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it could be a problem with hard drive, try replacing it with a spare hd , if its still the same then maybe you could take out internal battery and put it back in ,even take out mem and put back in at same time of taking out internal battery ,it could help resolving the problems.
Connect an external monitor and use the computer to check the screen settings. If changing the settings doesn't fix the problem, the screen or the lamp driver needs to be replaced. I have seen many Aspire One with screen problems, appears to be quite common.
sounds like the internal video card has a direct feed problem, it plays on external. while screen is hooked to external check control panel for main screen dianostics. You have to live with it untill it fails altogether. Internal video is starting to fail. time for new laptop
Hi, if it works with an external monitor it's more likely an LCD problem. When you push the power button, noting comes up on the main LCD screen? not even the Acer logo etc.?
Did you set your video card to use an external monitor and disabled the primary LCD? If so, you need to go to display settings, advanced and go to ATI Display and make sure that the notebook monitor is on.
What new softwares or updates have you just done on the Aspire 3000,You need SP 2 Updates to function properly...
Change cmos back to default and then reboot
don't touch cmos anymore
FOLLOW THESE STEPS
after start up.
go to desk top
right click on the desk top
display properties opens on themes
Now with Both screens attached and powered up
box 1 displayed will allow you to adjust the properties here.
Adjust to the smallest settings first should be 800x600
and this will allow you to independantly set sizes of image for each screen.At 800x600 both screens will be identical in size in the menu box.
Screen Number # 1
click Idendify,& number 1 should appear on your screen
select compatibilty click apply without restart and OK
Screen Number # 2
DO the same process as Screen Number # 1
image size here needs to be 800x600 too
If your video does not run it will be the screen settings I have just talked about unless you have other softwares as a default.
Remove the other softwares and try again.
You should be able to save the settings for a dual output or set output to individually operate either or.....
I hope this helps your situation,
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Thanks for the response, turn it off and remove the battery/power supply, now take one of the cards out, now put the battery/power supply back in and switch it on, if it still does not work, do the same again but put the other card back in and take the other one out, now switch on.