Question about Acer Aspire 3000 Notebook
I'm about to chuck my computer over the balcony...i finally got my audio working for my windows media player after downloading a new codec, and i restored my comp after deleting files that i shouldnt have, and everything works fine, except i think the computer overheats and it just shuts down randomly. i've detached the panels on the bottom but i didnt see any dust. the fans are running on boot up, and i dont know what else to adjust to make it work. ive deleted a bunch of pictures/music files to increase my hard drive memory, and it still freaks out and shuts down randomly. grrr. i'm really frusterated, but i cant afford a new computer. is there anything else i can do besides format the whole thing and start over?
Can you can do a virus scan and then a disk defrag
that should help you
make sure when your on its well ventilated if it's getting overly hot and shutting down could be another prob
i have had laptops that do get really hot
does it do it only when you have AC power plugged or even when your using battery
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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