First of, Long time no see, Haven't been on here browsing in a while.
I have a small problem, I would really like for you guys to help me with.
I have a computer which I'm fixing, it's for a friend. She said that when she turned it on, all there was, was a black screen and that was it. So i automatically thought it was the RAM. So I reseated the RAM and even tried a new RAM stick, but nothing worked to get by this.
So i did a little thinking to myself, while staring into the computer, I then thought to myself, i might as well reset the CMOS to see if it makes a difference. To my amazement the computer booted by the bios and continued loading Vista. I then restarted the computer just to make sure that it was still working and it wasn't a one off.
But it was, the computer turned on, the screen through up the "No Signal" error, and there was no bios beeps. I then turned it off completely and then reset the CMOS and the computer started up as it did before.
I then went out and bought a new battery for the Bios. I put it in, But again. The same thing.
The computer is a Acer Aspire M1201, Desktop PC (Obviously)
Here's some of it spec's:
AMD Athlon x2 Processor
1GB DDR2 RAM
ATI Radeon 2100
Does anyone know what could be going on here and if their is any way to fix it?
Let me know and thank you for having a read at my post anyway, Even if you are unsure about the problem.