Question about Acer Aspire 5315 Notebook
Probably not. sounds like a power maneagement problem and overheating. do the normal maintenance like cleaning the cooling vents and such. you can find lots of other stuff aound the web about overheating problems with computers. the only thing that i have not seen on them is about the softwate power maneagement .causing the overheating problem. if this is the problem you have to reset the bios by power cycling. the configuration for the power maneagement in the bios is maintained by the small battety that also maintains other things like the clock when there is no power being supplied to the computer. removing this batttery and of course the main battery (since it is a laptop) will reset the bios to original specs. of course the clock will reset also....lol.
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
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