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Will not run back up disc

System crashed trying to run backup discs that came with the idea B520 but they will not load

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That is because the back up discs need to be run from a recovery program that is on the recovery drive of your computer. Press F8 when the computer is starting and select the repair function. Then follow the instructions.

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Backup and reboot


If the OS won't load, remove the hdd, connect it with the USB convertor and copy the data files off to another disc. Then you can format with the system disc and start again.
If it will boot, save your data with a backup and then runs the restore programme in the OS.

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It is looking for the windows automated system recovery disk and I have reistallation cd. how would I get this


You will need to create one.

Windows system errors, crashes and other problems may lead to a malfunctioning system or an operating system that doesn't load properly. You can create a Windows system-repair or automated recovery disc that contains tools for fixing the operating system. The CD you create will contain system-recovery options and tools like Windows' Startup Repair, System Restore and the Windows Memory Diagnostic tool.

Insert a CD into the CD/DVD-ROM drive. Click the "Start" button. Type "backup" in the search box and click the "Backup and Restore" search result entry. Select the "Create a System Repair Disc" option in the left column. Click "Yes" or "OK" if a user account control message appears. Click the "Drive" drop-down menu and select the name and letter of your CD/DVD drive. Press the "Create Disc" button. Wait for the progress bar to turn completely green and Windows to finish the repair disc. Click "Close" and then "OK" to exit the repair disc wizard. Hope this helps.

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Today I did backup and wanted to test backup, so tried to boot from cdrom but it didn't boot, so I tried to to Bios to see if it has correct booting order, while trying to press F2 button, I noticed it...


Backup discs are not bootable. A backup can be restored to an existing system.
Place your XP disc in the drive and reload XP then restore the disc you produced.

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My MACPro laptop will not load. The loading Wagonwheel just runs and runs. What does that mean?


Power off, remove RAM chips and re-insert firmly back into slots. Power up again and give that a shot. Nothing? Take the RAM chips out and insert new RAM chips you know are good. Give that a shot. Nothing? Make sure you got the right RAM specs, as Macs are picky and not any RAM will do. Nothing? Insert your disc 1 and go into disk utility and repair permissions and also choose repair disc. Nothing? Backup your data and re-install the operating system. Nothing? Get a new hard drive and install the new operating system. Still nothing? Well then old chap- your fu,ked as I've run out of ideas.

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http://www.ehow.com/how_4478845_restore-acer-computer-factory-settings.html
Run Acer eRecovery Management Copy the Acer factory default backup disk Image Create backup of the system Create a complete backup Creating an incremental backup Erase a backup point Using the option ‘‘Burn Disk’’ Burn a backup disc with the factory default settings Burn a backup disc with the parameters of user Copy the current system configuration to disc Burn a disc backup software Restore the system Restore system to factory default settings Restore system from backup user Recover the system from CD / DVD Re-install applications / drivers Other means of System Restore No Restore CD / eRecovery / password / ALT + F10 or F10

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When I start my HP Compaq nc6120 I see the message to make back-up. I tried once but without effect. If I update the BIOS this will solve the problem? Give me an advice, please!


If your laptop is new and you have never taken a backup disc, you may receive this alert. The backup disc is to help at times when your hard disk crashes and the recovery partition gets destroyed, you can safely reinstall from the Factory backup disc. And BIOS has no link with this issue. You need not update the BIOS.

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Acer aspire not loading to windows


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If you have recovery disc or back up disc put it in and restart the PC and start tapping the F12 key until at the Acer splash screen, you should get now see your boot order, now use your up and down cursor key to highlight the CD/DVD drive and then press enter, this will now start the recovery disc that you put in, just follow the on-screen instructions.

If you don't have a disc, restart the PC and at the Acer splash screen start tapping the ALT+F10 or just F10 and if you have a recovery partition on your hardrive then the recovery program will start up, just follow the on-screen instructions.

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Sir,
) Typically you can start your computer in safe mode by depressing the f8 key at the same time you boot. That will tell your computer to load only the essential drivers and OS components to boot the window screen. From safe mode, you can delete, clean up temp files, or roll back to a new setpoint date when your computer was working. You can try this and clean your system of any p&rn flicks and viruses that may have invaided your system!

2) It is rarely a motherboard failure unless you did some major drop-testing of your laptop computer. Even then the hard drive or memory getting dislodged would be more normal course of action. The manual is very clear on how to open your laptop, check and see if the memory got shocked out of the shocket and check the HD for the same issue. Try removing and reinserting the HD and Memory sticks back into their shockets; then try booting.

3) Msy be your battery might dead. In some systems if the batter is dead it will not take any more charges and will not let you boot. Buy a new battery and replace it.

4) Any drop-testing conducted on your lap-top when it is on would cause major damage to the HD spinning disc to crash into the pickup head. This is called a HD crash and damage the information on the disc. Replacing the disc with even an empty disc at $50 which prop you to load an OS means the HD is trashed. Re-install the HP backup OS and any other software onto the new HD and go on with your life.

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Acer M3100 crashed


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