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Re: pc wont power down
Sounds like a software application is not allowing machine to shut down. Try using the task manager to shut down all applications and processes manually, then try the shutdown option. If this works you will have to go through software apps one by one until you find the culprit. Hope this helps.
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You maybe able to download it from the Acer WEB site. Download the device drivers from the Acer WEB site. Makesure you select the model of your laptop the drivers you that require thatmatches the Windows version that is installed on your laptop. Use this link toget to the Acer support: - http://www.acersupport.com/drivers_download.aspx
hi...to restore pc to factory setting u need to have the CD for operating system installed in ur pc....if u have the CD please insert CD and keep tapping f12 and then press any key to boot from CD...there u get 2 option either to reinstall OS or to repair the PC ...u can choose repair option first if it fails then clean install the PC
try to isolate the problem 1st the power supply, if you have an extra pc try to remove the working power supply and put it to a non-working pc, same thing with the memory and video card, remember one a a time to figure out what is really problem ok, i hope this simple tips will help you to solved your problem : )
Hi Jean, I don't believe it would be economically viable for you to purchase the front panel which houses the on/off switch. This may prove costly. I would rather look out for a new case with power supply and transfer your motherboard etc. to the new case. You should be able to get a new case & power supply from your local PC shop for under $50. Best wishes, Graemevm
Go to control panel on start menu.You may have to click Classic View.
Click Regional and Language options. Click middle tab at the top called
Languages. Click the Details button. Click Add and select the English
UK option from the drop down list. Apply and Ok.