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Restart the Acer Aspire netbook by pressing the "power" button on the netbook's keyboard or by pressing the "CTRL," "ALT" and "DEL" keys at the same time.
During startup, hold down the "F8" function key immediately when you see the "Acer" splash screen and the option for entering "Setup."
Keep pressing the "F8" key until the "Advanced Boot Options" menu appears. If you receive a "keyboard error," restart the Acer Aspire and repeat step 2.
Use the arrow keys to navigate to the "Safe Mode" selection on the "Advanced Boot Options" menu. The arrow keys are located on the right-hand side of the Acer Aspire keyboard.
Press the "Enter" key to execute the "Safe Mode" selection. The Windows operating system will now start in "Safe Mode" and you can perform a system restore or make needed changes to get your Acer Aspire to boot normally again.
Read more: How to Boot Up Acer Aspire in Safe Mode ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_5802430_boot-acer-aspire-safe-mode.html#ixzz1dtOxfxaD
Some motherboards are only upgradable to their allotted amount that board may only handle up to 2 gigs of RAM which is a shame. But this is the way it is. That is why I always check the board memory capacity before I buy computer boards or RAM for them. The beeps indicate error on the slots for the RAM that is why you can start up when you remove ram one at a time and replace. So use the allotted amount of RAM for that board specification or get another mother board that can handle more than 2 gigs of RAM. Sorry for the loss. Thanks for using FixYa! John
okay so 19 volts getting to the board, no boot, this could be a few things make sure the mobo is securely grounded (some boards are picky) make sure that all the cables (20 pin connector and 4 pin connector if there) are connected all the way.
Try maxing out at 2 gigs and try again. It is possible that the motherboard can not address more than 2 gig. If that is the case, the extra gig will respond at the same time as another 1 gig set causing confusion to say the least. I can provide more details if required.
no u dont need look @ the bios>if u insert it properly that should display it if it is not then teh card is bad>or the slot on the board if the solt works with the other card then there is no issue with the slot so replace it rate me solved if its help full thx