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Screen of my acer 3680 turns off and the laptope power off

The screen when down laoding the windows the screen turns off (becomes dark ) and then the laptop power also turns on , and be pressing on enter key the fan starts and the machin tries to start ,but after few seconds turns off again ,

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Try system recovery.or try recovering windows through a Rescue disk.

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