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Create a backup

How do you create a backup of your system. Currently receiving error messge 0x0000009c (ox00000000,ox805535fo,oxa2000000,ox84010400). Laptop boots up for about 5 min then receive this error.

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  • Justin Goldberg May 11, 2010

    You probably have bad memory chips. Can you run a bootdisk that has memtest86?


    I would first use the Windows System Restore first. If that doesn't fix it do a windows xp in-place reinstall.

  • Roberta Smith
    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    do you use zonealarm on your computer ?



    Robert

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No never hear of zonealarm. I was able to boot up in save mode and retrieve some of my documents but not sure what this critical error is i keep getting.

Posted on Sep 07, 2008

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Depending on the BIOS used by the system, the error message that appears could also be "Missing operating system". There are both hardware and software issues that may be causing either of these error messages to appear which we will look at in turn.

Is your hard drive detected by the BIOS?

There is the possibility that the connection to the drive has been jarred loose. The documentation for your device available from the Acer website is next to useless and I cannot find a decent shot of the underside of the computer but there should be a means to access the hard drive of your computer via a covered opening without resorting to major disassembly. On most laptops it only requires a small Philips screwdriver to remove it. Just open up the cover and ensure the drive is firmly seated in the connector.
If the drive is securely connected, you may have a failed hard drive. In this case, the drive needs to be replaced, your OS reinstalled (if you have the correct media), and your data restored from backups. You have been making backups, right?

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If you can see your hard drive in the BIOS, there is a problem with the boot record or the BCD (Boot Configuration Database). To fix this, you need to have a bootable repair disc created from your system earlier or a Windows installation disc for the version of Windows currently installed on the machine. The recovery discs provided by OEMs or created by their recovery disc creation software will not work for this. They only place a new copy of the factory installed image on the system and are not the same as the Windows installation DVD.
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How to back up ic power laptop


That's rather a vague question. However there are quick a few packages out there to backup complete systems.
Firstly there is Acronis True Image. This software can create an image or file backup over multiple discs or partitions from a windows environment or direct booting from CD. It supports SSD hard-drives, partitions hard-drives and more. Click on the below link for more information.
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Restore and recovery
The restore and recovery features allow you to restore or recover the system
from a factory default image, from a user created image, or from previously
created CD and DVD backups. You can also reinstall applications and drivers for
your Acer system.
1 Press <Alt> + <F10> or select Acer eRecovery Management from the
Empowering Technology toolbar to start Acer eRecovery Management.
2 Switch to the restore and recovery page by selecting the Restore button.
3 Select the backup point you would like to restore from. You can also
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4 Follow the instructions on screen to complete the process

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I have ran into a problem with my Acer Aspire 7520g. I started the laptop as usual and it started no problem. I then left the room and when i returned the laptop was switched off. When i now try to boot it...


Ok, you need to boot from your DVD with a Widows, install boot disc, inserted, and boot up on that DVD, then do a startup repair. OR... Run Acer eRecovery Management Copy the Acer factory default backup disk Image Create backup of the system Create a complete backup Creating an incremental backup Erase a backup point Using the option ‘‘Burn Disk’’ Burn a backup disc with the factory default settings Burn a backup disc with the parameters of user Copy the current system configuration to disc Burn a disc backup software Restore the system Restore system to factory default settings Restore system from backup user Recover the system from CD / DVD Re-install applications / drivers Other means of System Restore No Restore CD / eRecovery / password / ALT + F10 or F10

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Unlike other laptops, Acer laptops integrate a computer management utility called 'Acer eRecovery Management' to create backup of hard drive data, create restore point, reinstall applications & drivers, and reset Acer laptop to factory setting.

Step 1: Before starting your Acer laptop, ensure that there is no external storage device attached to it. Now start your laptop.

Step 2: Press 'Alt + F10' when the laptop starts booting, and wait for a moment while Windows loads the reset files.

Step 3: When 'Acer eRecovery Management' window appears, select 'Restore System from factory default' and click 'Next' to continue.

Step 4: Again click 'Next' to reset your Acer laptop. This process will erase all data from your hard disk and reset your Acer laptop to original factory settings.

Step 5: Click 'OK' in the notification window to begin the the resetting operation. Now wait while your Acer laptop is reset to factory settings.

Tips: You can also create a backup copy of your laptop data before factory reset. Simply click 'Backup' in 'Acer eRecovery Management' window.

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This problem is because of one of the unsuitable driver. Logon to your system in safe mode and update drivers for all the hardware and restart.
Hint: keep pressing F8 while booting to show other booting options from where you can select safe mode.

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After using Darik's boot and nuke (DBAN) your hard drive will be wiped clean with little chance of recovery. This also depends on how many passes you used for the disk wipe. More passes = less chance of recovery.

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