Screen Problem of Acer Aspire Laptop

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I have an Acer Aspire laptop. When the laptop powers on I can see the Acer screen and then the screen looks like it goes blank, however you can still see the letters on the screen if you look at the screen from the right angle.

I have already replaced the screen, inverter, and lcd cable. I have also tested the external video through VGA and it works flawlessly, so by that i'm assuming the GPU is fine.

Not sure what to do next, any help is appreciated.

Thanks.

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Screen Problem of Acer Aspire Laptop

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Maybe you just need to adjust the brightness levels of your monitor. To do this, first hold down the Fn key then press the right arrow key to add brightness to the display screen or press the left arrow key to add darkness to it. When you are satisfied with the adjustments made, release the FN key to automatically save the display settings. To adjust the color, in your desktop, right click on it then click the Graphic Properties. On the Display Settings you can adjust the screen resolution by choosing a resolution setting in the dropdown menu. When done with the adjustments click Apply. Click OK to save the settings.

When your screen is freezing or jumpy, you can resolve this by updating the display driver. First, right click your desktop, choose Personalize, click Display Settings, then click Advanced Settings. Second, click the Intel Graphics tab, then click Monitor Properties, then click Driver. Select Update Driver and click Search Automatically. To install the Updated Driver, click Install. Wait for few seconds for the driver to install. Finally click OK. You will be prompted to restart the laptop.

Answered By 0 points N/A #142109

Screen Problem of Acer Aspire Laptop

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Hi Caitlyn, is your model 5730?  That is the problem of that model, a reason why Acer got  some revenue loss. The  video cable  and the LCD screen are not compatible with each other.  Probably, it is better if you did not change it yourself. Just go to the Acer authorized service center and tell them your problem. They will replace the LCD screen  with a compatible one.

If that is not 5730, try to unplug the  video cable and twist it at 360 degrees and put it back. Hope it works.

Try to set your power options to " do nothing".  When you closed the lid. Apply to both battery or plug-in. Do it many times, after playing, or using the laptop, don't  shut down.

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