Acer® Aspire Blue Screen
Acer® Aspire® is a series of elegant hi-tech personal computers desktops and laptops by Acer Inc. Acer® Aspire® is excellent series that is aims customers that require computers for simple household or small scale business pupose. Some of the Acer Aspire Laptops provide full-fledged media centre configuration to provide entertainment and fun. Most of the latest models of laptops of Acer® Aspire® have built in Blue Ray drives, 5.12 audio outputs and transfelctive displays. With touchscreen technology you can control your computer very intuitively.
- Blue Screen Error in Acer® Aspire® Laptops
- Reason and Consequences of Blue Screen Error in Acer® Aspire® Laptops
- Tips to solve the Blue Screen Error in Acer® Aspire® Laptops
Blue Screen Error in Acer® Aspire® Laptops
With all its features and two year warranty period, you can enjoy the Acer® Aspire® Laptop with full functionality. Yet, being an electronic device based on various drivers and software, the Acer® Aspire® laptop may suffer from some technical problems. One of such problem is Blue Screen Error. Sometimes, your Acer® Aspire® will work perfectly and all of sudden you may face a blue screen that will flash for couple of seconds. The blue screen won’t stay for long and you will find it difficult even to read the message it displays. The problem at the start may occur only a few times but with the passage of time, the problem may occur frequently and your computer may start closing down automatically.
Reason and Consequences of Blue Screen Error in Acer® Aspire® Laptops
Many a times, just after turning on your Acer® Aspire® Laptops you may get a blue screen with the following message STOP: OXOOOOOO7E (OXCOOOOOO5, OX8OCF8640, OX88183554, OX88183250 acpi.sys-Address 80CF8640 base at 80CDE000, Datestamp 4549adb7. There can be many reasons for the problem of blue screen. One of them can be the wrong BIOS settings or may be the Windows® 7/ Windows Vista® and Windows® XP system installed on your computer have got some problems. Another reason may be some incompatible software that you might have installed recently.
You may try to restore your PC back to defaults. The process of restoring PC to defaults is simple, just hold the [alt] key and press the F10 key right when you turn the PC on to start the recovery program. Check out all the new software that you have installed on your computer, if the software are not genuine and authenticated, remove them, because they may be the cause of problem. Another way is, get in the BIOS and turn of the option of Autostart at system failure.