When I start up my laptop it loads until it gets to the windows logo, then a system error pops up and says something about LSASS.EXE error message. Thats when it turns off. It just constantly does the same thing over and over....
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Worst case scenario: extract the hard drive from the Aspire (usually its just 2 tiny screws holding the HDD), and plug this PCMCIA-bus drive into another (functional) laptop. Windows will mount the drive (but not load the OS). Extract the files using the functional PC's operating system.
In future, always back up your files, or even better - keep no files on the laptop at all - do this by storing ALL your files to a flash drive. That way, the system can crash an any time (and they do), and you lose nothing.
What I suspect,is that the at the exact DC Port where you have to plug the adapter when you want to charge your laptop, some of the internal components are burnt. It might not be more than 2 though, if you can trace it very well. So don't consider changing your motherboard yet, until you have explored ALL possible options. I wouldn't know if you can actually do this by yourself, or through a VERY good technician, who can help you to test the components inside the laptop, just at the tip of the DC Socket Port (but Inside the laptop). I handled a case like this before where I just had to change a very small capacitor inside the system at the exact point where the DC Current enters the Motherboard panel inside...and the laptop started working perfectly well...funny enough the owner was so happy and is still using it till today! I would suggest that you get a good technician to try that for you...I really wished I could do it for you...but I'm sooooooooo far from your country...lol :)..(Nigeria). Hope this helps you better. Sorry about the problem...trust me I understand! Goodluck!
HI, you haven't mentioned clearly is the laptop in on state or are the batteries able to give power to laptop to start
try this solution if you have checked that the Ac Adapter is finr
take out the battery from the laptop and then plugin the AC adapter and then try to start your laptop
if your laptop starts without the battery by getting power through the Ac adapter, most likely your battery is Bad, get it replaced, if it doesn't start then it can be power circuit on the motherboard or the connectors you should get it checked from a technician.
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Either the laptop has gone bad or the power supply has gone bad. You could buy a universal power supply at Best Buy, test your unit and then return the power supply. Not very moral thing to do but it will tell you if its the supply or the laptop. If it is the supply then you'll have a spare.
This sounds like the cpu fan assembly go to Gateway and enter the model in the support then download the system diagram so you can remove the casing it would take me forever to type the inst. once you have removed the cover put you hand over the cpu fan assembly and check for airflow
If you are afraid to diass. your comp. take it to a pro.