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Acer extensa 5630ez won?t turn on.
Can you give a location of R138?
Is it on the easy side? E.q. the side of the motherboard wich is accessible by removing the bottom plate? I see Q24, located close to CPU. If possible, post a picture of R138, with some components visible.
on Feb 23, 2019
After starting the laptop it
just found this on the internet not sure if it will work for you but have a read up about it.
Rundll problem issues are caused by misconfigured system files. Rundll problem usually happen when the computer's registry system overloads with to much data, or when certain system files become missing or broken.
The Rundll problem issues are easy to repair. By downloading and running the registry repair tool System Optimizer, you can quickly and effectively fix this problem and prevent others from occuring. Simply click the links below for your download.
Download & Install System Optimizer
Note:If the download link doesn't work you may need to Download it from a mirror
Click the "Quick Scan" button.
Click the 'Repair All' Button to Repair Your PC.
or try this link first..
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on Oct 28, 2017
LAPTOP IN I-TUNES
My guess is overheating. Did you move it after it turned off all those times. You need to be aware of where the inlet and outlet grills are for the cooling fans.
Number of songs is irrelevant. Having a good battery and mains power is :>)
on Aug 31, 2017
I spilled water some time
yes it is. just make sure that you order the right one. the best way of doing so is to take off your current keyboard and on the back of it you will find the serial number. you need this because you might order the "fitting" keyboard but with different keyboard layout ()qwerty, azerty, russian, spanish, german...
But if you go for the serial number, you will get the same one like you have now.
on Aug 04, 2017
How to lock the task bar when it does not showing on screen
It may be set to auto hide. Try moving your mouse cursor to the edge of the bottom screen. If it doesn't show up, try the other three edges of your screen.
Once located, right click on the task bar and choose "Properties" from the menu. On the window that pops up, simply uncheck the auto hide option. If the bar is already on the bottom edge, click on the "Lock the taskbar option." If not, drag the bar to the edge of the screen you prefer and then lock it.
on Jul 04, 2016
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