In acer settings management it sais that the comp has none cd or dvd rw , and the comp delays a lot booting up maybe for the same reason. when I try to search for devices , the comp breaks down to the blue screen
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Purchase Win7 System Disc. Power up laptop and go into BIOS setting the DVD/CD Rom as first boot device. Place OS disk in drive and boot from disk Navigate the menu and questions and there you have it. Windows 7 on your laptop. Now, download all of the drivers as required from Acer.com. Download Windows updates and resore any backup data files. Hope that helps.
According to the ACER Aspire 6920 specs, it does not have a Blue-ray player only DVD CD R/W drive. Therefore it cannot play blue-ray movie disks.
The specs of the DVD drive are as follows :- Optical Storage
TypeDVD±RW (±R DL) / DVD-RAM - Integrated
CD / DVD read speed24x (CD) / 8x (DVD±R) / 6x (DVD±R DL)
CD / DVD write speed16x (CD) / 8x (DVD±R) / 4x (DVD±R DL)
CD / DVD rewrite speed16x (CD) / 6x (DVD-RW) / 8x (DVD+RW) / 5x (DVD-RAM)
Go to device manager and look for the dvd/cd on the list. Click on the "+" sign and you may have a yellow, red or black symbol. right-click on the device and reinstall the driver. That should get it working again. If not then try the troubleshooting in the device manager, same place you reinstall the driver. Follow the instructions. If none of that works then it needs to be replaced.
The eRecovery software should be installed on your computer and you can use it to burn the disks yourself.
Click Start, Programs, Acer Empowering Technology, Acer eRecovery Management.
The management windows will open.
At the bottom click on Burn Disk
Click Create Factory Default Disc - good idea to have this because it put the machine back to new state - warning, you will wipe out any existing data from the hard drive if you boot of this disk.
You can also burn a driver and application backup disk and a current system configuration backup
If you click on Backup on the bottom you have the choice of doing a full system backup,this is probably what will work best for you but I do recommend having a set of factory default available.