Try removing one of the memory modules and start the laptop with only one module installed. How do I go about this? When the keyboard on a laptop that is prctically brand new goes out and it is a motherboard issue, that only suggests one thing to me, and others I am sure, and that would be that your laptop is a waste of my hard earned money as well as my time in even considering the purchase! Supplying DC Power Jacks, Connectors and Sockets at the most reasonable prices on the internet is what has kept us around. I bought a used Acer and I cannot get the keyboard to function at boot…I did try another known good keyboard. Can someone explain if i can clean it out more without removing all those other parts dvd, wireless card, hard drive, ram, keyboard, etc.

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Please post here if you will find the solution. So, I am wondering… how do I know what to replace…? The motherboard is failing and apparently there is a bad acer 5101awlmi joint somewhere on the motherboard. Do you see a lot of dust inside? If I take it apart, what would i need to look for in terms of what to fix? The lappy was dropped on its side part of the jack was acer 5101awlmi off. Only one memory bank works now.

It is a motherboard issue- defective from the manufacture. Could they be disabled or changed without to change motherboard? Also, could be software acer 5101awlmi hardware issue. I should point out that I did have a power connection problem which Acer 5101awlmi believe is resolved now, acer 5101awlmi it did result in a failed restore which half formatted the hard drive. Both cables connect to the wireless card. S9, S10, S10E, M Tinka Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Restart the laptop and press F8 when laptop starts.

Run diagnostics on the hard drive. Connect this enclosure to any other working computer.

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Acer Aspire has two acer 5101awlmi slots. This will take your laptop back to factory defaults. There could be a problem with the hard drive. If you could give me some ideas of what this could be and where I would look for the problem it would be greatly appreciated.

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First of all try this. Try removing them one by one and installing into different slots.

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I have tried to upgrade my hard drive in an Acer Aspire WLMi without success — the drive gets to the bios screen with the Acer 5101awlmi logo but does not boot into windows. There 5101awwlmi times that I can get into the BIOS settings screen, but the system acer 5101awlmi hang-up after a while. However, when I tried to enter the user account name, the froze on me.

I have not idea what is wrong with it. Remove the power plug and battery. If you have two memory modules installed, try removing them one by one and test the laptop with each module separately. By the way, did you notice that your internal keyboard is not working acer 5101awlmi in Xcer. Does it change color at all when you turn on the laptop you might test it in a dark room? Take a look at the sticker in the memory compartment and search for the motherboard part number. If there is anyone 501awlmi has any insight on this issue and can help me out I would greatly appreciate acer 5101awlmi.

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If I acer 5101awlmi Startup Repair, it flashes an unreadable very quick blue screen, then restarts all over. I would try reconnecting the cable first.

Your acer 5101awlmi failure is not common. You cannot enter it at all or the time sets back to defaults when you restart the laptop? It now works flawlessly. But the keyboard will not work. They acer 5101awlmi quote me for a new mobo.

Please guide at my email id. Do you know if wcer cable for the sound is going near this pad? My question is, does it sound like the hard drive?

Maybe you have a faulty hard drive?