Question about Acer Aspire 5601WLMi Notebook
This is one of the odd things on PC (answering for windows) No PC stated full model or OS. so... I guess.
many applications allow you to run it 1 ,2,3 or more times (called INSTANCES)
you can edit, say 5 documents at the same time.
(mad men do that) heheheehe
ok, it is simple to see this,
in windows, the task bar.
you see OO (open office) there not just one time you have
a second INSTANCE running, there (2 or more icons same)
so delete it, right click it and delete it. fixed.
or BETTER open them both see the fake one and shut it off, not the one with your LIFE STORY Biography loaded.
or just shut them all down now. all OO open .
then start again
and only click it ONCE this time.
Posted on Mar 02, 2019
1) Power off the computer then power it back on and begin tapping the F8 key. When the menu comes up, move the cursor to "Safe mode with networking" and do an enter
2) The computer should boot into the safe mode
3) Go to the control panel, Programs and Features, and uninstall OpenOffice.
4) If that doesn't work, download and install Malwarebytes, run a scan and get rid of the virus or malware on your machine.
Posted on Feb 22, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
go to control panel then mouse properties you will see the buttons the left & right then click the task that you want to do.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
Does the password come up instantly when the power is turned on or does the laptop load windows and then ask for your password?
If it loads windows, press F8 repeatedly while the computer is starting up, before the windows logo comes. Select safe mode from the list.
When the safemode loads, you will be presented with a Administrator user account, (XP and older) click on the administrator to sign in, if you haven't set a password to it you will be able to sign in and remove or change the forgotten password on your user account - start - control panel - user accounts.
If you have a password prompt that comes up instantly when the power is pressed on, there are few possible ways to get rid of it, The best being contacting your dealer or acer directly for the service.
If you are outside of warranty and you are willing to open up the machine, disconnect the bios battery for 20 minutes and place it back in, try starting up, some laptops may have a small switch to remove the password but it is very rare.
Because we can not never confirm that you are the owner of this laptop I will not give you further instructions, theres noting you can do to proof that your the owner of the laptop so please take it to acer or a local professional to get it removed.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
Hey, I've just been having this problem. Try pressing CTRL + SHIFT + FN all at the same time. I found out that I had to press them once to turn on the green keys, and then press them twice more to turn it off. I hope that works for you.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
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