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Re: acer aspire 5610
Remove power supply then remove battery.
then connect to power supply and try to boot, if no luck then remove power supply and press and hold power button on laptop atleast 10 seconds then in the same postion connect the power supply.
if still no luck then you should take a tour to service centre.
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Just sounds like the black screen of death... It happened to me after I turned it off normally.
Here’s what you need:
USB Memory stick (as low as 128mb)
Another PC with a net connection
WinZip, WinRAR, or some other program that can extract zip files.
A quick visit towww.acer.com
Your Acer Aspire One, that will power up/turn on, but the screen
does not come on.
And here’s what you do:
Go to www.acer.com and go through the DRIVER support pages until you
get the Aspire One driver page for your relevant Aspire One model
Click on the tab on the download area that reads ‘BIOS’ even if it
looks like you can’t click on it (their site design grays it out but
it’s there) and download the BIOS file numbered 3310 (it might have
changed version recently but do it) and don’t worry, you can trust this
file, as it’s from Acer directly.
Extract the zip once downloaded and find in the DOS folder the files
‘flashit.exe’ and 3310.fd
When you’s ve found them, rename 3310.fd to ZG5IA32.fd and put this
renamed file and ‘flashit.exe’ onto the USB memory stick
Put the USB in the Aspire One and hold the keys ‘FN’ (function) and
‘Esc’ (escape) and keep them held when you turn the laptop on
Watch the power button and when it starts flashing, press it once
(DO NOT DO ANYTHING ELSE)
You should notice the USB (if it has a light) blinking as well… The
netbook has started ‘flashing’ the BIOS and after about 7 minutes, the
netbook should shutdown and reboot itself and VOILA! The screen should
turn on just fine.
It took my three times but this IS the proper solution! I am now very
happy with my Aspire One that still works!
Try to reinstall your webcam drivers. Go to acer.com, click on "united states", then click on "go". Click on service and support, then click on "driver download". Click "notebook", then "aspire", then "5610", and download all three camera drivers (about 100MB total). Install all three drivers.
Nothing runs on 240volts, execpt some house hold appliances like an electric dryer. I think you bought the wrong adapter. Click the link below & it will take you to your notebook.
Scroll down to "Power". http://support.packardbell.com/uk/item/index.php?pn=P880400301&g=1400
AC Adapter FSP120-1ADE21 Specifications. 07-05-2004
Just hope it hasen't hurt your notebook.