How to Fix Acer Aspire Laptop Monitor Black Screen Problem? MyTechSite


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THE ARTICLE SPECIFICALLY DEALS WITH ACER ASPIRE 4710 AND MAY OR MAY NOT BE APPLICABLE FOR OTHER SERIES OF ACER LAPTOP

ACER ASPIRE LAPTOP SCREEN FLICKERS DURING AND/OR AFTER STARTUP | ACER ASPIRE LAPTOP SCREEN GOES BLACK DURING STARTUP | ACER ASPIRE LAPTOP SCREEN GOES WHITE DURING STARTUP

First of all, the Black Screen does not necessarily mean there's a problem with your Laptop Screen. There are settings you can choose from - to dim and/or turn off your Display (under your Power Settings).
For Acer Aspire 4710 Laptop, you can turn your Acer Laptop Screen On/Off by pressing Fn + F6 (may be different according to Series, please read your Acer Laptop User Manual).


The Black/White Screen Problem during and/or after powering the Laptop (including the same during Reboot) in generally a problem with your Laptop Screen Wires. These Thin and Small wires transmit the data.
While the same works fine during purchase, overtime, these somehow tend to be loose and your wires do not get connected as they should be.

Acer Laptop White Screen problem
This is generally confused for some sort of physical problem with the display, the immediate and only solution
 to which might seem to be the Screen Replacement. Adding to the confusion is the fact that it might work when the user moves the Laptop Screen when the Black/White Screen is being displayed, thus suggesting some physical problem, pointing to Screen Replacement as the only solution.

Now pay attention to the section of the Laptop as shown in the picture:



As you can clearly see, there is a small gap seperating the main body Section (containing the KeyBoard part) of the Laptop from the section containing the Power Button.
The Section containing the Power Button can be separated from the Main Body Section of the Laptop ie. it's partly detachable (except for the Wire that it's attached to)

Things you will need:
  1. a small pocket knife or very thin object to open the "locks"
  2. a piece of paper

WAIT, CLAM DOWN, DON'T SCREW IT UP

Proceed calmly, don't get too excited, there is a big problem with that Section there. The Power Button there IS attached physically with the Main Section, it's so because the "Thin and Small wires" that we talked about earlier in this Article is the wire connected there, so this means - If you pull out with a force, chances are it (the Wire) will snap. This may result in the permanent damage of your Laptop.

OPEN IT UP

Before you start opening your Laptop physically, dis-connect your Laptop from any Power Source (Dis-connect your Battery too) then  press and hold the Power Button for about 30 seconds to ensure discharge of power.

Take a small Pocket Knife (or something that you can use instead of it) and gently push it from the "Gap" (do the same for the Gap from it's sides) and gently open the upper Section, just enough to get it separated, DON'T PULL IT IN ANY DIRECTION. Pay attention to the Laptop's Power Section, observe (from all angles possible) as to how the Wire is connected with  the two Sections, gently invert the Section, WITH THE WIRE BELOW JUST INTACT.

THE WIRE LIES NEAR THE POWER BUTTON SO DON'T PULL IT, OPEN IT JUST ENOUGH TO GET IT DETACHED.

IT'S ADVISED THAT YOU PROPERLY OBSERVE THE PICTURES IN THIS ARTICLE TO GET A GOOD PICTURE OF HOW THINGS ARE CONNECTED IN THERE. THIS  MAY PREVENT YOU FROM MESSING YOUR LAPTOP UP

So let's take a look at the Wire:


Now take a look at it in more detail:


The Section that is supposed to be detached is marked inside the Red box, the black border makes the immediate area (in inverted position).

Pressing the Wires

At the Left Side of the "Wire" that we talked about, there's another wire, it's color is black and it seems somewhat "fatter" or bigger. Now look at the picture below:


Put a folded paper on it so that it'll be "pressed" when the cover is put back on. Now, get the Section re-attached with the "hooks" (or "locks") properly in place, re-connect your Battery and Power the Laptop up, now your Laptop Screen should display properly without any Screen defects.


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