Question about Acer Aspire™ T180 PC Desktop
My LCD screen has both DVI
cable and VGA. I've been using the VGA that was plugged to my 8600GT
PCI video card's DVI port via a VGA-DVI adapter. I decided to use a DVI
cable so I remove the VGA cable and use a DVI cable to plug directly
into my 8600GT PCI card. When I did that my PC asked for a driver so I
reinstalled the driver for the 8600GT PCI card. When it was done. My PC
freeze on the desktop (VISTA) nothing was working. I reboot the PC and
now nothing comes up in the screen not even the ACER logo or any thing.
The LCD says no signal.. My PC does not even shutdown the way it was.
The fan was not even working except the built in fan on the PCI video
card. Now my PC is completely dead. What should I do next? The only way to turn the PC off now is to unplug the AC cable. It wont turn off even if I press the power button for more than 5 secs.
try to use the VGA port again so that we can isolate the problem. hold the power button down for more that 5 seconds.
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
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