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Acer Aspire 5920 alt f10 to use my recovery dsk mismatch d2d32

Either my new usb 8gb flash drive fooled the comp into thinking it was a driver or something or when I tried to turn on computer from sleep I hit the arcade deluxe and something downloaded and then the computer hybernated and now it won't boot up. I went through all the system recovery options. I don't have any drivers to install or media to install a drivr but when I push ok it goes to system 32 and wants me to open a file? It has file type as Setup Information. This is the block below File Name: which I don't know what to put here. I did the Alt F-10 on start up and was able to get to restore screen for my CD I made when I first got the comp, but it states D2D32 mismatch error. So I tried recover from factory setting and it gives the same error. I had gone to command prompt and it shows X:\windows\system32> I don't know if I should try anything here either. rstui.exe didn't help here either. I pushed the F2 setup and I could enable F12 but that didn't help me either...Any suggestions would help.

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  • lscott89 Feb 08, 2009

    acer 5920 alt f10, system recovery and disk recovery both have mismatch d2d32, what do i do?

  • Peachuz Feb 19, 2009

    If anyone has an answer to this, please let me in on it. I also was trying to do the eRecovery and reinstall to factory specs. I got the same message and it stuck on this and won't complete the reinstall of Windows Vista. Message D2D32 type mismatch. What's up with this?

  • Anonymous Feb 21, 2009

    same problem

  • westfieldnur Mar 10, 2009

    Hi All thanks for the answers. I ended up buying the recovery
    CD's from acer for the laptop as my DVD I tried to make when I first
    got it was blank (oops guess I didn't do that right). Anyway in
    about 8-10 days the disks arrived $30.00 for them it had 2 disks and 1
    other and it reinstalled fine. No further problems just sad I
    lost some disney pictures with my family. Hope that helps.
    I ordered the disks from acerpanam out of Texas.

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2009

    yes, same problem

  • DEKR
    DEKR May 11, 2010

    can you get into safemode

  • DEKR
    DEKR May 11, 2010

    are you trying to boot from wincd or recovery

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This a very common error. I too have suffered from this but after about 15 hours of fighting with it.. I fix it. I could not use the ALT + F10 keys as I would get the D2D32 Type Mismatch Error. So lucky me when I got my laptop from acer I made the recovery DVD's just in case. But to my suprise Booting from the DVD disk also would fail with the D2D32 Type Mismatch error. I even try maken new recovery disk with some luck. the new disk worked one time. But I started to run the recovery on disk one and when it asked for disk 2 I hit the power button thinking it would still boot, as I didnt want to wait for the recovery process to complete. So I ended up with a acer laptop with no o/s installed and was not able to use the Alt + F10 as explaned above or Boot using the recovery DVD's... so how did I fix this little set back... simple

I broke out the windows xp install Boot cd and Booted my system with that. let it run all the way to the partation/Format section on windows xp setup. I left the partation as it was and formatted it with the quick option. BE VERY CAREFUL AT THIS STEP... MAKE SURE YOU DONT FORMAT THE WRONG PARTATION THE 9 GIG OR 10 GIG IS WRONG. IT WAS DRIVE LETTER F: ON MY SYSTEM. JUST MAKE SURE IT IS DRIVE LETTER C: THAT YOU FORMAT...After it was done with the format I powerd down the system and tried to Boot from the Recovery DVD and it worked. No D2D32 Type Mismatch error. "{ But I let it finish this time around"} So to keep it simple. all you need to do is keep the partation the same, just format it and it your recovery will work. both ALT + F10 and /or the DVD"S Boot. it the ALT+F10 by chance dont work... theres a quick fix also. you need to files called MBRwrWin.exe and RTMBR2.bin and they have to be on the root of drive c:...{Root - just copy them to C: } and then from a command prompt with Adminastration {right click cmd } and type MBRwrWin install Rtmbr2.bin <Enter> ALT + F10 is now ready and fixed...


if you need help let me know or just to give some feed back
email me at cyberburn666@yahoo.com
Good luck it works. I just went from on os installed to vista... with factory recovery working like the day I got it....

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I had same problem now fixed

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    Jon Mac May 07, 2014

    i have acer aspire 5920 wouldnt boot up,tried to restore to factory settings wouldnt work kept coming up d2d type mismatch tried lots of other ways to restore for weeks i dont have restore disc frying my brain i gave it one last go before i took hammer to it,after se

  • Jon Mac
    Jon Mac May 07, 2014

    cont, i went into command prompt comes up. X:/windows/system32/ i put chkdsc C :/r it then ran program for over a hour until 100% complete i then restarted computer went into factory restore and restored no problems laptop now working fine ... hope it works for you.

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