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Acer 6920g has gone onto acer arcade deluxe cinema .

Tried most things to get ut of it ,no joy when turning it back on it just goes there.please help out a old man .

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  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2009

    i have this problem, whenever i startup the acer arcade deuluxe appears just after the windows xp startiup (i have vista)



    any help?

  • Shoaib Rais
    Shoaib Rais May 11, 2010

    i think there is button a harware button for acer arcade deluxe and it got stuck on the contact thats why it is going again anf again to arcade deluxe , tell me if this is the case pls elaborate ur problem

  • glenn hoffman
    glenn hoffman May 11, 2010

    try and describe the problem, in more detail if possible,then we may be able to help you.good day!

  • DEKR
    DEKR May 11, 2010

    i need more info please

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I have had the same problem ... that happend to me when I press the arcade deluxe button on the blue gem controler on the left. when I tryed to run vista again it keeps going to the arcade deluxe system ...
the only solution for that case that works with me when I run the system recovery and installed fresh copy from the windows vista that came with my laptop ... 
I hope that helps you in your case.

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When I startup my laptop it goes straight to Arcade Deluxe how do I get back to windows


Per these pages:
http://www.theacerguy.com/forum/topic/quit-acer-arcade-deluxe
http://www.theacerguy.com/forum/topic/acer-arcade-deluxe-loading-on-startup-cant-get-to-windows
This one even tells you how to disable it in windows start up.
http://www.cybertechhelp.com/forums/showthread.php?t=182345

it says to make sure "HOLD" button is not turned on when shuting laptop down otherwise it will do what yours is doing. They are also talking about going in to safe mode and taking it out of start up. Just read the posts and you might be able to get rid of it. The one i found was towards the bottom.

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http://www.cyberlink.com/prog/oem/acer/update/index.jsp
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Go to acer arcade deluxe
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Select "settings"
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Important Note!:
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that is 5 times!
I am totally stressing this.....5 times!

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SO I AM TOLD.

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another option is to check the run key in the registry: one caveat though - please don't mess with things in the registry you don't understand. Deleting or changing unknown registry keys can result in a non-booting pc.

please stick strictly to my instructions and you will be fine. We're going to look and see if windows is calling the acer arcade to run at boot time:

click your start button and type 'regedit' (no quotes in the start search field. A window titled 'registry editor' will appear. Now, to expand a field in the registry, we left-click on the triangle on the left side of the field.

so, click the triangle beside HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
go down to 'software' and click the triangle beside it. go down to Microsoft and click the triangle, go to windows and click the triangle, go to current version and click the triangle, go to run and click on the run folder, not the triangle beside it.

Now look in the list of items in the run folder. these are all items that run when your pc boots. If you see an item with 'acer arcade' or just 'arcade' in the name, then delete it. DO NOT DELETE ANY OTHER REGISTRY KEYS....PLEASE!
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Just do recovery your notebook. try to run the acer Arcade without upgrade it. I also have some problem when I upgrade/ update my Acer Arcade to latest Version. I'm using Aspire 6920G.

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