No Display Start button blinks a Yellow Light

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I would like to seek for your help on my Acer Desktop. It no longer responds when I try to power up.The monitor has no display and the start button is just blinking a yellow light. Tell me things that must be done to be able for it to work again.

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Answered By 105 points N/A #190271

No Display Start button blinks a Yellow Light

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Such issue is not as horrible as you’re thinking. It is just misunderstanding and unknown working with your PC and you’re just feared of that.

Such operation is being done when PC is on sleep mode. It is such a technique that makes the PC freeze every process on RAM, pause all works just it was before without changing a single bit. Whenever you’re out of work for a little bit long time, you can use sleep mode as it will save you from facing any unexpected result of your PC.

In your case, you can get back to normal mode just by pressing “Spacebar” on your keyboard. The PC will go to normal mode and launch everything back to the original state.

Answered By 589595 points N/A #320295

No Display Start button blinks a Yellow Light

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If this is the current status of your computer, I suggest you check with your computer’s manual regarding the yellow color in the power button. This usually indicates a hardware problem. In my old Dell computer, the time it broke the power button is blinking in amber color. When I checked the manual, it points to a problem with the video card.

That’s why my assumption is that my video card got broken and in this case, there is no way to fix it. In computer, when the built-in video card dies, so is your computer. That’s why while your computer is still in good working condition, buy a separate video card and stop using the built-in video card.

The built-in video card should only serve as backup in case no other video card can be used like when your dedicated video card got broken. To fix your problem, you should bring your computer to the nearest service center to have it checked properly. If their diagnosis points to a broken video card, might as well buy a new computer.

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