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|Acer Aspire Hangs Crashes
Howdy. I'm new to TSF, so I would like to apologize in advance for too little information or accidental misuse of this forum. I'll carry out my best to avoid these issues.
I've got an Acer Aspire Timeline 5810TZ-4657 laptop running Vista House Premium that I've been utilizing for some-odd years. Since I owned it, it's been an item of ****. However, lately it's utilized a downhill turn.
Up to now it would start up at 100% Computer and nearly instantly collision unless I was in safe and sound mode. Even then I had to quickly end all non-vital processes your keep it going briefly. We attributed this for a long time to particular very bad habbits I have together with computers. Namely to do with the particular registry, defraging,mulberry cufflinks, caches, history, porn, updates, etc. Years and years of beginner mistakes that I've due to the fact learned from.
The laptop is certain to get quite warm, so for a short time I used a homemade additional cooling system consisting basically water in a bag. Worked well for a short time,mulberries, but I noticed the laptop would crash even without being very hot and it was difficult to continue to keep all the water in the tote over periods of time, so I quit on it.
About a week ago I did a factory go delinquent reset. This seemed to create all the difference for about 2 days, through which time the only thing I've downloaded is Visual C++. Now, Now i am lucky to get 20 minute out of a session without this slowing to a complete cease and having to hard-reset the damn thing. Hoping upgrading for you to XP will help some.
Currently being that my next ideal computer-like device is an outdated Google android phone, Finding a solution to this trouble has been remarkably hard. Simply writing this has taken me two sessions. -.- Realize that I'm not very software-inclined, I'm really a mechanics kind of man, but I can probably find whichever info. you need if you question. My next step would be to bring it apart and dust it out carefully. It's pretty old. Even so thought I'd come to you guys first. Thanks.