If you did not delete the partition that stores the recovery image, chances are you can restore your computer to factory settings. Other options will be available if you made yourself a backup copy meant to restore your system. Restoring factory settings wipes a hard drive clean. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Your netbook will then proceed to restore the system. Could it be upgraded to Windows 7 Home Professional? You can grab them from Acer website. I wanted to format my hd but did not realize the recovery disc was on my hd.
When I turn on my Acer laptop, I get a black screen with Safe Mode, Safe Mode with Networking, etc. The performance of this gadget is considerably good too to treat it as an option while purchasing a laptop. The configuration is as purchased so no changes have been made. Then I tried the alt+f10, the computer made a loud beeping sound. Anyway, a quick search on your computer model shows that it is running Windows Vista by default. So i decided to restore to factory settings.
Will keep your site bookmarked. But before that, please make sure you have already make a backup of the important files, especially those sit in your C drive, since the system restore will clean up your C drive entirely. So now how do I and what is the partition size? This process also cleans up the hard drive and removes old programs that can make a computer slow and unresponsive. That way if I have to wipe windows and reinstall all of my data is on another partition. I am preparing my Acer Aspire 4720z to sell. Hi, If your Acer eRecovery partition is still intact, you can call the eRecovery Management upon booting by using Alt+F10.
At the eRecovery Management menu it will ask you how to restore. This is a guide for you to do a fresh installation of Windows 7. The restoration process will begin. This is how you delete the snapshot images on the D: partition · Password: Change eRecovery Password 1. If not than yes of course get a new hard drive at least the same size as the old one and try to copy it to the new one! Also, would I be able to upgrade my desktop running Windows 7 Home Premium, 64 bit from the same disk? If it does, probably you will have to contact Acer for assistance, or probably a repair from them to have a proper recovery image. But it also means that you have to install those program that you previously installed, so prepare yourself a few hours for that.
Tapping the F10 has worked and the computer is currently restoring itself. I tried f10 and the boot manager shows my operating system as acer erecovery. Alternatively, I would suggest you to use the Windows System Restore Point. I know you can do it by creating a disc for it but I don't have the discs right now to create one. · Users are able to change the password in this mode for eRecovery only. Is there other way to do it? If your laptop is still in stock configuration, the Acer eRecovery Management most likely still available for access.
This should wipe your drive and reinstall Windows 10. Is the Windows Vista disc that you have is an original copy from Microsoft? My computer was stuck at setup is starting services. Do you happen to have a burned Acer eRecovery Disc? Here below are the steps. In Windows there is 3 ways to access the eRecovery feature. This gave me the options of: startup repair system recovery would not start up when I clicked it Windows Backup Recovery I think that was it - needs back up point Memory Diagnostics I forget what the final option is.
Or will it mess up my system? Are you able to boot into any other mode such as Safe Mode F8 before the Windows Logo appear? I came back to my comeputer and there 3 questions to chose from and I chose to exit and my computer locked and would not finish the backup installation. Plug out when it finishes. Rgds, Taylor In step 3 of that link you offered I dont have a partition thats only about 10 gb with no name. But, because restoration wipes away all files you've installed or created, it should be a last-ditch effort in trying to repair a computer. Your laptop will restart and begin the resetting process.
Backup using one of the snapshots that has been made or by the factory image on the D: partition. However, there is no way for you to get another copy of Windows Vista from them; they only provide the recovery disk. Instead, you can sue Acer Care Center, adding the premise that you can login to Acer with password. Choose to clean the drive if necessary, which will take longer. It is fine for most users.
This worked and cleared the Virus, however I then lost most of my drivers. Thank u my guy for sharing your experi and it has worked for me. Any technical device can get a bit dizzy over the time, but there always a pill to cure that hangover. Moreover are the drivers already present in the machine or i have to collect it from somewhere else? Otherwise, you can purchase the Windows installation disc from retail. How it will solved matter? I even move the my documents folder there also. Holding down Alt+F10 worked great and I was able to get in the first try and reload the software again without any errors.