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I disabled display adapter on device manager

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Tinceus, Apr 4, 2019.

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  1. Tinceus

    Tinceus Thread Starter

    Apr 4, 2019
    Amyone please help me immediately.
    I was fixing rendering issues with Adobe Premiere pro cc 2017, and reading from a post, I disabled the display adapter in Device Manager.
    Now my laptop, which has a broken lcd and would only work when connected to a monitor, wont turn on and my monitor says no signal.

    How to solve this please help

    My laptop: Acer aspire e 14, windows 10
  2. lynx1021


    Jan 7, 2014
    They probably meant to Uninstall the display adapter not disable it. If you can reset the CMOS it might come back, kind of hard on a laptop, usually means taking it apart. That is the only thing I can think off. Someone with more experience with laptops may have something else. You don't hear the fan running? From the Web :"If you know the battery works then take it out, and hold down the power button for 20 seconds (tip from Acer website). Next put the battery back in and plug in the power cord. The orange charging light should turn on. Once the blue charged light comes on, try to turn on your laptop" Some laptops use the big battery for the Cmos.
  3. Oddba11


    May 12, 2011
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    Boot into Safe Mode.
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