Maybe Its Just Updating Something Im Not Quite Sure Have You Tried Pressing The'Esc' Button ? That Should Let You Return To Your Normal Screen . If There Is No Sign Of Improvement , Then I Suggest You Contact The Make Of Your Laptop/Pc & Im Sure They Will Give You Free Advice.
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This can be relative of a fault in the hardware or a corrupt OS. If the PC boots up and then shuts off then check if using the ESC on start up the menu opens up to set up the CMOS settings. Check for error in time if so check for faulty back up battery- button cell within for the bios. If this works the OS must load up with the display screen but if the PC shuts the hardware is faulty. Check with mains power back up to confirm if this is battery issue. However if the screen load without the OS loading the OS must be reinstalled after formating the drive.
I am working on the idea that you may of lost your recovery disks i apologize if i have it wrong if so
Please try starting up the laptop by pressing the power on key as well as the alt as well as the F10 key
this will hopefully take you into the acer recovery management acer factory recovery sometimes has a password on it and if you have not personally set one then try entering 000000 that is 6 zero,s
en follow the on screen instructions
but you will loose all data or files that you have put into the laptop unless you have stored them on a 2nd hardrive
could be a number of things. Lets try to narrow it down.
When you turn on the computer do you see the hard drive light blinking at all? If not, i am leaning towards a failed motherboard. If there is a blinking or solid hard drive light try to hold a flashlight up to the screen to see if you can see any images. If the backlight (or ignitor) for the screen goes out, many times you can make out the screen if you hold a light source close to the screen.
Let us know that info and maybe we can help out a little further.
It seems that some critical windows system files have got corrupted and the 'rocket' seems to be an add on used to change the windows interface to look like vista or windows 7. The only way to recover will be to use the original OS CD/DVD to boot up your computer and use the repair &/or reinstall option. This leaves all programs & data intact, i.e. as it was, but just replace the original system files.
Go here, http://support.acer-euro.com/drivers/notebook/as_4315.html
and download the BVGA driver for your operating system. Install that and then set your resolution. That will fix your screen for you.