There are some moral issues i would like to discuss with people at Acer though. I'm not the only one who got his aao bricked. A friend of mine sent his away on service - waited about three months until they finally sent him a new one, said that the problem could not be fixed. OK he got a new one, but 1. he had to wait for three months (three months of calling, nagging, pleading to get it back), 2. had an outdated BIOS again, 3. it bricked AGAIN (he is not a BT user - just the plain old Win / Mail, Surf, Chat... Joe), 4. called me to fix it (as I suggested before and as I did with mine; but he didn't want to loose the warranty)
1. Their support (at least in Croatia) sucks
2. They don't mention a thing about fixing this specific problem on their site (I can understand that they don't want to deal with the risk of anybody tampering with their bios and then activate the warranty when they mess up); but what about people who's warranty expired? They could post the solution and the warranty warning next to each other.
NO SUPPORT. (At least non for free)