Hy, I have some problems with my acer laptop. When I turn it on, I can enter in Bios, using F2 key, and inside the bios I can use all of the buttons, but when it's loaded in Windows XP, the touchpad and the keyboard was blocked. I've tried another OS, but the same problems apper. But if I put an external mouse via USB, that is working, and if I'm using the laptop without battery, so directly connected to power source, then the touchpad and the keyboard has no more problems...I don't know what's the problem, maybe the battery causing some confliction, or...:-? Can U help me? Thanks
Just resolved same problem on Acer Aspire 5000 by removing the battery, then goto device manager and disable "Microsoft ACPI-Compliant Control Method Battery" you can then put your existing battery back into the latop with any problems with the keyboard and touchpad. Mad solution I know but it worked for me
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In order for you to rectify if its the display problem meaning the you monitor or if it is your harddrive where your OS is currently installed, try to go to BIOS and see if your display is working there properly..how?
*Turn the Acer Aspire One computer on. Restart the computer if it is already on.
*Press the "F2" key on the keyboard to enter the BIOS utility as soon as the "Acer" logo appears on the display.
*Press the arrow keys to navigate throughout the BIOS menus. Press "Enter" make a selection.
*Press the "F10" key when finished to exit the BIOS.
once rectified that it isnt the display that causing the problem then, it must be your harddrive or the OS itself (if OS is the problem then you have to reformat your computer)
Hope this will help.. :)
Hi! Sorry, I hope I was not too late. You can fix priority order
issue by restoring the default value of BIOS. You can do that by doing
the steps below: 1. Reboot your Acer Aspire 5315 notebook. 2. Wait about 30 seconds until you see the Acer logo on your laptop screen. 3. Press the "F2" key on the keyboard to enter the Acer Aspire 5315 laptop BIOS menu. 4. Select the BIOS option "Load Default Setting" using the arrow keys on your keyboard. Then press "Enter." 5. Press the "F10" key to save the BIOS that is reset to the factory default settings. Hope this helps.
1. Click "Start," "Turn Off Computer" and then "Restart", if it is on.
If your computer is off, turn it on by pressing the power button above
2. Press the "F2" function key on your computer's keyboard to enter the BIOS utility.
3. Use the laptop's right arrow key to scroll to "Main." Confirm that
the "D2D Recovery" is "Enabled." If the D2D option is "Disabled," scroll
down to the option using the down arrow key. Press "Enter" to change the option to "Enabled."
4. Use the laptop's right arrow key to scroll to "Exit." The "Exit
Saving Changes" option will be highlighted. Press "Enter" to save the
settings and exit the BIOS utility. Your Acer Aspire will restart.
Reformatting the Acer Aspire
1. Press the "ALT" and "F10" keys together while your computer is
restarting and the Acer logo is showing to enter the Acer Aspire's
2. Follow the on-screen prompts. Your laptop's hard drive will reformat
and the original applications will be reinstalled. Your computer will
restart after the reformatting process is complete.
3. Enter your name and other personal information when prompted during the Windows operating system setup process.
if it does'nt work at all, use a usb mouse to do this proceedure.
Go to my computer, right click>properties>hardware tab>device manager, then look down the list for mice and pointing devices, click the '+' sign and right click on your touchpad and select uninstall, do the same on the keyboard line and then restart the pc, remove usb mouse.
Both touchpad and keyboard will be reinstalled and then ready to use again
Hard power-off (hold the power button until the laptop turns off) Unplug the AC adaptor Remove the battery Plug in the AC adaptor Hold ctrl and turn the power on. You should arrive at a black screen. Hard power-off again, then turn the power on.