Question about Acer Aspire 5610-4648 Notebook
This is very simple... All you have to do is hold alt+F10 whilst the computer is booting. That will take you to the necesary menu and its straightforward from there. Have just carried out a reformaat of my 5610 with this method.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
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This restores the PC to the condition it was in when the Complete Backup was made. If a Complete Backup was never made, this can still be used to restore the PC to its initial status. (Out of the Box condition)
Warning: A Complete restore erases all current files, settings, programs and other data and replaces them with the files, settings, programs and other data contained in the Complete Backup. In other words, it restores your computer to the way it was when you made the Complete Backup. Also, note that any programs installed after the Complete Backup will still need to be reinstalled.
To perform a Complete Restore, follow these steps:
Important: Make sure you have power connected to the PC. If power is lost during a restore, you need to start the process again from the beginning.
Warning: If you have data on drive C that you do not want to lose, stop now and perform a Data Backup.
Note: You will need to perform an additional restart for Windows to apply its changes.
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