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Click “Start” menu.
Click “Acer Recovery Management.”
Click the “Restore” button on the bottom of the dialog box that opens.
Click “Restore System to Factory Default.”
Click “Yes” in the warning dialog box which asks if you wish to continue the recovery process.
Click “Start” to restore the computer to the default factory settings. www.ehow.com/how_4478845_restore-acer-computer-factory-settings.html - United States -
Go to Windows Explorer Right click C:\ go to properties / Tools / click Error check new box pops up tick small box to fix errors and reboot. On reboot windows will scan disk and fix any errors in system files then restart. If windows restarts OK problem solved If not Boot from windows CD and after all drivers loaded windows will ask what you want t do 0Install Repair etc" press the R key for repair and follow instructions from there Warning until window finishes installing do NOT press any keys when it reboots
If the discs are clean and pretty much scratch free, then this is most likely a bad hard drive. If you have another PC or laptop, try burning copies of the recovery cds and then use those. If the problem remains, you will need a new hard drive.