I have a problem with my laptop,the screen freezes and fades out I have to constantly "tweek" the screen,(push top right corner and pull the top left corner for the computer to work ,any ideas?Thanks,Ronnie McCune
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Re: acer 3003lci laptop
From what you describe its likely cause is the connector from the LCD panel to the electronics has oxidation or a loose connection. Sometimes if you?re lucky the flexing test might even fix the problem, but apparently not in your case. What you will have to is either take it apart to find out exactly what is going on or take it to the local authorized repair shop. Your laptop is a relatively new design so I would check to make sure the manufacturers warranty is not in effect before I tried either one of those options.
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This problem is caused by Word opening the document in "reading view," which is a new way of viewing documents added in Word 2013. This view restricts you from editing the document (it is intended as a sort of e-reader type view).
To edit the document, you simply need to switch to the normal "print layout" view. You can do this by clicking the View tab at the top and then clicking Edit Document. (You can also click the "print layout" view button at the bottom-right corner of the window, next to the "zoom" control.)
Try holding the fn & F5 buttons down for a good few seconds.
Try fn and F7 too.
Right-click on the desktop and choose properties, and see if the 2nd monitor is recognised or not.
It might be a duff VGA cable, or crappy MS drivers instead of the real thing. Always worth downloading some fresh ones.
has your computer bin dropped before because it might be some lose wires or a piece broken somewhere in the computer if a part inside the screen is broken you will have to buy a new screen all together
sounds like locking up on boot, hence why nothing happens when you hit F2, try tapping F2 as soon as you push power button, if still hanging, you may need to take it to get looked at, could be a number of things causing it to lock up
Try re installing both, while in safe mode go to my computer, right click>properties>hardware tab>device manager and go down the list to keyboard,click '+' and right click on keyboard and select uninstall.
Re start laptop and see if it works ok.
Do the same for the mouse, but look for the line mouse and other pointing devices and uninstal and restart.
try also updating the drivers.