Question about Acer Aspire One AOD150-1920 Netbook
It may well have overheated and if it did it could have damaged the uProcessor. Before you condemn it to the bin, remove the power sources. Remove the hard drive and Ram.
Power it up on an AC adapter. At this point the laptop should complete POST and be asking "Where are my things". and offer you the BIOS menu.
If it does, remove the power source and install the RAM. Start it up again and it should ask for the hard drive.
Power it down, fit the hard drive and power up.
If it fails at this point it has a hard drive error or if it failed with the RAM a RAM error.
Hope that helps.
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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