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My satellite keeps shutting down. I think it keeps over heating. even if it is only on a short while. what can i do... where can i send it for repairs. ithe unit shuts down when i run more that one internet sight, when watching and dealing with my stock portfolio. it shuts down for no reason. i have lost trades because this piece of ____ won't stay running. i have replaced the batteries, and even added more ram to help out with its speed, but it still shuts down after a short while. My son thinks I should take it apart and re-set the heat sink!!!!!!!!! what ever that means Can someone help.

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Go to acer.com, fill a repair form and register your computer, if in warranty they email you with the instructions to send it for repair.

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