I purchased an aspire 5315 and as soon as i installed windows, after the sound card installation it restarted, but it won't start again, no bios, no welcome screen, nothing, i called the seller and they told me to send it back, they don't know what's up. so, does anyone have this problem?
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if you look on one of the sides there should be a slot about the same size as your memory card
slot it in and hopefully windows will reconise it
if not leave the card in and restart the laptop
hopefully windows will install and look for a driver for it as well
if not go to www.acer.com go to support/downloads making sure that you get the correct driver for
your make model and operating system then scroll down and look for the driver download it and install it
have you checked if your pc is compatible with win7? use this to check it: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/compatibility/en-us/default.aspx
and if it is, try to do a clean install. boot from the cd. insert the disc. restart pc, as soon as it has power, press F12 several times and highlight cd/dvd drive or ODD using your arrow keys then press enter. it will load the cd from there. And that should work fine.
You need to install drivers for sound. To check if the sound drivers are installed. Go to Start > Run > type "devmgmt.msc"without quotes and hit the enter key. Check if the drivers are installed or not. Thanks.
Restart you computer then hit F2 for Boot Bios Setting then GO TO Advance. Change the SATA Mode . ACHE. ot IDE. or Comfatibility.. then enable the F12 boot. make in enable. the hit F10 for save and exit...
Insert you cd os Installer then hit F12 for **** menu. select the CDROOM for boot....
You can try to Repair your Windows using the Windows installation CD (for Repair choose R when prompted). You can let the automatic repair to try and fix it, if that doesn't work upon restart reboot and start the Repair again, but this time select Command Prompt or Console and put in "bootrec /rebuildbcd" without the quotes. If you don't have Windows installation CD you can try downloading Hiren's Boot CD and try to fix the bootmgr with the utilities from the disc: http://www.hirensbootcd.org/download/
Seems like the preinstalled image is corrupt or there is a hardware problem. Contact Acer for the correct procedure since this is a new system. I could offer alternate methods if you have the Windows install disc, but it is best to contact the manufacturer as soon as possible so it is on record.
Netgear wpn511 computer not detecting mccree08 on Nov 26, 2008 i have an acer aspire 5315 notebook 3 months old i purchased a netgear wpn 511 rangemax wireless card to help with my signal.the software installed fine but when i look in the device drivers i dont see the card as if the computer isnt recognizing it. there are also no lights on the card when plugged in. is my express card slot not working? • Wednesday, August 05, 2009 09:55 Hello mccree08,
The installed network adapters can be viewed in the windows device manager which can be accessed through the windows control panel as follows:
•Opening the Control Panel The Windows Control Panel can be opened by: Selecting Start > Control Panel (on Windows Vista) - OR - Start > Run > Type 'Control' and select OK (on Windows XP)
•In the Control Panel, Select Device Manager
•In Device Manager, Select 'Network Adapters'
The netgear wpn 511 adapter will appear there if it is correctly installed.
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- I guess you downgraded your system to windows xp, If that the case you have to check if the system has an internal modem .If so, please download the driver for that PCI modem.
- I have already checked the modem that was already install on your system(V.92 56Kbps* data/fax modem,)
- You have to download the windows xp driver for this modem. or download chipset driver for windows xp