Question about Acer Aspire 3680 Laptop
The only solution I am able to give us that because it is a Hard Ware problem, it cannot be fixed without getting hands on. It sounds like it just needs repositioning - because with laptops, after wear and tear and all the bumps and bruises things get loose - so..
I do not recommend you open up your laptop if you have no experience what so ever with doing so. You also void any warranty you have if you do. If you ain't worried about that, then it's a good time to get some self teaching experience. Get the manual for your Laptop, open it up and play around... but.. that's if you don't really care, and want to take some risks. Which most people don't.
I only thing I can suggest is to get a qualified technician - go to your local PC shop, and get them to open it up and reposition it.
But mainly, with something like that, it's not worth the time or money to repair. If you have lots of both, then that's all you can do to fix that.
Hopefully I have been of some assistance!
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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