Question about Acer Aspire 5610-2013 Notebook
It is my experience that many memory problems, when not specific to physically broken modules, are driver related. Have you attempted restoring your drivers for the memory in question from the "Utilities and Tools" disk(s) usually supplied with a laptop at point of purchase? If you don't have them Acer can supply them if you contact them through their support site. [site: support.acer.com]
If you do have the disk(s) in question I would attempt reinstalling the chipset utility first. Then installing the specific driver for the PCMCIA cardbus controller.
A secondary method, if you have a working internet connection for the laptop in question, would be to enter "Device Manager" and select the PCI flash memory unit that isn't working. Odds are it will have a "bang" mark next to it [a black exclamation mark in a yellow circle]. Double clicking on it will give an option to update the drivers. The OS software will search the internet for the appropriate driver(s) and install them. I've found this works about half the time.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: acer aspire 5610Z mic problem
nope, PCI Flash memory doesn't have anything to do with your mic issue. This may just be a configuration issue. Go to control panel -- sounds and audio devices. Go to Voice Recording under Voice tab. It should not be grayed out. Click Test hardware and follow the instructions. This should help you resolve the problem. If all else fail, reinstall the audio driver.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
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Title: pci flash memory
The answer to this issue is the card reader driver. I found it by going to http://us.acer.com/support then enter your Acer model name eg: aspire > model # eg: 5610> then make sure you enter the proper OS in the dropdown. you will also find most other drivers there as well and as of 7-17-09 its free. i attatched the link So Let me know if this helps.
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