Hi! I think I have the same problem that you did with your laptop.
Not sure if you'll even get this, but if you do I would appreciate any advice that you have! I have an HP zt3000 and yesterday I suddenly started getting a "non system disk or disk error". I think it was something I did with the CD-ROM drive, because I kinda forced it open whilst the computer was rebooting and then suddenly that message appeared.
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The port was pulled, tugged, yanked, by the cord? You could open the laptop and try to repair the damage if you have the tools and expertise. Other wise I would contact Samsung or a qualified repair person.
Not a lot of info here, but I'll do my best. Try booting it when you have it plugged into the power adapter. If it will boot up that way but not boot after you think you've charged the battery sufficiently, the problem lies in your battery, and you'll need to purchase a new one. If it won't boot even when connected to the adapter, you have a much more serious problem which could range from the power connection being worn and not recognizing that the adapter is inserted to a hard drive malfunction (which I doubt because I would think you'd at least get some type of screen that comes up before the laptop boots) to motherboard issues due to the laptop getting dropped or immersed in water, etc. In any of these cases you'll need to take it to a local repair shop to have them analyze it, but be prepared to lose all of your data depending on the situation.
Click on the link below and choose the operating system from the drop down list on the left hand side. Then choose the sound driver from the drop down list from the right and them click on the audio driver link.
Even though you bought the laptop used, you can try going to www.acer.com and leave a message they may be able to give you more advice.
I am thinking it could be the DVD drive or maybe even a memory issue, not really sure, maybe you need to add more memory, I think Acer will be able to help.