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WHEN BOOT UP ON MY ACER ASPIRE THE SCREEN REMAINS BLACK, IS THERE A SOLUTION TO FIX IT?

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I had the same problem with my Aspire One, and I found at other forums that I needed to update the Flash BIOS, I did it and it worked just fine...

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If the screen stays completely black, shine a bright light on the screen, can you see the desktop at all? If you can see the desktop when shining a bright light on the screen it is likely an inverter board which on most laptops is inside the case of the LCD, if you still cannot see any image with the bright light shining on it then it is likely that your LCD has gone bad and needs to be replaced.

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If you have the restore cd for you computer run it and follow the directions,, if not thats it repair shop

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