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If you have a Recovery Partition on your computer then you will have to boot into the Recovery Partition to reformat your hard drive and reinstall your operating system. If you don't have a Recovery Partition then you will have to reinstall your operating system from a disc; if you have one. If you don't have the disc either, then you can get one from Acer. Otherwise you will have to go out and buy the version of Windows that you want from a store or from an online business. That will likely cost you at least $150, and then you will have to go thru the hassle of finding the drivers for all the devices on you laptop. So.......If you don't have a recovery partition or the factory recovery discs, then you should try getting a recovery disc from Acer. If you don't want to wait that long and you don't want to spend over $100 on getting it done, then you should see if a local computer repair shop will do it for you.
This is generally caused by a hard drive failure. You can try to repair or reinstall the operating system with your recovery or operating system disc. If you have any issues or problems during or after the repair/reload then the hard rive has failed and will need to be replaced.
http://www.acerpanam.com/us Go to that website and click on "eRecovery Disc Purchase". Acer does not come with recovery discs. It only comes with a recovery partition from which you can make recovery discs. If they discs were not made you'll find the provided website useful. If you're trying to recover from your recovery partition, then continuously hit the F11 key at startup. This F11 option is not always displayed. If this doesn't work then your hard drive is corrupt or damaged and you will need the discs (and potentially a new hard drive).