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I have an Acer Aspire 7736Z and i have had it for a year and it just shut off and will not turn back on.

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Buy a new one ....

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SOURCE: how to change the programmable button on Acer aspire 7736Z

Go to your Start Menu --> Programs --> Task Manager. It is the Task Manager that actually handles the action of this button.

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SOURCE: how to change prorammable button on Acer Aspire 7736Z-4448

-Go to Windows Start
-Type in "Launch Manager"
-Choose whatever program you want to customize button to.
-If your program isn't listed there select "Add"
-You can add whatever program from your computer of type in a web address from there.
P.S. Acer doesn't list this anywhere, and they want to charge you for the info if you call them (so wrong of them).

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