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If it's still under warranty, I suggest talking to your supplier or ringing Acer. If not, by the sounds of it you might be infected by some virus.. or a hardware fault. I am unable to tell. Perhaps getting advice from a local computer shop would be the best way, maybe allowing them to look in to it for an hour and seeing whether it's worth repairing.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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