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one of 2 things, youre battery might be no more good, i u left a dead battery lieing around for awhile they tend to lose there charge so maybe buy a new battery, but i suggest reformating ur computer using the hidden partion in the acer start screen, when u boot ur computer hold ctrl + f10 this should enable the acer e-recovery management to reset the computer back to factory defaults. Note that everything in ur drive c will be deleted so anything u want to keep should be moved to the drive D. if its not ctrl f10 then search acer e recovery and ull find the correct key combination to enable it
Have you tried running a virus scan, an adware scan and defragmented your drives? These things should help speed it up. If its still too slow after doing these things, try disabling programs from booting with windows (such as things in the system tray like yahoo messenger, msn, aol, etc)
The horizontal line means that there is a loss connection in the horizontal projection of the monitor. This can be resolved by fixing the horizontal panel board that gives error. this require quite expert in the LCD troubleshooting. However, if you believe that you can do it, ok you may proceed.
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