Sometimes when i'm just going to be gone for a few minutes I just shut the computer. But when I opened about an hour or two later it wouldn't turn on when I pressed the power button, so i assumed that the battery needed to be charged so I put the charger where it's suppose to and I tried the power button again but it still wouldn't turn on. Whats wrong with it?!?!?!?!?!
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If the computer is overheating it will shut down to save the hardware from heat damage, the temp is pre set. It may get hot, due to air flow in a minute or and hour. What does the "screen comes up says problem " say? Check the fan and vents for dust and clean, improve air flow around bottom vents and side vents. Perhaps a Laptop Cooler? When the computer shuts down unepectedly, the computer see it as a crash and will load in that option screen. Run a 'Check Disk" on the OS drive buy opening computer in start menu, right click the drive with the OS (C), open properties, Tools, Check now, choose all options, follow instructions, reboot.
Definition: Hibernate is another option for powering down
your laptop. When you use Hibernate all data will be saved to the hard
drive in a compressed form. Once you start up from Hibernate mode you
will be able to work with the applications and documents you left open
before putting the laptop into Hibernate.
Hibernate is best used to conserve laptop battery power when you will be
away from the laptop for more than a few minutes. You can put your
laptop into Hibernate overnight or when you will be away from it for a
Examples: Rather than shutting down my
laptop each night, I use Hibernate to help conserve battery power and
enable me to access my open files quicker in the morning.
If you are not going to use your computer for a few hours, it is a good idea to put it to sleep (also known as
mode) to save power. If you are not going to use the computer for more
than a day, it is usually best to turn it off.
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try to reset the bios to factory defaults to do that keep tapping the f2 key as soon a you turn on the computer until you see the bios screen then using keyboard go to a tab which says boot then press f9 key press 'y' to confirm then your computer should boot properly everytime.. take a look at this picture just to show you how that screen looks if this doesn't work try doing system restore..to do system restore try this link..see the use system restore topic
This sounds like *********** board is overheating due to probably dust and fan not working properly. Try using air can to blow some of the stuff of off the fan from the bottom of the laptop but make sure you dont tip the can over while doing this because the air turns in to ice and it will mess up you laptop. If just blowing air don't work then you have to open it and clean it up.Hope this helps.
You did what all should not have been done. your battery works as a buffer between high surge of electricity which comes through electrical supply i.e. it protects your smps from burning up. From your current position it seems your smps fuse has blown. If they have given one or else your smps itself has gone. I'll tell you for your future usage of battery. Whenever you get any electronic equipment with chargable battery you should never switch it on unless and untill you have charged it for continuous 24 hours. Never try to run such equipment directly through dc or ac power. Hope your fuse has gone its not costly.
if your laptop is out of warranty,
Acer will first charge you USD 450.
It's look like your problem is fan, they may reduce to USD 200.
but if the problem is related with motherboard, the cost will stay USD 450.
if you still have warranty, just send it for repair, it should be free.
About your problem, it's look like the fan isnot moving, that cause your laptop overheating and then shut off.
and if you are comfortable, you can open it by your self and check if there is something that hold your fans.
i have the same problem...laptop randomly shuts down, but its even done it within a minute of turning it on so i don't think its a heat issue. Sometimes it'll run for over an hour with no problem and never shut down, but other times it randomly shuts down sometimes within a minute, sometimes maybe 10 mins, sometimes 30 mins or more ...its maddening! i'd love to find a solution if anyone's found one. Thanks.