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go to the start button
go to the search box
and type in cmd
this may bring up a black box
type into the box chkdsk
and windows may check and poss repair the disk for you
restart the laptop pressing the F8 key
this may take you into a repair options box
try some of these options
my first choice is asways the last known good configuration option
and if that dont work
You can restore the computer back to factory default,to do so, follow the below steps: Turn OFF the computer, now as soon as you hit the power button, keep on holding "Alt" key
& keep on tapping "F10" key, i.e Alt+f10, it will open the recovery console, select full factory restore and follow onscreen instruction. NOTE: This will erase all the datas on
You can also create a set to Recovery disk from the recovery partition, to do so
Start Menu> All Programs> Acer erecovery management> Click Create Factory Default Disk, if you receive any error code or unable to burn the disk, please contact Acer Technical
support at 1 800 816 2237 and order for an Recovery Disk.
I've already solved my problem, and it maybe help somebody with the same trouble...so there you go:
1st step: Let the laptop turns on and off itself until it's screen turns to a white blank one
2nd step: Power off it
3rd step: Power on tha laptop. It will start normally and give you two options of startup
4th step: Choose to start the "recovery test", then it will repair any error and will start Windows normally
The black screen with flashing cursor can be caused by the files needed to boot being located in sectors of the hard drive that can no longer be read.
You can try booting to the XP CD, and go to recovery console and RUN CHKDSK /F See if that fixes the file structure and allows the system to boot. If that fails, you can try a repair installation of Windows. If that fails, the most likely resolution is replacing the HDD and reloading Windows and the drivers.
try the f10 or f12 recovery option, manufacturers rarely ship the laptops with disks these days, and there should be an option on boot to make the cd's that you need. If not- you will have to contact acer and ask them how to make the recovery/boot cd's