Question about Acer Aspire 3100-1405 Notebook
I got my sisters laptop from school and she left it on and now the screen freaks out when i move it. its become very sensetive. how do i fix it?? P.S. its a acer aspire 3500
Sounds to me as though the Cabling going through the casing from the screen to the main board may have been damaged somehow? This is a common problem I have seen quite a bit.. If it is this then to fix it is a bit of a mission.. ya have to get a new "Correct" Cable from ya PC parts supplier, then disassemble the Lappy, reinstall the new cable and reassemble the Lappy.. Otherwise it is off to the PC repair shop for a "Quote" on the repair and an explanation of what they found..
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When you move the laptop, the hard drive protection kicks in and the read/write heads go into park position freezing the laptop for a fracture of second. Apparenlty this causing the sound to statter.
You can disable the hard drive protection for a while and see if it fixes the problem.
Also, try reducing the movement detection sensetivity in the hard drive protection utility.
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