Hello. I see that you responded to my problem of my laptop needing to be turned off/on 3 times before it comes up. You said that "maybe your graphics card is stuffed up." What does that mean? And how would I attempt to determine if it is indeed stuffed up? If it is, how then would I unstuff it. Thanks.
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Shut down the laptop and remove the battery . Now allow 15 minutes and then replace the battery back to boot again. If the PC does not respond with the keys, it must be checked if the cat had soiled the key pad and there is a short within.
1.Go to www.acer.com, 2. Select your Country/Continent 3. Look at the top of the page and click "Service and Support" 4. Look by the left side of the page, and click "Driver download" 5. Under Product family, Select 'Notebook 6. Under Product line, select "Aspire" 7. Select your laptop model and a list of all your laptop's driver will come up.
All you need to do is "Download" and that would be all.
Hi i think the problem is with the battery or power supply.When you power up the laptop without the external keyboard and mouse everything is ok, yes?Check that the battery is charging properly and that the charger is doing its job.