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I'm sorry to hear that. It could be a couple of things.Are you getting any beeps? I would first unplug the power cord. Next I would take the cover off to expose the motherboard and computer internals. Not sure what it takes for an acer. Usually there are screws in the back side. By taking them out side cover should come off and expose internals. Check to see if inside is really dusty. If it is, try blowing out with compressed air. I use the kind you buy at office supply. At this point try to take ram stick off and back on. Try powering back on hopefully this did the trick. If not do you have your original discs, I would try booting up with recovery disc and try repairing pc this way. It should step you through it.
Hope this helps
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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