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Plug in an external usb keyboard to try it.

Posted on Nov 28, 2013

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SOURCE: When I turn on my sister's Acer Aspire One

Hi

if you do not have anything on it that you are desperate to keep you could try the factory
restore option

to do this

power up and press the ALT+F10 key a couple of times
this will hopefully take you into the factory restore option
then follow the on screen instructions

hopefully this will help you
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I'd suggest that your memory or hard drive is going bad.
RAM issues are normally accompanied by a blue screen with a STOP 0xxxxx00038 (example) type of message or a Page fault type error, which is caused when windows loads, and the full potential of the Ram module is used, highlighting the fault with the module.

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