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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: d2d recovery
Send me an e-mail and I will send you the fix! If you can't downloadload it from the below link. I had the same problem. The mbr was replaced, you have to add RTMBR.BIN to the MBR and it will work again. As long as you can get on your desktop and run this bat file you will repair the D2D again. Took me an hour to learn what was wrong, It works 100% though. I have the Aspire 5610Z with the 2GB 533 mhz memory Stock.
Send me an e-mail and I will send you the fix! If you can't downloadload it from the below link. I had the same problem. The mbr was replaced, you have to add RTMBR.BIN to the MBR and it will work again. As long as you can get on your desktop and run this bat file you will repair the D2D again. Took me an hour to learn what was wrong, It works 100% though.
I have the Aspire 5610Z with the 2GB 533 mhz memory Stock.
Posted on Oct 22, 2007
SOURCE: d2d recovery
Unfortunately once your original HDD has been replaced you lose all e-recovery features and there is no-way this can be reversed.
If you could get hold of the image from your old drive you maybe able to write it to your new, its a bit messy though.
The main reason for the "factory default image backup" you have not working now is because a snapshot of the C: drive is stored on D: drive so when you replaced the drive itself you basically made that disc useless for eRecovery features.
Sorry its bad news.
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
Somehow, e-recovery is being triggered at boot time. click start-programs-startup, and remove e-recovery from the startup folder if it is present. If not, click start-run, type in msconfig - a window will appear. Go to the startup tab and uncheck any items with e-recovery in the name. do not delete all acer items. Tread lightly here. Anyhow, if that doesn't do it, remove the acer items one by one in msconfig and reboot after each change until it's right. Don't make a habit of using msconfig too often though.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
If you fully formatted the hard drive then most probably you have cleaned the PQservice division which might had recovery data; you can check this with the help of Computer Management console in Windows. It is in Windowssystem32compmgmt.msc. Also check the Disk Management
and see what partitions you still have. Acer eRecovery Management won’t
work if there is no default partition i.e. There should be E or D
partition in order to run it.
Try www.download.com Here you might find your required software or else you have to ask the supplier to fix this problem for you. Hope this helps!
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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