Problems with Acer Aspire M7200

November 13, 2013 at 08:01:29
Specs: Windows Vista, 2302MB
DA CIRCA UN MESE ALL'AVVIO NON DA SEGNO DI VITA, IN GENERE DOPO SETTE O OTTO MINUTI CHE PROVO CON IL TASTO DELL'ACCENSIONE PARTE E OGNI VOLTA ALL'ACCENSIONE E' SEMPRE LA STESSA STORIA. COSA GLI E' SUCCESSO?

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November 13, 2013 at 08:47:13
I can't make any sense of the English translation of your post (Google Translate). Since the title is English, please also post your problem in English. Thank you.

Non riesco a dare un senso alla traduzione in inglese di quanto sopra (Google Translate).

Dal momento che il titolo è in inglese, si prega di inserire i tuoi problemi in inglese. Grazie

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#2
November 13, 2013 at 15:19:15
Auto translation from Italian:
FOR ABOUT A MONTH WHEN NO SIGN OF LIFE, USUALLY AFTER SEVEN OR EIGHT MINUTES I FEEL WITH THE IGNITION KEY PART AND EVERY TIME AT STARTUP IT'S ALWAYS THE SAME STORY. WHAT IS SUCCESS?


Melinda:
I don't know what is meant by "Ignition Key" but if you have to fiddle with something to get it to work the fault is often near or around whatever you have to fiddle with.

We need more information. Best get an English speaking friend to help you explain your problem.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks

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#3
November 13, 2013 at 16:04:25
mmm A friend with a command of English would be useful…; as on-line translations often make tech stuff very confusing… I tried three on-line translation routines… They all refer to an ignition key; and then they go really out into total confusion as to what is actually being said… In effect total rubbish...

I think 'ignition key" is likely to be either starting up (booting up) - or trying to use the 'start' function (bottom left) - if win-7 r earlier…? More inclined to go for the booting up process, or at least the on/of button…?

This as "when reading/interpreting as it were" the info (given in English) it sounds as though the system freezes (or goes into standby/hibernate/sleep mode) after a little while;. and only either several reboots does it start up again?

Mind you using the word "start" in place of ignition key.. could/would suggest it would appear to be necessary to click on it (the start button - bottom left in win-7 and earlier) a few times before it does anything, (i.e. the system responds…) when the laptop is booted up OK but hasn't been actually used for a while..?

But as you say Derek… A better explanation in English would be most useful; and also which OS is involved...


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