Question about Acer Computers & Internet
I'm assuming that you have it plugged into the power adapter.
First, is the power adapter putting out the required voltage (about 18 volts)?
If so, then you are looking at one of two things: The DC-in jack on the computer had become unattached from the motherboard or the motherboard has failed. In a laptop, it is not uncommon for the DC-in jack to fail if the computer is constantly being moved around and plugged in and unplugged numerous times.
My suggestion to minimize this is to plug the laptop in and charge it. Then run on batteries until it needs to be recharged. When plugged in, be sure there is slack in the cord and it is out of the way so it's not being pulled by accident.
Posted on May 12, 2010
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