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1. Restart the Acer Aspire netbook by pressing the "power"
button on the netbook's keyboard or by pressing the "CTRL," "ALT" and "DEL"
keys at the same time.
2. During startup, hold down the "F8" function key
immediately when you see the "Acer" splash screen and the option for entering
3. Keep pressing the "F8" key until the "Advanced Boot
Options" menu appears.
If you receive a "keyboard error," restart the Acer Aspire
and repeat step 2.
4. Use the arrow keys to navigate to the "Safe Mode"
selection on the "Advanced Boot Options" menu.
The arrow keys are located on the right-hand side of the
Acer Aspire keyboard.
5. Press the "Enter" key to execute the "Safe Mode"
The Windows operating system will now start in "Safe Mode"
and you can perform a system restore or make needed changes to get your Acer
Aspire to boot normally again.
Restart your computer during the boot up process you will see which certain key/s to press to enter set up for a very short time usually the Delete or the F2 key this will vary depending on your computer Turn on your Acer Aspire.
Press and hold the "Ctrl" key.
Press and hold the "Alt" key.
Press and hold the "Esc" key. This key combination will open the BIOS on your Acer Aspire. hope this helps
This message means that the computer cannot see the hard drive. Unofrtunately, this is usually caused by a failed Hard Disk drive. However, you could try removing and re-fitting the hard drive to see if this cures the problem.
Full instructions on removing and replacing the hard drive can be found here:
Like the Jonas brother said, it's difficult to diagnose this one without actually seeing it. That being said, you can always save some money by messing with it yourself. Personally, I'd probably look at a bootable CD next. You may have to get into your BIOS and change the boot order to reflect the CD first. If you can get a CD to boot, you've got a problem with your hard drive - although it's probably a software problem and not a hardware problem. In English, that means you'll have to reformat the hard drive and reload Windows. If you don't have a Windows disk, you might try loading a Linux OS. They are free (and far more stable too!) for download. If you need help with that, just post it on this thread and we'll walk you through it.
you have an error on your hard drive....this will only worsen.
on reboot insert your recovery disc and continuously press F11. Choose option to boot from disc.
This will reinstall all drivers and operating system originally on your system.good luck
boot frozen you may try
1) change RAM memmory or change the memories slot between one and another
2) check cpu fan works when booting
3) clean the dirty stuff through the way of cpu fan
if not fix, your motherboard hardware need to repair by the specialist