20 Most Recent Acer AL1916W 19" LCD Monitor Questions & Answers


If you have tried connecting and using the monitor on another PC and it works .... then it may be the connection (of the monitor to your PC), or the PC port that is not working.

If you don't have another PC to test the monitor, disconnect the monitor, shut down your PC, connect the monitor, restart your PC ... and hope for the best.

Acer AL1916W 19"... | Answered on Feb 20, 2019


Antitheft will not or should not conflict with your applications, why would you want to remove it? I would advise you to speak with the provider or manufacturer.

Acer AL1916W 19"... | Answered on Dec 13, 2018


Update and install graphics card driver(check your driver, and update) install latest version of DerectX for you OS. Set resolution to 1024X 768
and sect your plug and play Radon 8800 or whatever you have.

Acer AL1916W 19"... | Answered on Dec 13, 2018


Hello there and welcome to fixya
If games on Pogo don't load for you, load very slowly, or give errors such as 'Please wait, Loading,' see below for information on the most common causes (and links to instructions on how to address them). It could be as simple as clearing your Java Cache or Browser Cache, or it could be related to other programs such as firewalls and anti-virus programs

First, let's try to rule out some specific issues (If you're a Mac user, please try this FAQ.):
  • If you are trying to play one of our Flash games, like Poppit!, Word Whomp, Mahjong Safari, Family Feud, Claire Hart: Soul Searcher, just to list a few, and they will not load then you may need to install the latest version of Flash. To install the latest version of Flash simply go here and follow the instructions - http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/
  • Does the game that won't load have a Weekly Challenge going on, especially on Wednesdays?

If you can rule the above issues out, here are the next troubleshooting steps to try:
If Java is installed on your machine but not enabled

If you're still having issues and you're certain that Java is installed on your machine, it may be disabled. All mainstream browsers have an option for enabling Java, which ensures any applets that use it will function properly. For a complete list of per-browser instructions for enabling Java, visit http://www.java.com/en/download/help/enable_browser.xml.

Here's what to do if clearing your java cache/browser cache and making sure your Java is updated, doesn't resolve the issue.


Anti-Virus Programs/Firewalls and Pogo

The most common causes of problems that players encounter when playing our games are simply caused by anti-virus, firewall, ad blocking, and pop-up blocking software. The easiest way to determine if one or more of these is the cause of the problem is to simply disable them and see if the problem goes away. If the problem goes away, then the next step is to figure out how to configure the software to still protect your system without preventing you from playing our games. In this case, you should refer to the software's manual or help files for detailed instructions on how to make the desired changes to the software.

Some common symptoms of this include:
  • "Cripes!" Errors
  • "Server too Busy" Errors
  • Cards disappear or do not appear
  • Other graphics do not appear or are distorted
  • "Game Loading" indicator never goes away
  • Profiles never appear
  • Table windows never open

There are also several types of maintenance steps that can be taken on a regular basis to try and prevent problems from occurring. This includes deleting Temporary Internet Files / Browser Cache and deleting Game Objects. We only officially support a few browsers as they are the most common and compatible with our site. They are: Internet Explorer 8 and 9, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari for Mac OS X (and later versions of these browsers as applicable). If you do a search on the help site for "Cache," you will find instructions on how to clear the cache for those browsers.

Acer AL1916W 19"... | Answered on Apr 13, 2018


It is Windows 10.
I have reverted my machine back to Windows 8.1 and its working perfectly.
As long as you haven't had Windows 10 on your machine for 30 days you can revert back to Windows 8.1.
First of all open Settings and click Update and Recovery

Now in Update and Recovery window click on Recovery option. This will open a list of 3 options on the right hand side. You need to look for "Go back to a previous version of Windows" option. To start the process, click Get Started button under this option. It will ask you to plug in your charger before allowing you to continue.
Make sure your battery is fully charged, because before you press the get started button you need to place the cursor over the button and plug in the charger.
Once the screen goes black press the keypad which should then click the button.
Wait a few seconds and then unplug the charger.
All being well the process will now continue without the charger plugged in.
Once you get to the restart screen it should be safe to plug in the charger and you should then still have a screen you can see.
Hope this helps.

Acer AL1916W 19"... | Answered on Dec 28, 2017


Hello Rowjck, I'm going to share few steps, just follow them. It help you to fix it.

Right click on the desktop -->> Clicks on Properties -->> "Settings" tab -->> "Advanced" button -->> "ATI Displays" tab Then press M or click on the word monitor (in bold above the image) At the bottom of the "Monitor Properties" window that just popped up, select 1366 x 768 in the maximum resolution drop down list. Now return to the Display Properties > Settings tab and select it there.

I hope these steps will help you, if you still face same issue, hit me on +1 (844) 355-5111 (toll-free).

Cheers
John

Acer AL1916W 19"... | Answered on Sep 22, 2017


1 Take the monitor out to the street
2 Raise above head
3 Hurl it twards the ground
4 Release
5 Watch peices fly everywhere
6 Enjoy a cold beer
7 Go out & buy a nice new monitor ( not a acer product )

Acer AL1916W 19"... | Answered on Sep 18, 2017


Yes. Plug the VGA cable in and connect to a laptop or suitable signal source then try again. It will power up OK if there is a signal from your description.

Acer AL1916W 19"... | Answered on Jun 12, 2017


hi pogo player i love pogo first uninstall java then go to sun java.com link right on pogo make sure u down load right one one for micrsoft one for mactosh also do the appleett thing pogo explains it just click help upper right hand conor top of screeen

Acer AL1916W 19"... | Answered on May 05, 2017


I think that would be the other way around. You need to replace it with a card that supports LCD monitor.

Acer AL1916W 19"... | Answered on May 03, 2017


Failing power supply

Acer AL1916W 19"... | Answered on Apr 02, 2017


When you start the computer, you can press a key to enter the BIOS, if you do that look at the date and time to see if they are correct, if they are not then the battery is bad. If they are ok then look at the information that shows the hard drive, if the hard drive is not listed, then it has failed. (unless the BIOS does not show that) At any rate, this issue is a hard drive issue and it is either failing or has lost its boot sector information. You can correct a boot sector issue with a windows disk if you have it, but since you did not list the operating system info, that is all I can offer.

Acer AL1916W 19"... | Answered on Mar 25, 2017


Can you please tell me more details as to what you want to do :)

Acer AL1916W 19"... | Answered on Mar 17, 2016


i had the same "no input signal",and tried all of the "fixes" i could find without any luck.nothing was helping ,and i kept getting the "no input signal" message.i once had a remote control that would get frozen up ,and the only way to get it working was to :remove the battery's and push-n-hold the buttons down to discharge all memory.and thats how i got my,synaps mt5wbp, to finaly work.here is the fix:while holding the monitor upsidedown{buttons up},remove the power cord.then,push-n-hold the buttons for 10-15 seconds.all of them.you dont need to do all at once but it may help.do them all. my,synaps mt5wbp, has worked fine ever since i did this ,so give it a try.good luck.this worked on other things to.like my frozen TV remote control.

Acer AL1916W 19"... | Answered on Mar 07, 2016

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