I have an Acer Aspire Series 3000, and whenever I try to log on, it takes me to my home screen for about 2 seconds (without any icons on the screen), then logs me off. I took someones advice and tried putting it into Safe Mode, but after I restarted it and tried logging on, it just continued to log me off, without taking me to my home screen (the backround was black). What should I do (I only have 1 account;no guest accounts)?
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Re: Trouble With Acer Aspire Series 3000
- Did you make any recent software or hardware changes?
- It might be a adware or spyware issue
- The best thing we can do at this point of time is : System Restore
- Boot the system using 'safe mode with command prompt' option
- And execute : '%systemroot%\system32\restore\rstrui.exe' ; where %systemroot% is the windows folder
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Do you see the white cursor on the black background? If so, press CONTROL+ALT+DELETE keys. If the Task Manager window appears. You can start the PC from the CD/DVD and choose Startup Repair from the choices given.
Gen the problem is that your pc is too slow to take this much load the best thing is too move your pc back to windows xp professional 32bit service pack 3 or vista homr premium service pack 1 and try upgrading your pc by more ram if it can take it
Log on to your computer with safe mode Steps 1. Start your computer 2. As soon as you see the first black screen when the computer starts , keep on pressing F8 You will see advanced options menu Select " Safe mode with net working" Now your computer will give you an option to log in with the administrator username You need to log in with Admin and then goto control panel and change the password for your username ...
If this does not work then plz reply back stating the Operating system you have like windows XP, vista , 98 , 2000 etc...
If you mean that you're manually trying to remove the battery then you will have to remove the keyboard for that. Just did it the other day on a client's notebook of 3000 series. There's one screw holding the dvd drive in place which you will see as soon as you raise the keyboard.
When starting the computer tap the F8 key repeatedly. The Windows Advanced Options Menu appears. If you begin tapping the F8 key too soon, some computers display a "keyboard error" message. To resolve this, restart the computer and try again.
Ensure that the Safe mode option is selected.
Press Enter. The computer then begins to start in Safe mode.
When you are finished with all troubleshooting, close all programs and restart the computer as you normally would.
Or you could do a system restore to a earlier date when your computer was working fine.