Question about Acer Computers & Internet
Have you checked how much space you have left on your drive? When I went over one time that happend to me..so I deleted 100GB and it was fine after.GOOD LUCK
Posted on Jun 06, 2015
the mouse is freezing because, you have either too many programmes running at start up, conflicting drivers, slow start up anti virus programmes, or you may have a virus or trojan/spyware programme running in the background. The shut down could be a processor overheating problem, so check all your vents and fans for clogged up dust and ensure your pc is well ventillated.
Posted on Apr 01, 2007
SOURCE: mouse keeps freezing
It maybe getting too hot. You need to blow out all vents and fans. I have seen acer laptops get too hot, easily, so you need to make sure it is dust free.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
ok sounds like you unit is in very serious need of cleaning and maybe even some virus removal.
to scan and remove viruses ( click here ). install this to your computer and allow it to scan and remove any found threats.
also click start then run or command prompts .
type : cookies.
a page will pop up. you will need to delete everything in this except index. index is a system file and can not be deleted. close this window and empty recycle bin. now you will need to repeat this step but this time you will type in : temp
delete everything in this window. these are the things that will slow your computer down. you will also need to do a disk clean up. and a disk defrag.
after that you computer will be running faster.
also i subjest removing some things from your start up menu. this will slow the computer down from shutting down quickly.
i hope this was helpful.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you so much! But when I do the comman prompt, and type in cookies and temp, nothing pops up!"
Looks like the Laptop is running some backend program which could be either a service, an application running at the stealth mode, or a driver program that seems to seize the Memmory resource allocated to the Kernal. Did you try check the system log by going to Start - Run - eventvwr.exe wherein you will find two heives namely Application and system. On the second start try to go through this event viewer which is opened as i said before and find out if you can locate any memmory related critical error or any application related critical error which lead it to a hung state and a restart registered later.
If you cant find that please boot in a safe mode and see if this is happening. It should not happen ideally speaking. Still if this is happening, try to restore the OS or run the repair disk of Acer Aspire. This should resolve the issue. Still if you cant resolve this issue its surely due to a hardware problem. I would advice you to go ahead tappering the chances of problems starting from an OS monitoring to Hardware Troubleshooting as per the steps i have explained here. Good Luck.
Posted on Feb 14, 2010
Make sure that you are not placing the hand on the touchpad while typing.... This might be due to the drivers issue with the touchpad.. Try to unistall the drivers of touchpad from the device manager.. Then install a fresh copy from the dell website(www.support.acer.com).. If the issue is yet to be fixed please contact Acer to replace the touchpad....
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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