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You either have one of the following: 1. Bad Battery 2. Wrong adapter - yours no comprende w/ unit. 3. Cracked Jack - means you've got to get a tech to take the unit apart and replace it. $150-200 4. Goto your device manager, double click bat., then right mouse click on acpi driver and update it. Hopefully that works. or 5. Dell needs to shoot out a bios flash fix.
Clean your Pad with a moist wet tissue and dry. In Control Panel -> Devices manager -> uninstall the mouse/pad driver and either use detect new plug-and-play hardware via the top of the tree in the device manager listing (eg. you Computer name) context menu or simply reboot to force a new re-install of the driver for your Pad and Mouse and see if it solves the problem. If your Pad is the Synaptic type, install your Netbook driver for the Pad. Hope that re-installing the driver and Pad utility solve your issue let me know how you go. ps. Worst case, your Aspire One should still be under manufacturer warranty.
Right-mouse click My Computer
In the Performance area, click Settings
In the Virtual Memory area, click Change
Set a new, larger value.
Click OK (several times).
Please handle your PC with care. Since it fell abt 6 in., it must have some connection problem that will still be repeated as soon as it bangs. If it doesn't work in few days from now, check the HDD it may have caused damage because of the fall. Then if you can open any board, unplug connections from outlets then press soldered connections in the motherboard.
Just a pre-caution. But if it persist, see your supplier's technician.
Stop running so many applications.
You have less hard drive space on C: than I have memory on my computer. I am currently running 2.85G memory utilisation - if that was your laptp, that means nearly all of your disk is used up by virtual memory.
You can change your swap space to your 16G drive - go to desktop. right mouse on My computer> Properties > Advanced > Performance > Advanced > Virtual Memory
Change the location and size of your swap file.
You can also add more real memory - that is the most efficient and effective way to increase your performance as well.
I would check the Flex cable's first. If keyboard is not working sometimes this does not allow the pad to work. Here is one of the sites I use for repairs. Good luck and have a good day. http://www.insidemylaptop.com/taking-apart-acer-aspire-5100-laptop/