I have an Acer Aspire 3502WLCi. For the 6th time it has gone into Hybernation. When I cut off the laptop and leave it plugged in to charge the battery the laptop will not come on for like 2 weeks... then it all of a sudden comes on again. What it going on and how can i fix this? It will currently not come on going on day 8.
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Re: hybernation?? HELP!
Hey, its kinda hard to tell exactly without seeing the laptop, but if you could try this, its a common problem with alot of laptop batterys.
remove the battery from the laptop, usually a switch on the bottom of laptop to remove the battery.
and try running the laptop off the mains without the battery in,
alot of the time that can fix the problem if its a faulty battery.
let me know how you get on,
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Unplug the computer, hold the power button down until the laptop shuts down, then remove the battery. Plug in the charger, and try powering up. If all is okay, shut it back down, unplug it, and reinstall the battery. Then, plug it in and let it fully charge. Restart it, plugged in and with the battery installed. Good luck.
It could have gone into hybernation for more than one reason. Either it has been programmed to or the battery is low. Either way pressing the power button momentarily will get it out, if the power supply is plugged in or the battery is charged. To remove the hybernation option, right hand mouse click on the battery icone on the desktop and change you power settings. Hope that helps.
Unplug the power supply, remove the battery then press the power button 10x or more holding each press for about 10secs. Insert the battery, plug the power supply and turn it on. If it doesn't, repeat the steps. This should remove the static electricity stuck in the mainboard.
If it turns-on, set your laptop to hybernate when you close the lid so you don't need to shutdown it anymore. If it runs out of power while in hybernation, it should start again.
When your laptop goes into hybernation, all files are saved as they were. As soon as you re-start your computer, it will open all files and programs as they were before hybernation started, so YES, you can retrieve everything as it was before.
be sure the computer ios plugged into a charger, to be sure the batteries are charged.
no video on the screen. Reseat the memory one stick at a time in each slot one at a time and try turning on the laptop after each stick reinsertion to see if you get video. If not then the motherboard is bad.