Power problems Tags: Aspire Acer Power Laptops Peripherals Last response: March 8, 2012 10:58 PM in Computer Peripherals Share apostolicgirl33 March 8, 2012 7:00:55 PM i have an acer aspire. the power cord lightsup when plugged in but the laptop does'nt come on. how do i get this fixed? More about : power problems PhilFrisbie a b D Laptop March 8, 2012 10:58:10 PM You mean when you press the power button it does not even try to boot up? No power light or anything? Have you spilled any liquid near the power switch? You can also try this: unplug the power cord, remove the battery, wait 5-15 minutes, reinstall the battery, connect power, and try again. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedWiFi & Power Button Problems after Disassembling Laptop Forum Solvednew build but power problems need help!! Forum SolvedCpu lag and internet problems when pressing the power button Forum SolvedTemperature, Power Problems And Bottleneck With My System Forum SolvedPower Mac G4 Quicksilver Dual 1ghz startup problems Forum SolvedPower Supply upgrade, fan problems? Forum SolvedWhat wattage does my system need to power it without any problems? Forum SolvedA very odd laptop issue. intermittent power problems Forum SolvedPower Surge Problems Forum SolvedProblems setting up Linksys Router as bridge using a Power Line Utility Forum SolvedGPU Power requirements and problems (GTX 670) Forum SolvedCan I Run My System With One Power Supply and My Graphics Cards With Another, Without any Problems? Forum SolvedLaptop Power Up Problems Forum SolvedNew Power Supply problems Forum SolvedPc Build: Power Supply and Booting Problems Forum SolvedDoes the MSI GTX 660 TI power Edition have problems? Forum SolvedWill installing a PCI USB card solve my USB power problems? Forum SolvedPower button dead, no problems though, yet Forum SolvedQuestions about multiple problems linked to a loose power supply to motherboard cable Forum SolvedCan this PSU power this build without problems? (dutch links) any upgrade advice also appreciated. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Computer Peripherals categories Printers CRT Monitors Flat Panel Monitors Digital Cameras Webcams Scanners Logitech !