Question about Acer Aspire 3100-1405 Notebook
I leave my computer on for days at a time but when it's not in use it's on hibernate mode/screen is off/laptop is closed. After using it a few times the scroll down button decides to not work. It will, however, work if I restart the computer so it's no big deal. I was just wondering what's causing this and if anyone is having this problem.
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Posted on Jul 22, 2008
Ya , even i have the same problem. when u r keeping ur laptop on several days and close the lid also, your keypad and mousepad gets heated up. the sensors below the touchpad is very sensitive. hence , it may automatically switch off sometimes to prevent getting overheated.here is one advice,if u r using the laptop for long hours,just take off the battery out from the laptop and run it on ac supply,because a battery can last for 1500-1600 cycles of charging. After that u have to buy a new one.So, make sure u are using ur battery only when u r doing some important projects only.that is why , most companies don't give warranty on ur laptop battery.
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