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Boots into safe mode
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Acer Aspire T650 PC
I contacted Acer and I was told in order to eliminate a software problem I should carry out a Disk2Disk recovery. I tried this and the problem was solved. No cd's were required, all I had to do was press ALT and F10 when the machine is switched on. This takes you to the recovery part. The machine than recovers to factory settings. Carry out the necessary updates and Bob's your uncle!
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Posted on Mar 21, 2008
SOURCE: Recovery restore disk does not
ok, don't worry, check your bios setup, place first boot device is cd/dvd, save your configured bios and out from bios setup.Ok insert your Recovery disk and restart your acer. Push any keyboard tuts if Any Question to boot via cd in boot process. Ok follow step by step discription in process recovery. If you don't know how to inside bios setup, if you reseting acer look first process boot you will saw what's keyboard button you must push, ok good try, and don't forget to vote me, Thank's
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
SOURCE: Acer aspire one not booting
your laptop has been turned off without shutting down. all your laptops registries are probably messed up. the easiest way to do is to reformat your computer or restore it to factory settings. unless you have some important files that you cant afford to lose.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
SOURCE: Acer -Video Display Issue
This could be 1 of 2 problems, lets start with the first.
#1 Bad display drivers
Boot the laptop into safe ( i am assuming you know how to do this by your post ) on the computer icon, right click and select manage, a new window will pop up and then select device manager, the list will populate with hardware that installed on the PC, look down the list for display adapters and click on the + sign on the left hand side to open the tree, then right click on the display adapter and select uninstall. Now restart the laptop and let it boot up as normal, if the display drivers were bad it will boot with the screen resolution as large, once you log in it should auto detect the display and install the drivers (you may have give it permission) if this works then that was the problem.
#2 Faulty graphics card.
Take advantage of the manufacturers warranty and send it in for repair as there will be nothing you can do about this kind of hardware failure.
Please post back with the results and more help if needed, good luck and thanks for using FixYa!!
Posted on May 19, 2009
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