Acer TravelMate 803LCi Laptop Notebook. Display-Screen Wobbles About. I think this is a purely mechanical problem. On
opening the screen it is impossible to get it to
"lock" into any selected position (it flops back
and forth 3 to 4 inches around whatever position
is selected). It is a real nuisance - I had Acer
look at it and they seemed to have fixed it, but
the fault returned within a few weeks. I have
tried to tighten up the two small screws (hidden
beneath black rubber plugs)that push onto either
end of the hinge at the bottom of the screen, but
they are already tight. If anyone knows of
anything else that can be done then I'd certainly
appreciate hearing from you.
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press fn button and with up-arrow increase brightness ,,, in windows open display settings by right clicking on the desktop (intel or nvidia properties ) acer 4320 could have nvidia or intel ... increase the brightness and the contrast or load the default settings ,,, use external monitor if need ...
Try holding down the Function key (Fn), then pressing F5. Wait a few seconds. On most laptop, each press of the F5 key will toggle between laptop display only, projector only and Dual (same image on both - my favorite).
You'll probably see a little Monitor-shaped icon on the F5 key. It's possible it's another function key - on Dells it's usually F8.
Hi Prince, has your laptop experienced a squeeze or fall recently? I have a few suggestions. Plug another monitor into the VGA or DVI connection on your laptop. See if you are getting the same problem. If everything is working fine on the external monitor you would have eliminated the drivers being the problem. I suggest getting the LCD display changed. If your laptop is under warranty, you can get this done for free. However, if it is not under warranty you may have to replace it either yourself or take it to a local Acer specialist. If you chose to install the new display yourself, there are handy tutorials on removing and installing the screen on the Acer website. I have noticed that many times the Acer TravelMate Notebooks have experienced display issues. I hope you get your problem resolved soon.
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Try reseating the RAM modules first. The RAM may be faulty or reseating to make proper electrical connection. Get the RAM tested in another laptop or at your friendly computer shop.
Can you get into the BIOS configuration?
Did you power up the monitor first then the laptop? This method will divert the video information to the external video port first automatically.
If you don't get an image on the monitor and the hard drive doesn't appear to be spinning, then you could have a faulty motherboard.
.hi, if the projector connector is a "D" type same like your monitor, then u will have to adjust the display card properties and select a compatible monitor, or select TV if ur laptop has a Video out.also try out pal/ntsc selections. if it does not work , let meknow all the avilable connectors on the laptop.we'll figure it out, dont worry