Hey, I have an acer aspire 3000 with your same issue (computer won't run unless battery is disconnected), however it works perfectly fine in safe mode. I did install XP and it worked perfectly fine, but when I did the SP3 update that's when it would freeze upon normal boot (the clock worked normally, but the keyboard and touchpad froze). I suspect this is and isuse with one of the updates, which kinda sucks. Let me know if the new battery solves the problem, otherwise I think it's some kind of a software conflict causing a hardware failure.
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akku Acer Aspire 3000 100 percent compatible with you Compaq Presario CQ61. I bought two Acer Aspire 3000 batteries from http://www.pcakkus.com/acer-aspire-3000.html two weeks ago, I felt very surprised, because it fits nearly as good as the original battery.
sounds like a virus or malware, try this, go to spybot, search and destroy and download thier free program, also AVG. com, also free, and run them both in safe mode, also defrag your hard drive, start,programs, accesories, system tools, defrag, it may run several hours, let it a lone, first spybot, then avg, then defrag
The vga board on this laptop heats up very easyly and the heatsink is uselessly small. Video may fail withing 12 months. I would recommend another laptop model, this series 3xxx and 15xx have cooling issues and parts fail often. Not much you can do about the problem.
yes if you reinstalled windows, the wrong drivers may be in use any way.
Download the touchpad driver first and install from link below, then go to my computer>right click>properties>hardware tab>device manager>mice and pointing devices and click on the '+' sign and it will show your touchpad, right click on it and select uninstall.
Do the same with the keyboard on the '+' sign again in the same hardware list, then restart your laptop and the items will be re installed and the drivers assigned automatically.
There is no specific keyboard driver only a generic one so you have to hope that the touchpad was having some sort of conflict.
The problem is the battery as mentioned before. Disabling "Microsoft ACPI-Compliant Control Battery Method" should solve the problem of the keybord and the mouse, this is, because the driver dosen't work properly with a bad battery. I think it fires a lot of hard interruptions that are blocking the keybord and the mouse interruption to the system (each time a key is pressed an interruption is send to the processor... if the battery driver sends a lot of interruptions, the key interruptions don't have time to be processed in time - that explains the fact that the system responds to a key press is that bad)