Hi suraj here...my lappy model ..is Aspire 3684NWXCi... there is a problem in the button from where i switched on the lappy. i have to press hard that also more than 10 to 15 times in order to start d lappy .whats d solution of that.
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This is the DESKTOP category. If you have a laptop, you've only given HALF the model number. should be ASxxxx-6100 (or whatever yours says.)
I doubt there IS a second audio-out on the Laptop, as MFR's tend not to put REDUNDANT systems in a laptop if they don't have-to, to conserve space. If there were, a second-one, it would be a Digital Audio-out, and would not have the same connector as headphone jacks.
Desktops typically WILL have one in front and one in the back (usually pale-green in color,)...but not lappys.
first,please tell me,are there any beeps? or maybe you have already done this, but remember that many laptops require
that you remove the battery for about 30sec. as well as disconnect the
AC power to reset them. Always try to do this when everything seems
Please let me know if it's working or not,and thanks for using fixya
When you say when i press the button what button are you pressing
have you slid the bluetooth switch over to the on position on your acer and do you actually have bluetooth on the laptop i have a acer 5630 with the bluetooth switch on the front of the laptop but the laptop dosent even support bluetooth so it crazy having the switch there
Acer (General) - FN+F5 Aspire 1000/1640Z/1690/2012 - Launch Keys above the keyboard Aspire 16xx (General) the satellite-like launch button above the keyboard Aspire 2000 Series (less Aspire 2012, See Above) - Button on the Front of the Laptop Aspire 3005 on the lower right-hand side of your laptop Aspire 3500 - Aspire 5612 sliding button on the side of the laptop Aspire 9302 the blue button on the left-hand side of the laptop Aspire 94xx (General) the key found below the Lock key Aspire One, in the lower right corner of the palm rest is a small strip with a picture of an antenna on it. An LED to the right of the strip lights to indicate the wireless is turned on. Aspire One Series ZG5 - Extensa 2000/2500 Series - Far Right launch button above the keyboard Ferrari 3000/3020/3400/4000 - Button on Front of Laptop Travelmate C Series - Far Left hot key and then choose WLAN from menu that appears
If this will still not turn the switch on, try to go to the network connection / network and sharing center. right click on wirless network connection and click diagnose,
then it will prompt you to turn on the switch. Just click on "turn switch on" then windows will ne the one who will on the wireless switch.
you have a corrupted software try to format and reinstall it again, most corrupted system comes from improper shut down sometimes during installation your CD or DVD rom is defective although it is reading and seams working fine try to install your system using other rom drive
laptop adapters are very specific and need to be exactly the same as the manufactures so if the one you switched to is not the same voltage and amp and poliarity you gain the chance of causing permanent damage to your lappy.