I was running Itunes and it froze. I had to shut my computer down, and tried to start up again and it won't. I can't even get any screen display.You can hear it starting, see the hard drive indicator light start, then stop suddenly. It is powered up, and even tried putting in the recovery disc and it tries to log on that, but same thing happens, the HD light comes on for sec, you can hear the cd turning, but then it stops. No opening screen display of any kind. This is a new hard drive, recently replaced and has been working fine. Computer is 3 years old.
ELVIS...I have this information on my acer aspire 5315..." WARNING...RocketDock had trouble loading your icons last time it was run. Should RocketDock load the default icons?' It has a yes or no option but i have selected these on different occasions but still it is not responding. Please help
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Reinstall your video driver just go the site of your Laptop manufacture. Once there enter the model number OR service tag of the laptop then request driver (usually found in the web site's "Support Section"). There you should be able to find all the drivers for your model laptop Check for registry issues Start the computer in safe mode and run System Restore If this didn't help you then simply get the Intel software partner reliable program "RegInOut" to fix these errors which causing black screen. Thanks
holding the fn key on boot will start the pre boot diagnostics if theyre clean then the heatsink and fan need cleaned out as they get blocked with dust, there should be a panel that you can remove on the back
Make sure the cooling fan for the laptop is not obstructed in any way or is not dirty. It's pretty common for a laptop to get plugged with dirt from normal use. Get a can of air and blow the machine out to remove dirt, lint or debris.
You could also have a defective battery, but try cleaning the machine first.
Check the heat sink..if its not properly insatlled the somputer reaches the warning temp and shuts down the processor to prevent damage..you may have to replace it if its damaged..heatsinks dont cost much..
Could be this is a driver error on boot up, when it starts to boot up keep pressing F8, this will bring up the safe mode menu, look for the line and highlight 'Last Known Good Configuration' and press Enter.
If this works all is well, but if not press F8 again o boot up but this time highlight the line 'Start Windows in Safe Mode'.
If the laptop then boots up in safe mode without shutting down, run your anti virus and spyware programmes.
If non found and the laptop still has'nt crashed, then it's a driver problem (as not all the drivers load up in safe mode) and you will need to try a system restore to before the problem started.