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    Acer Aspire one model no. A0A 150

    gordillo

      i've had my netbook for about 1 and a half years, and never had aproblem with it.

      this January it had to get a BIOS upgrade so i sent it to a Acer service center for them to do it.

      a month later my screen resolution started having problemsdesktop.JPG

      desktop2.jpgi downloaded all the new drivers

      but they only work temparily, till i shut down the netbook

      is there any hope to my unusual  problem?

      help will be much appriciated

        • 1. Re: Acer Aspire one model no. A0A 150
          gordillo

          my chipset is mobile intel(R) 945 express chipset family

          OS Windows XP home edition SP3

          BIOS Version 3310

          any other info please ask

          would like a permanant solution

          • 2. Re: Acer Aspire one model no. A0A 150
            gordillo

            I uninstalled all drivers and still presists is there anywhere i can change the settings of my screen?

            • 3. Re: Acer Aspire one model no. A0A 150
              Robert_U

              This looks like it may be an issue with the display connection. I would recommend you contact ACER for again support.

              • 4. Re: Acer Aspire one model no. A0A 150
                BigThor

                Yes, it seems hardware related problem to me too.

                 

                PV.

                • 5. Re: Acer Aspire one model no. A0A 150
                  gordillo

                  thank you your answer, but im in another country and it cost a lot for them to just diagnose it.

                  but when i uninstall everything it goes back

                  or if i install the drivers again

                  the reboot ruins it

                  i've opened it already no cable seems altered

                  is there a .config file or some editing file for me to alter any sttings?

                  • 6. Re: Acer Aspire one model no. A0A 150
                    BigThor

                    Sorry, not that I'm aware of.

                     

                    Try installing the driver provided on Acer's*  web site.

                     

                    This seems like it is not recognizing your monitor correctly, but this will be the first time I see something like this.

                     

                    PV.

                    • 7. Re: Acer Aspire one model no. A0A 150
                      gordillo

                      i have downloaded both the chipset and the vga driver, both installed, it fixes the screen but when i shut down for the night and turn it back on in the morning it would reset to mirroring and the black bar on the side like from top pics.

                      ive tried updating the drivers for both monitors and chipsets to what they are supposed to be, but still nothing

                      • 8. Re: Acer Aspire one model no. A0A 150
                        gordillo

                        Im no expert but are there suppost  to be two of the same chipsets?

                        drivers.JPG

                        or this?

                        drivers2.JPG

                        • 9. Re: Acer Aspire one model no. A0A 150
                          BigThor

                          Yes, it is normal because of the dual pipe.

                           

                          Have you tried reinstalling the operating system in your computer, install the chipset driver and then the video driver?

                           

                          PV.

                          • 10. Re: Acer Aspire one model no. A0A 150
                            gordillo

                            umm can without the OS cd? or a cd driver.

                            • 11. Re: Acer Aspire one model no. A0A 150
                              BigThor

                              If you mean not using an actual CD because your system does not have an optical unit then yes, it can be done with a flash drive, but it is a very long and tedious job. You can fins it all over the Internet but note that you will loose a bunch of time.

                               

                              I don't have one of those notebooks, but I heard that they have a partition with the restore system information and sometimes with a copy of the operating system. You can try that.

                               

                              PV.

                              • 12. Re: Acer Aspire one model no. A0A 150
                                gordillo

                                sorry i want the system restore( to factory settings) to be a last option

                                need to find a spare drive to dump all my stuff into

                                is there a way to delete everything single file that remains after i uninstall the chipset, driver and accelerator

                                also does this mean anything?

                                was my log after my last uninstall

                                 

                                 

