Working on laptop-removing spyware. it went into a sort of hibernate state, and will not come back out. I have tried hard crashing it, and when I remove all power, then plug it back in, (leaving batt. out) it turns on automatically, but nothing comes on then screen.
Your drive is split in 2 in half just hit acer key thats one them 4 keys up buy the switch just under it will set computer back just like new with out haveing to do a disk reformat you will lose your saves stuff tho its easy fast thats why hey split the drive
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Make sure you have the HDD in the same state as it was on Hibernating. If it was removed after Hibernation, it will not be 'seen' by the PC. Everything that was connected during Hibernation MUST be connected again when starting the machine so the O/S can follow the route.
First thing to try is to remove the battery and disconnect the AC adapter. Press the power button for a full 10 seconds to drain residual power from the capacitors on the board. Give it 5 mins then put the AC adapter and battery back in and give it a try. You might also refine your hibernation settings - I had a 5000 which is similar and finally turned hibernation off. Also check for a pin switch that the lid pushes down when it closes to see if something is holding the switch down when the lid is raised. I dont remember if that model has a mechanical push switch or a magnetic. Magnetic shouldnt do it but mechanicals are very prone to getting stuck.
remove the battery and adapter. press power button for 30 sec. then connect the adapter. press power button. if this didnt work. you need to ask for an help of a local tech to check for the video card and cable.
if it boots up to your operating system
control panel---->power options--->change plan setting--->
Turn off the display-never
Put the computer to sleep-never
control panel---->power options--->change plan setting--->advanced power setting
-set hard disk "turn off hard disk after" to never
-set Sleep "Sleep after" to never
-set hybrid sleep setting to off
-set hibernate after setting to never
Hibernation usually happens when the battery goes flat. It may have nothing to do with the software. Please ensure the laptop is well connected and the battery is charging. And then try to turn it on again. If I'm wrong and the application you purchased is actually a malware in disguise, then I'd suggest you try to boot with a recovery CD and then uninstall the application. Unless there is physical disc damage that the malware caused it should be able to turn on. Hope it all goes well. If my ideas help you, please do rate me. Thanks
It's possible that the laptop is stuck thinking it should be resuming from standby but cannot find the data in memory. Remove the battery, unplug the power cord, and hold down the power button for at least 10 seconds. Then plug JUST the power cord back in and try to boot the system. If you still get no response then it's possible that one of your RAM sticks is going bad. With the battery and power cord removed try removing both sticks of RAM. Then try to boot the system again with only the power cord in use and no RAM installed. See if you get some sort of response from the BIOS. Hold down the power button to turn the computer off again, remove the power cord, and then try booting the system with just one of the memory sticks installed. If you can isolate one of the sticks as causing the failed boot, then that stick is most likely faulty.
my toshiba laptop went into sleep hibernation mode,& all i could get was the cursor on screen but nothing else, omg could not get it out of this mode for about 5-10 minutes,so i held the on/off button down for 10 seconds until it definately switched off,then was able to be reboot the laptop,but took some time doing this......