Error Codes on Acer® Aspire Laptop
Computer devices could sometimes experience sudden errors that we may not know of sometimes. It could be caused by a virus on the system and it could also be caused by human error and physical hardware malfunction. When addressing errors for the Acer Aspire, one should consult the troubleshoot manual for solutions to such errors. Some errors can be easily addressed but some others need support from computer manufacturers. It is essential not to plat know-it-all in situations like these. If you are uncertain of a solution, do not tamper with your Acer Aspire® and call for help and support as soon as possible.
- CMOS error
- Keyboard error
- Configuration error
If you receive a checksum error, it could mean that there is a critical error in the system. This could either mean that a component of your Acer Aspire® has gone wrong or malfunctioning and it cannot provide the necessary calculations for the system. Another CMOS error could be related to the CMOS battery. In this case the device that controls the time and the basic memory aspects of the device are affected. You have to contact a professional computer technician or you can also call the support hotline for Acer® so that the issue can be fixed quickly.
If you have hardware issue like the keyboard problem, it could either mean that the keyboard has malfunctioning, or there is a problem with the circuit. The device driver could be affected as well. If you have a keyboard interface error or if an error message showing that your keyboard is not connected, contact an authorized service center to have the Acer Aspire® checked.
If you have an equipment configuration error or if there is a memory size mismatch, you can use the BIOS to fix the problem. During POST, hit on F2 and enter the BIOS utility. After that, press exit and then the Acer Aspire® will reboot. This should fix the problem that you have with the memory mismatch and configuration.