                                3/12/2010 08:57:19:875
                                    [Installer]
                                      Installer Version: 1.1.4.0
                                      Date Compiled = Wed Mar 21 11:34:17 2007
                                      Commandline = -uninstall
                                    [Resources]
                                      Found DLL = C:\WINDOWS\system32\Lang\HDMI\ENU\HDMIENU.dll
                                      Selected DLL = C:\WINDOWS\system32\Lang\HDMI\ENU\HDMIENU.dll
                                !!! ERROR 0x2: Error opening registry key
                                    [Uninstall]
                                      Wait for event was signaled propertly.
                                      Uninstall Progress Dialog Launched
                                      UninstallCustom called
                                      UninstallINF called
                                      UninstallINF PrePost
                                      UninstallINF PostPost
                                      32 bit DifxUninstall called
                                      DIFXEVENTLOG: 0: 17971140
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                                      Driver uninstalled successfully: C:\WINDOWS\system32\DRVSTORE\kit13056_65C27B76837EEBC0B54E44D12ECE965DC870DE93\kit13056.inf
                                      Uninstall Requires Reboot = 敹sDriver uninstalled successfully:       Uninstall Requires Reboot = 敹sDriver uninstalled successfully: %s
                                      UninstallRegistry called
                                      Deleting key: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\Persistence=,
                                      UninstallRegistry called
                                      Deleting key: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\IgfxTray=,
                                      UninstallRegistry called
                                      Deleting key: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\HotKeysCmds=,
                                      UninstallRegistry called
                                      Deleting key: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\HDMI\UninstallString=C:\WINDOWS\system32\igxpun.exe -uninstall,sz
                                      UninstallRegistry called
                                      Deleting key: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\HDMI\DisplayName=Intel(R) Graphics Media Accelerator Driver,sz
                                      Deleting empty parent key: SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\HDMI
                                      UninstallRegistry called
                                      Deleting key: HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\ialm\Device1\SystemDirectory=C:\WINDOWS\system32,sz
                                      UninstallRegistry called
                                      Deleting key: HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\ialm\Device0\SystemDirectory=C:\WINDOWS\system32,sz
                                      UninstallRegistry called
                                      Deleting key: HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Windows\SystemDirectory=C:\WINDOWS\system32,sz
                                      UninstallRegistry called
                                      Deleting key: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Intel\Display\=,
                                      Using RegDeleteKey
                                      Using RegDeleteKey
                                      Using RegDeleteKey
                                      Using RegDeleteKey
                                      Using RegDeleteKey
                                      Using RegDeleteKey
                                      Using RegDeleteKey
                                      Using RegDeleteKey
                                      Using RegDeleteKey
                                      Using RegDeleteKey
                                      Using RegDeleteKey
                                      Using RegDeleteKey
                                      Using RegDeleteKey
                                      Using RegDeleteKey
                                      Using RegDeleteKey
                                      Using RegDeleteKey
                                      Using RegDeleteKey
                                      Delete access denied, using move file on reboot: C:\WINDOWS\system32\igfxsrvc.exe
                                      Reboot Set - File Locked: C:\WINDOWS\system32\igfxsrvc.exe
                                !!!   ERROR 0x1: DeleteFile generated an unexpected error on file C:\WINDOWS\system32\igfxsrvc.exe Ignoring error
                                      Delete access denied, using move file on reboot: C:\WINDOWS\system32\Lang\HDMI\ENU\HDMIENU.dll
                                      Reboot Set - File Locked: C:\WINDOWS\system32\Lang\HDMI\ENU\HDMIENU.dll
                                !!!   ERROR 0x1: DeleteFile generated an unexpected error on file C:\WINDOWS\system32\Lang\HDMI\ENU\HDMIENU.dll Ignoring error
                                      Delete access denied, using move file on reboot: C:\WINDOWS\system32\igxpun.exe
                                      Reboot Set - File Locked: C:\WINDOWS\system32\igxpun.exe
                                !!!   ERROR 0x1: DeleteFile generated an unexpected error on file C:\WINDOWS\system32\igxpun.exe Ignoring error
                                      Using RegDeleteKey
                                      Using RegDeleteKey
                                      Creating self deleting script.
                                      Uninstall complete, waiting for user to end progress dialog
                                      Progress Thread Wait = Success
                                      Uninstall Complete
                                    User wants to reboot.
                                [ResponseResult]
                                ResultCode = 0

                                • 13. Re: Acer Aspire one model no. A0A 150
                                  BigThor

                                  I believe that the system restore will be your only option at this time.

                                  • 14. Re: Acer Aspire one model no. A0A 150
                                    gordillo

                                    well shoot

                                    i guess if thats my only option left, ill do it

                                    thanks for your help, now got to go find a hard drive to dump all my files to restore netbook

                                    much appriciated, ill get back to you if system restore work or not

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