Open eRecovery using the recovered password and then create a new one. Hi, This is a new problem for me. I read somewhere to load the disk drivers as first part of the the install. A message will warn you that you will lose all data on the disc. Many people have found that their Desktop's are not refreshing automatically and are forced to take this step. If you enter the wrong password three times, the computer will restart into the operating system.
But something must have gone wrong because now it wont start up! My fear is that restoring the partiton C: using an image of C: taked by softwares like Macrium etc. Hi, I will be restoring to factory defaults an acer xtensa 4630z for a friend of mine who bought it recently from another person. I am not too sure but possibly you can try again for a few more times on Alt+F10 to call the eRecovery system. Step 3: Log onto Acer Aspire laptop without password Once password is removed, click on the Reboot button and disconnect the bootable password reset disk. Laptops also typically come with their own recovery tools and partition to restore it to factory settings. You told a previous responder that you can grab the drivers from the Acer website.
Rgds, Taylor Sorry, no erecovery disks. I will surely help you to fix this issue. How much time will it take? Where can I get another copy of windows Vista to reinstall? As I mentioned, try the Alt+F10 combination for a few more times holding Alt, then keep pressing F10 , it might just work. Taylor Ling Depending about are you willing to spend money to have it backup professionally or with good software is a question. Then follow the on-screen instructions to finish the reset. It has Windows7 running in it. You will be asked to enter the password before the System Restore starts.
Then you can restore your laptop to the factory setting. This requires time and computer skills. I tried removing the hd and booting up. Wait for some time until you see a screen for you to choose your region and language. It holds the eRecovery software and the data for any backups you created using the eRecovery tool within your normal Windows environment.
Power off your Acer laptop. This option creates a temporary backup of the current system without replacing the previous full backup. Buy the Acer Aspire - This is a video on how to perform a factory restore on a Acer Aspire Laptop running Windows 7. You can grab them from Acer website. I have been to the acer website but could not find any drivers related to controllers so am confused now. 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! I tried f10 and the boot manager shows my operating system as acer erecovery.
Here are the Acer instructions for Recovery to Factory Settings, new condition. If the laptop is still within the warranty period, I would suggest you to send it to the service center for quick and less frustrating fix. Your system should boot to a blue screen that says Choose an option. You will have to download all the games and applications again on the computer. Holding down Alt+F10 worked great and I was able to get in the first try and reload the software again without any errors.
But it is always prudent to think about making a backup of your most important documents. A message will warn you that you will lose all data on the partition. I have tried all sorts of repair options and nothing works. When I turn on my Acer laptop, I get a black screen with Safe Mode, Safe Mode with Networking, etc. With a little time, and some tweaks, you'll be able to get back to your machine again.
Rgds, Taylor Hello Taylor, thank you. Kindly help … Thanx a ton! Windows will display a message says the password is wrong if you enter the wrong password when you attempt to log on. I do not care about the data on it, just want it running again. This may take a few minutes and can disable the keyboard and mouse to ensure system stability. So is there anyway to do this without password? Is there anyway to get this computer back to factory settings, through the ghosted operating system? You can actually check if Alt+F10 calls the recovery system without restoring the system — you can always quit from the recovery system if you choose not to restore your computer. Strange, because your Windows boot drive should be the C: unless you customize the drive letter yourself.
How long should it stay on this screen? You might find the data saved on Windows. Wait for the resetting process, it will take for a while. I suggest you to take a backup of all the data before you downgrade your operating system. I am guessing he cleared my recovery partition, but it looks like there is alot of data on the drives. Hi, If your Acer eRecovery partition is still intact, you can call the eRecovery Management upon booting by using Alt+F10. Then follow the on-screen instructions to finish it. Then install it in your computer.