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2 problems (with my Acer desktop): #1 When I

2 problems (with my Acer desktop): #1 When I leave my desktop unattended for 30 min or more, it switches to a black screen that I cannot get off of either by moving my mouse, clicking keys on the keyboard or clicking ctrl+alt+del ... this started about 2 dys ago, up til then it ran perfect and when I do a hard reboot on it, it still takes about 30 min just to get it to the login screen. #2 it does not recognize any discs i put into the cd rom player.

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Check your hard disk if running ok .

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