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Screen freezes and shows crazy purple colors in the screen or pink horizontal lines. The one time it shuts itself down, the other i have to use the on/off button to shut it down. When restarting it gives me 2 options: start regularly or go to restore. Both will bring me back to windows, but it fails again after minutes or hours. Acer aspire 5520G

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    i have the same problem :( dunno what to do though??

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Incedible in one web page I found this solution and its work for me, the problem is the batery, just remove and no more frezee screnss and horizontal lines in color purple, Hope this helpt to you.

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