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Re: Acer Aspire 5000 series that keeps unexpectly...
The hard drives ready for failing, back up everything now to avoid loosing data, run chkdsk /f this command will scan the disk for any problems and try to fix any bad sectors, if this doesn't work i'd think about buying a new hard drive
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It is the battery. It is damaged, and because of that it changes the voltage of the AC. the best solution is to replace it with a new one, but until then, work without it, or you might have fried lap top
Hi there. Because the machine is only one month old i would recommend that you take advantage of the manufacturers warranty and send it in for repair, it won't cost you anything to do this as this sounds like a serious hardware problem or failure which is not of your doing. Telling you to open the laptop will only void your warranty so this is not recommended. Your computer will only be away for a week or so and i know it could be a pain not having it there, but for peace of mind this is the correct procedure.
The vga board on this laptop heats up very easyly and the heatsink is uselessly small. Video may fail withing 12 months. I would recommend another laptop model, this series 3xxx and 15xx have cooling issues and parts fail often. Not much you can do about the problem.
If a computer shuts itself down suddenly after 10-15 minutes it's usually down to oveheating. clean the filters and ensure that there is good airflow around the computer when you use it. you can keep an eye on temperature and control your fans with this program
Just check in the power options that anything is not set to shutdown if idle like the hard drive.
it sounds really to be processor overheating problem, just check around the side and underside vents for any blockage.
Does your fan appear to cut in at any point and stay on or not come on at all, as these things ay be a clue to the problem if it's the processor overheating and shutting down.