Question about Acer Computers & Internet
Press crtl, alt, and del if it doesn't work, try pressing F8 then choose start windows normally.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It seems your hard drive has corupted.
This sucks, all you have to do is push ALT F10 and then go through the reseting menu, you will loose everything on there though except the original data.
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
I had this problem recently with my Acer Extensa 5620. I backed up all my data to a portable hard drive, then reinstalled Windows. I hooked up the portable HD with the intention of running a virus scan before transferring everything back over, only to find that the screen was still blank even with the Windows reinstall -- yet I was able to get the boot screens like you've been. After trying a few different things I ended up shipping my laptop to Acer in Texas and they found that the hard drive had gone bad and gave me a new one (thankfully I was still within my 1-year warranty period so it only cost me the shipping to Texas -- they paid the return shipping).
Your problem sounds identical to mine and the new hard drive fixed me right up. I recommend talking to Acer and either shipping your laptop to them for diagnostics or they can probably hook you up with a local service center (they offered me the option of taking mine to Best Buy for service, but I don't trust them). If you're within warranty it should only cost you shipping; if you're not there will likely be a fee but it sounds like the hard drive is the problem.
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
SOURCE: acer estensa 5620
Might be something wrong with your display settings. Between the Acer logo and Microsoft logo, try pressing F8 about twice per second. A menu appears. Use the arrow keys and choose the one with "VGA-mode" using the enter-key. Wait while the computer boots. Set a compatible display resolution for your display.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
It's very likely that a solder joint or a cable was rattled loose when the top was slammed. Usually an inexpensive fix as long as no real damage was done to the computer. It needs to be taken in to a shop to be diagnosed properly. Remember, all shops will charge a bench fee to diagnose a problem. Find one that will apply the diagnostic test fee toward the repair fee if you have them fix it.
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
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