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Re: I am trying to reboot my acer laptop
Have you tried configuring the BIOS to its default setting or setting it to its optimized default. and then restart. if still doesn't work out change the CMOS battery. if you need driver try this website
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Step 1: Laptop computers can be wonderful devices, except when the need to troubleshoot arises. Acer laptops are no different. A quick way to fix many problems with an Acer laptop running Windows is to reset it to factory settings. Resetting your Acer laptop to factory settings can eliminate slow operation, registry problems, virus problems and spyware issues. What's more, a factory reset of your laptop may reduce the need for a full reinstallation of Windows.
Back up all necessary data to an external device such as a disk, flash drive or hard drive Make sure all programs are closed and shut down your Acer laptop. Detach any external hardware such as an external hard drive or printer. Press the Power button to boot your Acer laptop. Press "Alt-F10" on your keyboard when the Acer screen appears at the start of the boot-up process. Wait a moment while Windows loads the reset files. Select "Restore System from factory default" in the Acer eRecovery Management window. Click "Next" on the next screen to continue. Click "Next" on the following destination information window. This will pop up a notice telling you that resetting your Acer laptop will erase all data and restore the laptop to its original settings and configuration. Click "OK" in the notice window to proceed with resetting your Acer laptop. Wait while your Acer laptop is reset to factory settings.
Sounds like your system needs a anti-virus issue. Restart the system hitting the F8 key as it begins to start until it the system gives you option of how to start the system scroll down to "LAST GOOD CONFIGURATION THAT WORKED" click on that. The system should start as normal, once it has go to your anti-virus and run that - then go and do a system restore to a point before it began having the freezing problem. This usually comes from movie sites with pop ups do not click on pop up only go to sites you initiate.
press F8 immedialty after switcing on...try to load the option "Load last good system that worked b.....etc etc" else...
shut down restart press F8 select Safe Mode...
if it starts in Safe mode and u can get to Desktop...
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clean ur registry and try to start in normal mode...
This is generally caused by bad blocks in the Master Boot Record(Table). The drive itself is probably not salvagable. You'll need a reputable reapir person to slave your drive to another system to get the data off.
To boot to safe mode: Restart
the computer. As soon as the BIOS has finished loading, keep tapping on F8 key on your
keyboard. When the Windows Options menu appears select the "Safe
mode" then press Enter.
you managed to boot to Safe mode, change the computer startup and
recovery settings by right-clicking "My Computer" then select
Properties. Select Advanced tab. Under Startup and Recovery, click
Settings. Uncheck the box for "Automatically restart" under System
Reboot again normally, see if it will reboot again by
itself. If you managed to make the system boot normally, proceed to
Events Viewer to find out what is the caused.
If the system
failed to boot normally after doing the above, you might want to boot
the system to "Last known good configuration"