Question about Acer Aspire L100 PC Desktop
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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This is THE single most common problem with the Acer Aspire L100. Initially really happy with it, but then after five months, mine started freezing and then refusing to boot. Since then it's been very tetchy so I just bought a new computer. The problem lies in the design, it's TOO small to allow adequate ventilation to all the components - something Acer should have figured out before selling the machine. If you can boot your machine up to bios, go into it and change the temperature settings so it runs the fan at full blast. This may help, but I cant garantee it, sorry! If your warranty is valid, demand a refund.
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
There are two solutions to this problem. First set the fan in the PC Bios to rub at full speed all the time. This was too noisy for me.
Second, If you are running Windows Vista, you can adjust the Maximum Porcessor Utilization. From the Windows Control Panel select the Power Options icon. Then select "Change plan settings" for which ever power plan the PC is set to use. Then select "Change advanced power settings". Expand the "Processor power managment" by clicking on the "+" symbol. Finally click on the "+" for "Maximum processor state". I would try changing this setting to "90 %". This worked fine on my ACER L100 and it no longer overheats.
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
SOURCE: Acer Aspire L100 PC Desktop
Get an external network modem that uses usb port that's my advice because sometimes we can search forever lookinf when we can enjoy it already.
God Bless Greg
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
SOURCE: Acer Aspire L100 overheating
You could try a new cpu fan and heatsink. They are normally inexpensive. if this does not work make sure all the case fans are working and check to see if your ram is overheating
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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Replace the thermal grease. It only costs about 10 bucks. The thermal grease they use in these systems is cheap stuff. After I replaced it my system is quiet, no loud fan noises and my system can actually stream videos now!
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
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