that garbage off and just letting it run.
push and hold power botton for 10 seconds. First of all when you do get it out of hibernation nerver never never us hibernation again. in fact disable it if you want to loose you computers hard drive keep it up . it is the worst thing to do. put it in standby ot turn off. i am serious.!!!!
it sounds like your most likely having trouble with the hibernate feature try this
start>>control panel>>power options>> click on the hibernate tab un check enable hibernate mode
this should fix your issue
Right click anywhere on the desktop, open the screen saver tab, click on the power button at the bottom. You'll see a box that reads monitor, set this to never. That should take care of the screen shutting down. As far as the orange light, I'm guessing that's the battery light, and it's time for a new battery.(It should be green and flashes orange when the battery no longer works properly)
Your PC is looping back to the windows splash screen, you will never get it to bootup like it is supposed to. Your OS is corrupt, you need to reinstall your OS, there is a way to do so provided you have the disks to reinstall the OS. Now if you have data or files you need, when reinstalling you can choose to reinstall the OS keeping all existing data files intact, you must make certain to read closely when you get to this point!