I bought acer aspire 2920 in May. Added extra 1G RAM and bought vista home basics original. The trouble is it takes nearly 3.5 minutes to start the windows. Whenever i am typing on msword, the cursor keeps running backwards even though i am not touching the touchpad.
Gen the problem is that your pc is too slow to take this much load the best thing is too move your pc back to windows xp professional 32bit service pack 3 or vista homr premium service pack 1 and try upgrading your pc by more ram if it can take it
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Date 08.09.2013: BIOS BIOS BIOS!!! 2 GB RAM in Acer Aspire One AO532h (2Db): BIOS 1.25 supports up to 2 GB RAMBIOS 1.26 supports only 1 GB RAM (the 1,25 version was downloaded from the original homepage today, but perhaps they can change the file...) Cheers!
http://www.laptops-drivers.com/acer-notebooks/download-acer-aspire-2920-drivers-for-xp.html here you have all drivers for ths model on Xp operation system ...if you need for vista take a look on the page down ..I sow a link for vista and same model..just select the one you need ...for camera I sow that it was there ..I will link it here just in case you can't manage .. by te way there are more than one model for camera and Im not sure which one ..but I suspect the chicony ..
Open "My Computer".
Right-mouse-click on the 'C:' drive.
A pie-chart will display, showing how much disk-space is "used"
and how much is "available".
Probably, the "available" pie-slice is less than 5% of the whole pie.
What Windows did was to "expand" the "paging" file, making it 1GB larger than it was before you added the RAM. So, the amount of "used" space on your C: drive is now 1GB _more_ than before.
So, burn some CD/DVD disks with some of your files,
and then delete the files, after checking that the disks are readable, to make more "free" space on your 'C:' drive.
First, let it cool down. Try booting it without the extra ram chip in it. Make sure your laptop accepts DDR2 553 and make sure that the make of both chips are the same. If they're both different it can cause problems.