Acer Automatic Repair black screen is an error that can appear randomly. The error can bring your system to a halt and prevent you from working.
- Acer automatic repair is a built-in system repair tool that helps you with the troubleshooting process.
- Many users reported the screen is black and Acer automatic repair is running, but the problem is not fixed.
- Using another tool, such as System File Checker, can easily fix this problem.
Update the BIOS
- Press the Windows key + S, type BIOS, and click on BIOS & System Information.
- Click on the BIOS version.
- Click on Update from the drop-down menu.
Change BIOS settings
- Press “F12”, and use the arrow keys to enter the BIOS settings.
- Locate the Advanced tab.
- Set “ODD/EVEN” to “ODD”.
- Exit BIOS settings, and restart your PC.
- Check to see if automatic repair black screen is fixed.
Perform an SFC scan
- Open the Run window by using the Windows key + R keyboard shortcut.
- Enter the sfc /scannow command in Run’s Open box, and click the OK option.
- Then, if an SFC scan finds any system files that are missing, it will automatically repair those files.
Perform a clean boot
- Press Windows + R to open Run, type msconfig in the text field, and hit Enter.
- Go to the Services tab, and disable all Startup options.
- Next, go to the General tab, and click on Selective startup.
- Finally, uncheck the Load startup items checkbox.
Perform a System Restore
- Right-click the Start button and select System.
- Click on Recovery from the bottom left corner.
- Choose System Restore from the menu.
- Click the Next button.
- Select the restore point you want to revert back to.
- Click the Next button.
- Finally, click the Finish button.
Add your SSD to the boot order
- Press the Windows key + S key and then type System.
- Select System from the results.
- Select the Advanced system settings option.
- In the Advanced tab, select Settings under Startup and Recovery.
- Click Restart under Advanced options.
- Click OK to restart your PC.
Update your graphics driver
- If the black screen only occurs when you boot your computer, updating your graphics card driver might help. To do that, extract the driver from your PC, then right-click on the downloaded file and select Run as administrator.
How long does it take to fix black screen?
- Press Ctrl + Shift + Esc to open Task Manager.
- Click on Processes tab.
- Look for any process associated with Acer Command prompt and right-click on it.
- Click on End task.
- Restart your PC.