ACer Aspire 5100 Sudden Completly Shotdown by itself
After starting it for 10 to 15 mnts it will shotdown completly by it self without any notice and it is alittle more hot than usual. I tried to work on it out side the house in the cool night weather it did not shotdown for more than a hour, so I think it is over heated in the normal room tempreture so what I have to do?
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Ok on keyboard, press WINDOWS logo see start page comes up. using keypads arrow keys, access the control panel, find mouse, if you are using vista, set classic view. you may get around by tab key and up>down>rigth>left arrow keys.
Install driver again or use update \. come back start and shot down the computer by shotdown arrow, do not use brown button will not shotdown, it is stanby (On vista). Then turn on again see what you see>
If can not, Just use same system and reach out the system tools from accessories>system tools>Make defragmentation.
No result > make system restore. No result see tech.
Instead of trying to remove the internal drive, which is still useful, do what I did and buy an external DVD drive, just plug it in with a USB cable...then you still have your internal for nornal stuff and you can move the external around anywhere to take care of the heavy duty stuff...good luck..pls rate this solution.
Had a similar problem with my Acer Aspire 5100. I fixed it by removing my fan....cleaning it, then reinstalling. I might suggest taking it to a laptop repair store if your not knowledgeable in replacing a computer fan.