It opens a program where i need to register to get 3 year warranty. Joelle345 said: Do not buy Asus branded anything. It is relate to market stuffs. Now, the Laptop shutdown itsself again in a similar manner. Cutting corners will give you a cheaper product, but will also make it more vulnerable to flaws. The lighting changes, the sleep timer turns back on after I turn it off. Acer computers previously had a problem with a burn hazard due to short circuiting and over heating.
And so when the registration program poped up again I pressed ----already registered, and then another problem appeared. The symptoms are no activity and a blank, dead screen. Worse is, they offer no support. Better option is to do system restore point which brings your system pretty much back in time to a point where you have not m … ade those changes, but you have to create restore point at that time. No, never buy an asus. It's run flawlessly, so I haven't had to try out the warranty.
I stored it on a shelf by itself. They are a good value, come in an attractive package like remotes, decent carry bag, etc. I've been using it for 4. Still I view Acer computers as being comparable to other makers of computers such as Dell. I have a hard time not smashing this thing to pieces with all the trouble it has given me.
The lighting changes, the sleep timer turns back on after I turn it off. Never again will I purchase an Acer product and I hope Costco stops carrying their products. Essentially, I buy another one, but I also am real comfortable trouble shooting my own rigs. In , Acer provided sponsorship to the Formula One team, and the team's engines were badged as Acers. . I spent 3 months browsing the web, the forums, owner's lounges etc.
Gateway acquired eMachines in 2004, and Packard Bell in 2007. Icons come and go and every time I want to print, I have to uninstall and then re-install printer. I would never buy this brand again no matter how cheap they get. I am over the top careful. It is a notable vendor in key segments such as education, desktop computers and low profile notebooks for education. I am exasperated that you can't see this from my perspective.
I really wouldnt want any one to go through what I am going through and it looks like the story is still not over. Called my bank, spoke to my account manager which confirmed that my card is totally normal, nothing blocking it from purchases. Similar randomly shutdown incidents occurred again and again at the similar frequency once in a few weeks. Now, in the last couple of months, I've seen an incredible decline in functionality. This was only possible because of investing their profits into Research and Development.
However, they were both portable and can sit on a person's lap and did eventually lead to the development of notebook style laptops. In the first month I had to send it Asus for repair through Best Buy twice! A couple friends of mine also have Acers and we all agree that they are nice machines for the price. That is the same when companies make good products or bad ones. I checked out the G1 at bestbuy and it seemed like a very solid machine, and most of the notebook forums I've visited like notebookreview have only good things to say about asus, they are usually considered one of the highest build qualities for laptops. Trust me I wasted 500 dollars on a computer that never worked. It freezes constantly doing the simplest of tasks - opening a new tab, adding a page break in a word document, or even just skipping to the next song in Spotify. The information on this site is in no way guaranteed for completeness, accuracy or in any other way.
It basically means that Acer owns the other two. Simply put, they are fucking ridiculous. Netbooks, in particular, didn't fare as well--as one might expect from low-cost machines. Now the customer can add memory but would pay for the memory and labor. But the problem remained the same. She objects to the Outlook screen that appears on the home page by default.