My laptop loads in the background of the screen which is blank it was sometimes coming on at times when i plug into the power cord and reboot the system the screen would come on... Now its not coming on at all. Help thanks I have not dropped it or over used it at all.. It is an acer 5100-3583 series model BL51... any solutions would be helpful since its still practically new..oh yeah i also tried to plug a monitor in the external port to still be able to use it and the monitor would not come on either..... I am at a lost not only of money mind and knowledge on this subject...
I am having the same problem, and I'm still looking for a permanent solution, but......
as a temporary fix, I had to boot in safe mode then disable the nVidia display device from the device manager. I can now use the computer as normal, but I have bad resolution and can't use the svideo out. I'm hoping there isn't a hardware problem.
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SOUNDS LIKE YOUR NHARD DRIVE IS DAMAGED.BUT FIRST I WOULD TRY TO GO INTO THEBIOS BY USING DEL,F1,F2,F10,OR,F12THEN RESET THE BIOS TO DEFAULT, SETTINGS AND SAVE AND EXIT MAKE SURE YOU HAVE NO DISKS IN YOUR DRIVES AND NO FLASH DRIVES OR SD CARD ATTACHED.THEN REBOOT.IF THAT DONT WORK TRY REINSTALLING OR GO TO THE HARD DRIVE SITE THATS IN THE LAP TOP AND DOWN LOAD THEIR HARD DRIVE TEST BOOT PROGRAMS.
Not sure but it sounds like the hard drive is causing the problem. Lap tops are set up so that any problems with them they shut down, and a bad hard drive will shut you down the way you are describing. The only test i know for this is to remove the hard drive and see if you can get the computer to at least boot. If you can with no hard drive then it usually means the drive has failed. Not sure if this will help, but hope it helps.
I think it is a prob with the mother board.........no need t change RAM or hard drive........they dont cause this type of prob. Ur mother board is not accepting the shutdown command. Try the following command in command prompt:
If your os is Vista try this.Use your vista restore disk.Put it in your cd-dvd player and run it .When it ask you what do you want it to do select start up repair.Repair will run,then your system will reboot.If this doesn't work i would check your lcd inverter or lcd panel.
This generally indicates that a sector in the hard drive has failed, and the hard drive will need to be replaced. With a bad sector the drive reads to the point of the bad sector and past the bad sector, but can't put the info together, so it tries to boot, but can't. Unfortunately, your only option is replacing the hard drive.