I have an Acer Aspire 1710 which has gone Black Screen completely , can see no image on screen. all sounds and processes at startup seem OK activity HDD etc and startup, havent tried it on an external monitor but all keyboard Fn F5 ext to switch to int ext monitor have no effect. also strangely on startup seems to be different the WiFi light sometimes not lighting so altho booting has a difference.. have checked manual and trouble shoot but to no avail. beginning to think inverter or lamp but would screen show something? currently bank/black. werd thing is only yesterday (when it was OK) I had been discussing inverters with a mate who’s Tosh had failed.. weird any help guys?
(b) If an action for civil penalties is brought against a person pursuant to this division by the Attorney General on behalf of the people, the penalty collected shall be deposited into the General Fund. If the action is brought by a district attorney or county counsel, the penalty shall first be used to reimburse the district attorney or county counsel for the costs of bringing the action for civil penalties, with the remainder, if any, to be deposited into the General Fund. If the action is brought by a city attorney or city prosecutor, the penalty collected shall first be used to reimburse the city attorney or city prosecutor for the costs of bringing the action for civil penalties, with the remainder, if any, to be deposited into the General Fund.
He says he has calmed down, however. “It’s just from having a number of years playing at the top level. It is a technical sport but you also just need experience. We’re lucky in the front row where you can keep getting better the older you get. “Sometimes my focus has been lacking because it’s very easy to get carried away with the emotion of the game, especially at Test level where you’re playing in front of enormous crowds and playing the anthem at the start. It’s very easy to lose focus and not do the right thing at the right time. Over the years I’ve learned to stop getting carried away so much and just make sure I’m switched on at the right times.”