Question about Acer Aspire 5720-6661 Notebook PC
If you contact Acer (manuf) they will send you a master restore disk that overrides everything and brings it back to factory like when you buy it and it is for $25 dollars
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
If you want to restore your laptop to factory setting: You should insert your "recovery disk to the CD/DVD ROM. and then shutdown the laptop.
Now; boot your laptop using the recovery disk(boot the laptop from CD/DVD rom) This will no need to input the password: its either you have to restore the system without deleting the existing files or you have to partition and format the hard drive. formatting hard drive you will end up with fresh copy of system files. same as first day when you purchase the laptop.
be sure to install the driver if there's any.
However; if you tend to do by supplying the password. iguess all factory installation has no password. you have to strike the enter without supplying any password.
may this help,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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