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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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Turn off the computer, then turn it on and immediately start hitting the F8 key repeatedly until you see the SAFE MODE Option. Select the Safe Mode option and see if your machine completes the boot cycle. If it does, do a normal shut down and restart. When it restarts, you want to let it try to boot back up as it normally does. It still might try to do the configuration stuff again, so be patient and let it do it. If it gets stuck and starts shutting off and on as before, turn it off again and boot back into safe mode again.
Once in safe mode click Start/Programs/Accessories/System Tools/System Restore and select a date that is prior to the date when you first started having problems.
Don't worry,. System Restore does not delete any of your data, documents, music, pictures or videos. On the other hand, System Recovery DELETES EVERYTHING and sets your system back to how it was when you purchased it.
It could be a problem with the harddrive and memories ,if you enter the DELL bios setup page when the computer starts up does it have an option to test the hard drive if so test it. Also if you have two memory sticks then try with only one and vice versa.
Try booting with another boot CD like the ultimate boot CD it has some hard drive testing tools too.
well if this happens again & again, then there's surely some problem with ur updates that keeps on gettin installed.,.. So in order to avoid the Restart Problem, Try to start ur system in safe mode by pressing F8 Key at the time u start ur Machine.. Now select Safe Mode.. After it loads few files, it looks as if its hanged, give it some time to process.. after it gets started, select system restore, from Start -> Programs ->Accessories -> System Tools -> System Restore.. Now select the restore point before u installed ur updates.. After Restoring, it will automatically restart.. Hope its fixed now.. If not let me know more abt it.. i'll love to help u out
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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.
try starting the computer in safe mode. As the computer boots keep pressing F8 until you hear a beep. The computer will or should start in safe mode, once it has everything will look big, don't worry about that for now, click on start>programs>accessories>system tools>system restore and choose a date for when you know the computer was working without any problems. Once the computer has restored it will shut down and reboot. When/if asked what mode you want to boot/start your computer choose start windows normally. I hope this helps.
If it is windows xp OS plz do the following these step.
start the pc in safe mode and select the administrator login then
go to start programme go to acssories select the system tool- selcet the restore option, turn on windows in previous back day and resloved the porblem,.