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Both the original back up discs failed and the partition failed and it would seem very unlikely that both would fail. Regards, Tubob Tubob, Mar 21, 2011 #14 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Page Tweet Log in with Facebook Log in I suggest you look into this thread: http://en.kioskea.net/forum/affich-120853-reinstalling-windows-xp-acer-aspire-one It seems that disabling the quick boot might help in accessing the Acer eRecovery Management by Alt+F10. When I do this, it just restarts my pc and… does NOTHING! http://flvtomp4mac.com/bsod/bsod-memory-dump-error-crash.php

The father saw the BSOD when he turned on the machine. Rgds, Taylor Reply Chad says: January 31, 2012 at 2:19 PM Yes I have left it several times and it either restarts or fails. The protagonist can't defeat the antagonist without the antagonist being stupid Visualize nested array Do we have "blades of hay" like "blades of grass"? Tubob New Member Joined: Feb 20, 2011 Messages: 6 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 Hello All, I have a serious problem with my girlfriend's computer which I'll try to explain https://www.vistax64.com/crashes-debugging/286746-bsod-error-0x0000c1f5-cant-recover-using-cd.html

Thank you Reply ghost301 says: November 23, 2011 at 8:01 PM Hi Zoe, Do you perform the factory restore from Windows itself? Please.. Is there other way to do it?

I did numerous tests using the Boot up disc. Though I think it will still need the password, but it won't hurt by giving it a try. I would like to set up my laptop the way my desktop is. Can get into Safe Mode Options F10 but computer won't boot in Safe mode using any of the optionsCan get into the Bios everything checks out OKI did use a disc

But at least it works again! i really want to get this laptop working as i have very valuable data and settings on it. Pressing f10 without holding alt brings me to "Edit Boot Options" where I can type commands (I think). https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-performance/vista-wont-boot-system-restorestartup-repair-cant/c8cb59f1-c3d0-4924-a92c-23c4dabd259f?page=3 Rgds, Taylor Reply Suresh says: August 21, 2011 at 12:18 PM I was just wondering if anyone of you can help on the following : My Acer Aspire One is giving

thanks in advance..hope you could reply me through my email add.. A quick search shows that there are solution for this, though a Windows System Repair disc has to be created for it. Make sure you contact Acer immediately if it's still under warranty. lynne wain acer aspire one - bought it for my daughter at xmas, its started to run slow It doesn't look as easy to install on a USB stick though.

which leads me to the reason why i want to reboot it back to where it was in the beggening. http://newwikipost.org/topic/4KyEJphzlKZfDF6bsfqrPCdVmHnAZKBh/0x0000C1F5.html Pxe-mof exiting Intel pxe Rom operating system not found. Rgds, Taylor Sam says: September 11, 2011 at 4:20 PM My acer has the logo at the beginning, then has a black screen and wont do anything esle. Waiting your comments, thanks from Spain.

Related Resources Boot problem hp pavilion dv7-1247cl windows vista Hp pavilion vista recovery options no boot up disc which option?? More about the author can anyone help me me ? Regards, supriya tootie says: January 23, 2012 at 6:02 AM i am selling laptop acer aspire 4730z and it has windows vista need to know how to restore it like new Bad drivers?

I think this has two problems I learned from the guy who owns it that the Optical Drive stopped working a couple of weeks before the BSOD. Rgds, Taylor TheIceMan says: January 30, 2012 at 6:04 PM I managed to find a vista 32 bit installation disk which is the o/s that I had. I ran Ubuntu 10.10 (64-bit version) from a CD, it loaded quickly and the interface was so simple to use. http://flvtomp4mac.com/bsod/bsod-kernel-data-inpage-error-win-8-1.php If he can write a set of recovery discs from it, can i use his recovery discs to reinstall Windows XP on my new hdd?

May 3, 2011 Taylor Ling 190 Comments Update: While I have been trying hard to solve everyone's issue with Acer Recovery System, I found that I am no longer able to Thanks! Dave Seems like there is a default password of 000000 But if that doesn't work, this site claims you can go to the hidden partition using a bootable Live DVD and

What do i do?

That should fix it. If it doesn't boot, you might have to go into your BIOS and change the boot sequence to the device you installed the Linux on. Mark Hello. I was only allowed to boot up in safe mode. It’s a cool little app that lets you edit data on NTFS file systems from outside Windows.

Once you get the data over to your hard drive I recommend you burn down the data to DVD blanks with the program like deep burner or image burn. I dont have any back up cd's to reload windows as its a used laptop bought about 8 months ago. If not you have to break it up and burn it down to several disks. news My computer is so screwed now, like the memory is crap now and I have to use a direct line to get online.

If the system complains that it was not shut down properly, choose "boot normally". 17. David Purcell You'll need to find software to crack the password. I have recovery disks and I know my passwords, but neither the f8 or f12 with repeated taps or holding down continuously is bringing up anything on the screen. Not the answer you're looking for?

So i decided to restore to factory settings. Any advice? http://www.thewinforums.com/threads/52505-Resolved-bootmgr-not-found It's normal if you can't initiate the eRecovery when the desktop isn't ready since not all the services are running at that moment. 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.

I hate to say it but you may need to send it back one more time-make sure they replace the hard drive or whatever is causing the problem. Jacl Does Use "ls" to verify that it has been deleted. 6. "cd /", "umount /mnt/windows", and "init 6" to reboot, removing the CD when appropriate. Looking at the problem a little more closely, it seems that if the $TxfLog file is corrupted, the Common Log File System Driver shits the bed at boot time, causing the Tried another set of HP recovery Discs that were borrowed same thing rom won’t recognize goes to BSOD6.

When i hit Alt + f10 nothing happens, could you help me out? If you turn off (or power outage, unfortunately) your computer during the Windows setup, you can end up with a corrupted installation and you might have to do the system restore Rgds, Taylor Reply ben says: October 4, 2011 at 2:25 AM Hi what is e-Recovery password? Cannot get into HP recovery, because I can’t get it to boot past BSOD2.

Any ideas ?