My acer 5920 laptop suddenly stopped working today for no reason.just shut its self down and will not come back on .i plugged in the chareger and it will not even blink to let u know its on charge.i need to know where to send it to for repair,only had it for 2 months
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STOP 0x000000ED UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME - this is issued when the data on the hard disk is completely corrupted. Reinstall Windows and if the problem returns very quickly then the hard disk itself is dying - you will have to replace it and reinstall one more time.
pull the sd card out of the laptop and then reboot the laptop restart it most people put their laptops on standby for some reason and ushally causes more conflicts then need be. Try that see if it helps if not I will look at your units documentation to see if there is anything related to that which would solve this issue quickly for you.
Sounds like you have a faulty power supply. The internal parts of your pc produce alot of heat, and if a part is heating up, then it will cause your pc to shut off.
With you saying that unplugging it , and then waiting , and then it comes back on, it sounds like once some part has cooled off, then the pc works.
My bet would be your power supply. Do make sure however, that all your parts are still tight in their sockets.. ie processor, memory , etc. I saw a pc that shut off at random times because the heat sink didn't make good contact with the processor once in college. So you want to check those things.
Sounds like you have a heat issue.
Is the fans clear, or are they clogged with dust, hair, etc? Check the cpu heatsink as well for dust, etc.
It sounds like the cpu thermostat is shutting the system down.
Let me know