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Boot the computer into Safe Mode and try changing the Power Options.
Turn off the computer, then hit the power button to turn it
back on and immediately start hitting the F8 key repeatedly until you see SAFE
MODE. Take the Safe Mode option and let it boot up. Safe Mode will look
different to you, the screen will be darker and the icons bigger, this is
you can use the usb keyboard...also try your computer in safe mode and check the status. you can get into safe mode by pressing/tapping F8 at the time when computer starts. if you presses the key at the right time you will be directed to the page which says Advance boot option...you can select safe mode with networking so that you can connect to internet
Laptops/notebooks are configured to go into sleep or hibernate modes after so many minutes of inactivity. The amount of time varies whether laptop is plugged in to AC power or running from battery. You can change the amount of time and how the power button behaves by changing your power managment settings in the control panel.
Hi , this is a common problem with Acer notebooks ,they are buggers for shipping laptops without fully testing bios firmware.
I have had this on numerous customers computers , its a simple fix just visit Acer Support to download latest firmware.
Do you want to try and see if a 'Linux LiveCD' boots? This is the way I test if the computer works. You burn this CD to a disk, and then boot off of it when you're computer starts. I will not modify anything on your computer as long as you go to 'Try Ubuntu with out installing'
Don't worry, I'm not trying to get you to install anything, just see if it boots into the 'live environment' (means you are running it off of the cd) If this works, that means that it is only your windows installation is messed up, and a reinstallation of windows should work fine with a Windows install CD NOT the recovery cd.
off course it is repairable dont worry look try to install OS thru the following procedure to factory default state
Acer: When you first turn on the laptop and see the Acer logo screen, hold the ALT key and press the F10 key (you need to do this before the Acer logo disappears).
if it installs the OS ok then fine if not
pls consider changing RAM take out from beneath the laptop open the cover all screws and take out the L shaped panel then u will see the RAM in front with 2 chips one uper and one lower side try to take out both and then re fit only one in the upper slot and then try to install if hangs again , then try the 2nd chip in the first slot and repeat the procedure if it works ok only try both chips one by one if it resolves ur issue and u find the faulty one replace it with new one with sam specs
in the last case if ur system still hangs then my friend ur hard disk is giving u hard time it needs replacement
when a system boots after bios loading all that is trf from Hdisk to RAM and then OS is loaded if one have problem system will hang or freeze try these solutions and then tell me the results
pls go step by step
and pls rate me fixya if i fixed ur problem
kindly let me know abt it and tell me in detail the messages u get and the system behaviour