After about 8-10 min the computer shuts down ,it was diagnosed by a service rep as Motherboard problem and needs a new complete motherboard since it is not repairable? My e mail is : firstname.lastname@example.org. This unit i just 2 years old and was seldom used (only for traveling)
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That's often the sign of a worn-out or defective battery. They appear to charge but don't store enough energy to work. It's also possible the motherboard's power circuit isn't working. The only way to know for sure is to have a known good battery as a test, or to try your battery in another computer. If your computer works with a good test battery, or your battery causes another computer to shut down, you know you need a new battery. If the trouble continues with a good test battery, you'll need to have the computer serviced.
tapping the F8 key. The Windows Advanced Options Menu appears. If you
begin tapping the F8 key too soon, some computers display a
error" message. To resolve this, restart the computer and try
that the Safe mode option is selected.
Enter. The computer then begins to start in Safe mode.
are finished with all troubleshooting,
close all programs and restart
the computer as you normally would.
If this does not work you
will probly have to go back to factory settings
You first should check to make sure it's the LCD and not the video/motherboard. However possible, hook the laptop up to an external monitor (flat panel or CRT, either one will work). If the problem doesn't present on the external monitor, you have a bad LCD.
If the problem persists even on the external, you have a video/motherboard problem. Since most laptops have integrated video, the motherboard will most likely be your culprit.
Have your DVD Rom checked..I had a similar problem XP not loadin... It was because of compatibility of the rom... like wise it could be a mother board problem..
have it checked up by an acer service person