Question about Acer (ACERMOTHERBOARD)
Start up in "safe mode", Click "start" find "control panel" and click on to open. In your list(icons) find "device manager". Right click on , open and click on continue. Click on the box with + next to dispaly adaptors. You graphics card should be there. Right click on it and you should see "disable", if you see "enable" click on that. Right click on it again, then click on "properties". You should see a window with "this device working properly". If this does not help you please provide: Acer model #, what version of windows you're running and, Asus model #, at "add a comment"
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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