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The factory installed drivers and applications can be re-installed by using Acer eRecovery by following these steps:
1.Click Start, and then All Programs 2.Click Acer, and then Acer eRecovery Management 3.You may be prompted to enter or create a password. This password will be required to use eRecovery in the future. 4.In the next window on the left toolbar, select Restore. 5.Choose Reinstall Drivers or Applications 6.Choose Contents 7.Choose the driver or application you wish to install 8.On the right, click the Install link and follow the prompts. 9.The computer may restart when installation is complete. If it does not restart, manually shutdown and restart the computer. Note: For older Acer products, the Acer eRecovery Management program may not be available.
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One half of the disk contains the program application while resourcefulness is attained from the remaining spaces. Usually the computers disk spaces allows only least application programing from the manufacturer, where a greater faction of the sapces are memory spaces with capacitis to display prorgams with several codes.The computer adjust according to what is requested either of memory, storage spaces.
You will need to download the launch manger application to make the volume keys work. Click on the link i have provided below and scroll down to near the bottom of the page. On the left hand side look for launch manager and click on the orange icon next to it. Once downloaded install the application and the volume problem should be resolved once you have restarted the laptop. Link below >>>>>
what you need to do is click on start then right click on computer and select manage once the window opens select device manager and a list will come up on the main screen. Go down the list and expand the keyboards selection and there should be a listing called launch manager. Double click on it and on the properties window click on drivers and it will give you several options, click on uninstall and go through the list if it asks you if you want to uninstall click yes. now that its uninstalled go to support.acer.com select notebook then aspire and finally 6920. then under the list you can select your operating system, be sure to pick your operating system e.g. windows vista home premium x32. then click on application scroll down and download launch manager. Restart your computer install launch manager and restart again. Congrats your media center counsel should work!
1. Check if your computer has enough memory available. Open task manager, select performance tab. Check the green bar on the bottom then copare memory usage to the total of your Physical memory. If your usage is greater then physical memory then upgrade memory on your laptop.
2. Unistall your Skype application and reinstall it. Do the same for your Webcam.
hi, you haven't mentioned whether your mouse started moving after you deleted the applications.. Anyway to lower your CPU usage, you can do the following... 1. Run 'msconfig' without the inverted comas in the run dialog box. ( start--> run ) 2. Select the startup tab... you can disable all application at startup to load the system faster. or you can select the application that you thing is unnecessary. this needs a restart. 3. Next try to press Ctrl, Alt , Del at the ssame time to launch the task manager. First you will be seeing the application that is running. Go to the next tab that is the Processes tab. under this you will see all the processes that is running and utilsing how much resources . Below on the status bar of that window you will see the cpu usage... Now identify the processes that has the highest memory usage... right click and select end process tree. the process will be stopped. Remember not to end the explorer.exe process. Most resources is utilised by Anti-virus softwares like norton, also by web-browsing and graphics opertaions....