My Acer Veriton 9600G is black out. I've tried to test my processor into other pc and it was good, same thing in my memory.. I've tried placing a new video card and still my screen has no display. When I try to remove my memory to check for possible beep codes, it has one.. It's driving me crazy, when I plug the power cord to the power supply my cpu automatically turns on even if I remove the switch on my board, it still turns on on its own.. What should I do? Help me please...
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Need more info, Give as much detail as you can. What happens when you push the on/off button? Fan spin? LED's Blink? Any thing on the screen? Sound? Does the computer try to start and a second later shut down? Check the power cord, check the AC outlet? Is it on a UPS? Try AC outlet? Can you get to BIOS or Boot Menu? ETC.
Make sure the system has the latest BIOS version from Acer website. Go into the setup utilty and load the system default settings even if you've never changed anything. See if the system responds differently. If it does not, then the problem could be driver related. A good driver update program may have success in finding updated drivers for imbedded devices like USB controllers. There are a few freeware programs available, but the good ones cost money. Hope this helps.
Wowee, what a mess that's caused. The Acer Veriton uses a AMD Athlon 64 X2 4000+ 2 GHz processor, which you can get most anywhere,eBay Amazon. Acer Veriton M410 Motherboard RS690M03 MBV5309001 iswhat your bords called by. Again you can find those on the same sites. But to be frank, if I were going to have to purchase a new MB and CPU, I'd think about a major upgrade in that box. The only other thing you'd need to purchase would be compatible memory sticks. Don't get me wrong - there nothing wrong with your existing system, but, I look at it as an opportunity to switch to a new technology (since you already have the expense) Most any ATX card will fit into that box from Acer, and your hard drive will work fine. Just a thought!!!!.
Black screens can be caused by many things the first bit of video runs through the ram, so try changing the ram or swaping it. the next thing that causes a black screen is the LCD Inverter or the back light bulb to test this is take a flash light and shine it on the screen at an angle and see of you can make any faint images out. Next dis-assemble the laptop and see if the processor is heating up or staying cool.