Occasionally my Aspire 5610 suddenly shuts down with no apparentl reason. When Windows checks on why it shut down, it tells me that the problem is my logitech webcam, that there is no solution for the problem, and they suggest downloading a more recent Logitech Webcam. Since Logitech has a million webcams, I have never known what to do and have done nothing so far.
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uninstall your flash player ,,, and download a fresh copy from the adobe site ,,, if the problem persists check out the cpu fan and the heat sink ,,, clean the fan and the sink and apply some heat paste ,,,,
First thing I'd check is for a BIOS update for your computer under the Acer support pages (acer.com). In some cases, thermal control updates are included in newer version of the BIOS, if it is a manufacturing problem.
Goto http://www.cpuid.com/hwmonitor.php and download Hardware Monitor, start the computer and immediately run the hardware monitor app to check how high the temperature on the CPU gets before it shuts down.
Continuing use under this condition may damage your Windows installation because of the sudden shutdown.
I have a Dell XPS M1330 with integrated webcam. Suddenly the webcam cannot be opened by Windows Live Messenger, have tried uninstalling windows messenger and re-installing and didn't work. and a cat keeps caming up
The best thing for you to do in this case is send it back to Acer details can be found on thier website of how to do this. www.acer.com
If you wish to test this though, turn the laptop on and immediately eject the dvd drive whilst pressing the required key to enter the bios. Usually F2 or F12 if you can still find the Dvd drive listed in your bios when its ejected then it could be an OS problem. However if not its a hardware issue and opening the laptop will void the warranty.
I think what is happening is that when you open it in windows it causes the drive to be disconnected causing a fatal error in windows and thus it reboots or shuts down the system to prevent anymore damage.
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.
run a diagnostic test with your system if there's any. clean the vents of the system. try to run system with just the ac adapter plugged in. check windows, disable some startup programs have the fan and heatsink checked
i have a acer aspire 4710z. This laptop can not open the display but the system unit is working normally. i can not see the display but i can join the external monitor i will see it process. Pls let me know how can i repair it.Pls reply to this email thanks. email@example.com