I found a way to open the Acer Care Center Service while it keep on tells you still initializing. App store Acer Care Center won't have battery limiter, you need to download from Drivers and Manuals and get the original software for your laptop1. Open Task Manager.2. Click "File" then Run New Task3. Browse and search in Program Files (x86) >> Acer >> Care Center4.Click "ACCStd" and your Acer Care Center Service will open
When i am trying to open acer care it is showing this message.acer care center service is still initializing!!i have tried reseting and fixing and updating the app from app store nothing is working.
So there you have it, ACER care is a fake unworking driver update software. A massive fail for ACER.
Maybe they are not confirmed to be safe for your configuration. Every change might disrupt the working configuration.
I like to update drivers through amd, intel and nvidia websites.
You can do that. It's safer than driving car(s), particularly Tesla ;)
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I love you for this, this solved my issue 1 year later.
I had the same problem "Acer care center service is still initializing" follow the steps given below:
1) Search for the task scheduler in the start, and open it.
2) In the right section under the action, you can find "Create task." open it.
3) In the General section,
4) In the Triggers section,
5) In the Actions section,
6) In the Conditions section, Deselect the power options under Power.
7) Click ok. It will ask for your computer password; after entering and hitting on ok, restart your computer
8) Start the Care center from start.
It works for me and might work for you guys to
I have Windows 11 Pro, 64-bit, and I followed these steps. I'm using my Administrator account & password. Once I click OK, it prompts me with:
"Task Scheduler cannot apply your changes. The user account is unknown, the password is incorrect, or the account does not have permission to modify the task."
This is UTTERLY RIDICULOUS and makes NO sense! I also ran Task Scheduler with the 'Run as administrator' option. I've read reports of others encountering the SAME issue, for whatever task(s) they were trying to create.
With laptops from other manufacturers (i.e., Lenovo), you just simply run their similar utility with NONE of these issues that we're all facing here. Why can't Acer just fix this utility and have it run NORMALLY, like the ones on other manufacturers' laptops?!?!?
UPDATE: I FINALLY got it to work! 😁
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