Question about Acer Aspire Computers & Internet
Its a blak screen it says no bootable device--please restart system, but i dont get nothing to work it just stays there?
This screen appears when
hard drive has been removed, dislodged or stop working
to rule out the 1st two options
if your technical enough
turn power off remove charger and battery from laptop then try to reseat the hard drive
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: i got an acer aspire
Start the computer and keep tapping F2.
No u will be in the setup utility.
Press F9 for loading default settings and press enter.
Press F10 for saving settings and press enter.
Now your computer will restart.
If u are getting the same error message, u should replace your hard drive.
If not, try doing a complete system recovery.
Follow the steps to do system recovery.
Power on the netbook and keep tapping Alt+F10.
That will take u in to the recovery mode.
Select complete system recovery.
This process will take around 30 to 45 min and make sure u plug in the AC adapter.
Also note that u will lose all your datas.
Posted on Dec 26, 2010
SOURCE: When I start up the
If your system is still under warranty, take it back to the supplier if not then your nearest pc repair centre. Sounds to me like your HDD is going. This is rather unusual considering most of them are SSDs but some do have 1.8" ZIF drives in.
Posted on Nov 16, 2010
SOURCE: my daughter has a acer
It sure sounds like a problem with the hard drive. Acers usually don't include diagnostic tools to check it out, but that is what I would do next. If you don't know how to proceed, use a hard drive diagnostic like DFT to diagnose the hard drive.
to get the info and download the DFT program. This will work on non-Hitachi drives as well, so don't worry about what type of drive is in your Acer.
If the drive is bad, it is a fairly simple matter of installing a new hard drive and reinstalling windows onto it. It's hard to say if the data on that drive is recoverable or not.
Posted on Aug 03, 2011
SOURCE: when i turn my acer
It looks as though the laptop is not recognising the hard drive, there is no hard drive fitted or there is a hard drive but the OS boot record has been wiped ( I know this sounds obvious but some people buy these 2nd hand only to find the hard drive was removed)
You need to check the hard drive is present by booting to the bios screen it should "see" the hard drive attached. If it is present, then you have a problem with the OS or a damaged hard drive. I think its DEL or F2 or F10 to access the bios, not certain.
At this point, you need to attempt to reinstall the OS, as this does not have an optical drive, you will need to obtain a USB Optical drive, go into the bios and see that it is recognised as a boot device. Do not worry about setting the boot order, the Bios will locate the rom as a boot device.
Attempt a start up repair, ie: wait until the installer looks for a previous installation of windows (if one exists) then allow it to install a repair installation. If it does NOT find this, you will need to doa full install. If at this point you have files you need recovering, a strip down of the netbook and removal of the hard drive will be necessary. You simply then get someone with a computer to jumper your hard drive as a slave and recover the files you need, as a full install requires the hard drive to be fully wiped.
Replace the hard drive after you have done this and proceed with the full reinstall
You can use a USB boot device, but to do this you will need to have access to another computer to make the boot installer:
Posted on Aug 02, 2011
At the white ACER BIOS screen, hold the "Alt" key and press the "F10" key simultaneously to start Acer eRecovery
Posted on Nov 16, 2012
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