Two days ago my acer was locked after running out the battery, then when I went to switch it on, acer screenshoot was fixed in the screen and time pass by, then i tried to switch off by pressing bottom for a while, nothing happend, so I removed the battery...until now
Now the laptop is not able to switch on, screen is always black, the frontal led is blinking from green to orange, but nothing happens...
what can I do, please??
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hi, remove the battery and press and hold the power switch for 10 seconds, reinsert the battery and then restart, this should fix it. If it doesnt, plug in second regular monitor to the vga port on the laptop and see if it displays anything. Good luck!
if it works out, remove nortons and get the free Avast Home edition. its way better for older systems.
Were you working with laptop in battery mode, not plugged in a/c power? You could have drained your internal DC battery & at the same time damaged your B.I.O.S. [button type] battery inside the laptop. that the computer goes into POST means that it is trying to FIND itself, not finding the graphics card, it does not know what type of 'picture' ( usually black screen with ""DOS"" words ) to show you. 1st- turn laptop on, you should see name,what type of cpu (the "inner " workings of computer) and sometimes the amount of memory (clicking like a digital timer) If not, don't worry. Press f1,or DELETE, ESCAPE (ESC), or read your book to find the KEY to puts you into SETUP. There should be a menu and somewhere there are DEFAULT. USE THOSE! Reboot to see results.
Is your laptop still under warranty? I would go to the manufacturer first if it is. If not: the system clock is run by the CMOS battery. When low will cause a host of problems. Change it and let me know if this fixes your problem.