My acer 7520 laptop does not boot after i reformated it, i tried to install a 64 bit windows vista ultimate, but some black screen shows up saying that bot failure. attempts to boot via another cd, has failed, wat should i do?
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Turn off notebook. Remove the battery. Press Power button. Notebook should start working. Wait for 15 secs. If the screen still blank press Power button and hold it for approx. 4 seconds until notebook is powered off. Then press power button again. Bingo, problem should be solved.
The problem might be with your OS because many a time a the driver of your sound card is not matched with the OS as your OS is 64-bit any it might be possible that your sound driver is build for 32-bit. So I request that you can contact your laptop vendor for assistance or can make a call to any professional laptop repairing center. Bye
You Need To Boot From The XP CDrom...
Press Power Button To Boot, Hold Down F-12, Choose To Boot From CDROM, Go Through The Windows Setup Process, Remove Vista (delete it), then Format and Install XP...
Your 7520 can use the drivers from another acer model, for instance, try aspire 3000, or 5000 drivers.. or try another model...
If it's not the correct one, it will not install and throw up an error telling you it is incompatable and not going to install....
You do have to have a 64 bit OS so that windows will recognise 4 Gig of Ram.
I have Vista Ultimate 64 Bit and 4 gig of ram in my laptop. I upgraded the OS Before I upgraded the Ram, this might be something that Microsoft Address in the near future. so if you dont want the expense of buying Vista X64 then hold off for a little bit. Although 64 Bit doesn make more sense when you are getting to the limits of 32 bit