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Acer Aspire 3100 Errors


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outback_2007

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I have a Acer Aspire 3100, Was run over buy a 2 ton Truck, Broke the Screen, I have removed the Screen from the laptop, and thinking of ordering a replacement.

Laptop still works. Just reinstalled Vista from the disk that came with the laptop.

See list of Errors Below.


Acer Aspire 3100 Running Vista Home Basic

After powering on Laptop


System Bios Version V2.70
System Configuration Data Updated

Error
Resource Conflict-PCI in Slot 03
Bus:06, Device:04, Function:00

Error
Resource Conflict-PCI in Slot 03
Bus:06, Device:04, Function 01

Error
Resource Conflict-PCI in Slot 03
Bus:06, Device:04, Function:02

Error
Resource Conflict-PCI in Slot 03
Bus:06, Device:04, Function:03

Press <F1> to Resume <F2> to Setup

I press F1, and the laptop boots into windows fine, and works.


Device manager Errors

Under Other Devices

Multimedia Audio Controller
Multimedia Audio Controller

PCI Device
PCI Device

And Under PCMCIA Adapter

ENE CB1410 Cardbus Controller


I work on Computerts for a Liveing in a PC repair Shop. So I know quite a bit, but I need some help here. Thjis was a trade in laptop, and I'd like to fix it for myself.

Would some of these Errors come from the screen being removed, and unpluged from the board, I also had the same Errors with the screen attached, but it was really busted up.

Thanks in advance.

Edited by outback_2007, 05 July 2008 - 01:07 PM.

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Hello,
Have you visualy inspected the machine for cracked or loose boards?
What you are describing sounds like your audio card was damaged.
If it is on board (most likely) the motherboard may be cracked.
I would do a complet inspection for any other damage, and then decide if it is worth the money to repair.
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Laptop audio Sound works good. No problems with that.

However I have just took the laptop apart, and am inspecting the board for anything broke.
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