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this problem is mostly due to viral problem you can try these in ORDER
1)you can restore ur data by restoring your pc by pressing F8 when it displays the acer logothen select repair computer there > enter password > select system restore>select the required restore point(or you can choose system image recovery if you r already created a system image) 2you need reinstal your windows To reinstall*insert windows disk*press F12 when acer logo appears>select boot from dvd/rw>press any key to start installationfollow the instructions....
a Windows 7 driver was never developed/released for the x5470 however the company did produce a Vista driver which they certified as Windows 7 compliant.
You can download the driver here- http://support.lexmark.com/index?locale=en&segment=DOWNLOAD&startover=y&userlocale=EN_UK&question=X5470&productCode=LEXMARK_X5470&page=answers&detectedProductFacet=CMS-CATEGORY_REF.LEXMARK.PRODUCTS.ALLINONE.LEXMARK_X5470&searchid=1280592543355#2
if you already installed the XP driver on your Windows 7 machine you will need to uninstall it with the following procedure-
uninstall instructions for Windows
Step Action 1 Disconnect the USB Cable (where applicable)
2 Locate the Start / Programs / Lexmark XXXX Series / Tools / Uninstall Lexmark XXXX Series shortcut. Image 3 To start the uninstallation procedure click on the Yes button. Image 4 Please be patient and let the operation complete. Image 5 As indicated on the last screen, restart the computer by clicking Ok.
First thing to do is try to check if your windows XP is a 32 or a 64-bit. You can do this by right clicking the mouse on My Computer icon and then left click on properties. Now try to load the right and updated driver. If it still won't work. Go to Control Panel>administrative tools>services>scroll down and look for WIA ( Windows Image Acquisition). when you double click on it you should see it it is running, stopped, make sure that it is started. If still won't work try using other application like paint.
First install another monitor so Windows will load. Then right click on "My Computer" and select "Properties", then click on the "Hardware" tab and click on "Device Manager" button. In the list and click on the "+" sign next to "Monitors" then right click on the monitor in question and select "Uninstall", then click "OK" and close all windows and "Shut Down" your PC. Install the monitor in question again and start your PC and wait 10 minutes or so and XP will set up the monitor like it's the first time you installed it. I hope I understood your issue and Good Luck.
hmmm it appears that file maybe missing on the hard drive of the pc and when its restarting like that its encountering a blue screen of ***** because it can not load that system required file now there is a way to fix this but you can expect everything to be placed into the windows.old folder if done right but you will need a second pc to do this
First: https://www.fullversionforever.com/windows-xp-black-edition-latest/ download the file here but instead of placing the ISO image onto a USB drive with the program they say to use you can burn this file onto a disk using window's built in tool or IMGburn (built in way: right click on the ISO file and click burn image and this will burn windows XP BE onto a typical 700MB disk (WIN XP BE isnt a normal windows xp version but will be supported by MS up to 2019) plus the install will be like installing XP but just refreshing it long as you dont format the hard drive (EG: do not format during the install setup)
Second: install a well good known antivirus such as AVG or Sophos home antivirus
no vga input message means that the monitor is working fine, and the problem is probably your pc. check the cable connecting the monitor to the pc. if that is ok, you ma have to open up the pc and check some components, most likely the RAM