Apr 28, 2009 #8 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open for further replies. I am preparing my Acer Aspire 4720z to sell. Amazing, top of the google search and thread only started today... Otherwise I am sorry but you probably have to contact Acer for this issue. weblink
All company names/logos are properties of their owners. Even my old WinXP CD won't boot on the newer hardware. Start hitting the key(s) when the Acer (or whatever make) logo appears and keep hitting until what you want to load comes up. I have followed the steps, but I can´t seem to get it to boot from a dvd nor usb port with the iso file I downloaded. https://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/282531-reinstalling-vista-acer-3690-a.html
If you have any personal files on this drive, make sure you've backed up the files. Details are listed in this thread and you must use the Beta version of ABR(again, it may not work). And sorry one more question. How it will solved matter?
So, now I wish to switch back from XP to Vista. Confirm the process. Thanks again! https://neosmart.net/wiki/acer-recovery-disk/ All the options bring me to the screen that says Windows Boot Manager - Status 0xc00000e9, Info: "Windows failed to load because the system registry file is missing, or corrupt." I
Once the process is finished, the "Choose an option" screen will appear. How To Format Acer Laptop To Factory Settings Download Easy Recovery Essentials for Acer computers from here. You have to find a disc with the same version of Windows. Rgds, Taylor Reply AKRE says: February 6, 2012 at 12:55 AM Hello, I have an ACER Desktop PC, which I found partitioned, by ACER, as follow: - PQSERVICE (No drive letter)
If it doesn't, try to restore again using the Acer eRecovery Management, perhaps during the restoration some files get corrupted. Press any key when the "Press any key to boot from CD" message appears on your computer. Acer Aspire Recovery Disk Download Free Rgds, Taylor TheIceMan says: January 31, 2012 at 6:19 AM I tried the install again with no drivers and monitored until it got to the ‘completing installation' part. Acer Recovery Disk Windows 10 Click Start.
Is it the same as reformatting? I'm thinking restoring her laptop wont be either once I get past the password. I am sorry. As for the license, if I recall it correctly (it's not my computer), I did not enter anything related to the license as it is already activated from the recovery partition. Acer Recovery Disk Windows 8
If your computer displays boot errors, you can run the Automated Repair feature to automatically find and fix boot errors. Otherwise, Restore system to factory default is the best option you can get. Choose Windows 8 from the list. check over here Reply Zoe says: November 21, 2011 at 4:22 PM I think my Acer laptop got a virus a couple of days ago - any programs would automatically close themselves.
If it does, probably you will have to contact Acer for assistance, or probably a repair from them to have a proper recovery image. Acer Alt F10 Not Working Could someone help me? If it is possible, please briefly explain what you can see from the moment you press the power button to start it up.
I don't have an Acer system and I can't really efficiently help everyone. Applicable Systems This Windows-related knowledgebase article applies to the following operating systems: Windows XP (all editions) Windows Vista (all editions) Windows 7 (all editions) Windows 8 (all editions) Windows 8.1 (all Restore instructions for Windows Vista If you want to restore the computer using the created Acer recovery disks, follow these steps. Acer Erecovery Management Booting from media via F12 boot menu After plugging in USB flash drive or inserting installation DVD in the drive turn on the computer and start pressing F12 immediately and wait
When I tried restoring the software the first time, it came up with an error and would not let me back into windows. These instructions are similar with those of Windows Vista. All rights are reserved. Navigate to the Boot tab of BIOS using your arrow keys: ← and →.
If you want to have restore DVDs then it should be a good time to create them now. Add the first disk from your recovery disks set. I thought maybe it might be a Bernard Mathews virus ‘unbootable bootiful' but no. Select Yes when the "This process will reboot and restore your system" window appears.
Back-up factory images. Press F2 when the plash screen appears to open BIOS. No worry, get yourself a Ubuntu disc (Linux-based OS), run it live, and copy all your files to D drive or external HDD. ghost301 says: February 20, 2012 at 8:42 PM Hi, No, unfortunately I have no other ideas about your issue.