My wife's new Acer Aspire 5510's clock won't stay set @ right time when she logs off from session.....or when 1st turned on . This laptop had been sitting on a shop shelf for approx. 6 months before being purchased....
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You need to change the battery (normally a CR-2032 - which is available everywhere).
Unplug the computer, remove the cover, and set it down with the motherboard facing up. Look in the corners for a battery holder and the battery (it may be under a PCI card - which you will have to remove before changing the battery). When you locate the battery, very carefully remove it and replace it with the new battery. Replace all parts (seating the boards correctly) and button up you computer. Re-install the cables and turn it on.
You need to set the correct date and time in your system BIOS. To access that you need to press the correct key when the computer is first booted (usually DEL or F10/F2/F11).
Most computers will have a message stating press xx Key to enter setup or etc.
If this problem persists even after setting the correct time in your BIOS, your laptop needs a new CMOS battery. I recommend having a professional do this.
Take a look for a bluetooth icon in the system tray (by the clock). you may have to click the arrow (if present) by the clock to show all the icons in the system tray. If you can find a bluetooth icon, click on it, or right click on it to show connection options. Please let me know if this sorts it out for you. If not, I may be able to help more.
http://gd.panam.acer.com/home/ download and install e-power management then you should have all the options to change speed and other. i have 2 of these 5100 notebooks-and try the other apps on the link i put for you. if i can help further reply. also see the driver section, you may need some of those as well! good luck and be well!
yes it has a cmos battery, inside you would have to disassemble it to replace it.if you have never taken a laptop apart the i'd recommend a service center.you can do a lot of damage if not familar with the disassembly and reassembly process.
If you log off you only close your user session under windows, not turn off the computer.
If you suspend you turn off almost everything in the laptop like hardwire, cd or dvdrom and most peripherals but the computer stays on the consuming power.
If you hibernate what windows does is to store all in memory in a temporary file in the hard drive and turn off all the computer so when you turn it on again it will be as you last session with all your programs and documents you left open.
And if you turn off the computer it will close all your programs, close windows and turn off all the hardware.