Question about Acer Aspire 5100 Notebook
My laptop loses power and turns off
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Posted on Jan 02, 2009
Did you check your power cord entering your notebooks power supply jack! sometimes the tiny male pin that is inside the notebooks power jack will come out or become loose. The solution to this is either replace the mother board, as most repair centers will recomend or two take the notebook apart to get to the motherboard and solder the pin back on. Note this is not for beginners and you will need someone who can do professional soldering with a strong silver solder. You need to take the power supply housing off and than you can solder the pin in place and replace the housing. The hardest part is breaking down the notebook and putting it back together. But if you lable your parts and screws and do it in a clean work surface with a rubber floor matt under you and maybe a anti-static braclet (as you don't want to short anything out) you should be able to do it.with knownedge of soldering small parts. this is the number one cause for most warranty work done on notebooks and laptops, cause we forget that the power supply is getting pulled on when we use them sitting on our bed or lap and moving around alot. That is why it is a good idea to always use a lapboard of some sort to set your notebook on, plus you want to have air flow under the notebook for the fans intake and exhaust, this will keep it running cooler and faster.
Tip, You should keep your Anti Virus Programs up to date anddefragment your notebook at least once every week or two along with disk cleanup and error checker, By clicking >Start>Programs>Accessories>System Tools>Disk Cleanup, and Disk Defragmenter. Or click "My Computer" Than right click "Drive c" than click "Properties".
A good program to install for free is ccleaner found at WWW.ccleaner.com, this software is free, with no adware, spyware, etc. it cleans your PC's temp. files and fixes any issues your system may have, Everyone i have seen use the program gets back anywere from 500 MB's to !.5 GB's of disk space back. it is well worth trying. Go to the site and check it out, it explains what you need to know to make an informed desision for your self.
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
Do you scan for virusses?
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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