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During startup and during loading of windows the computer does reset itself and more often than not it loads windows. I have tried to do format but continuous reset of the laptop does not give me the chance to finish it. I believe that no harm either the hard drive or the motherboard
Could be one of several problem:
overheating, faulty RAM, bad sectors on disk, BIOS fault, motherboard problems.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Acer 5520 model #ICW50
1)Try first in safe mode (F8 key) and try to change password from there.
2) how many user account you can see on ur login page. If its more then one then you can go in other account and change your password from there .
3) If you have windows product key sticker attached on side then just borrow any windows XP (but same OS you have in ur computer) from your friend. Run that disk and reinstall your windows with your product key.
Hope it helps !!
Please let me know so that we can try some more tips ..
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
Here is the user guide for aspire 5520
You will need to open a new internet page, and copy this text fully into the addressbar to download the guide, starting with ftp:
The zip file has the pdf format manual inside, if you can't open it let me know.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
You are missing the file NTLDR.exe and NTKRNL.exe. NTLDR is the first file your computer sees when it is booting up and it brings up other files to get your computer started then it turns it over to Windows file called NTKTRNL which actually brings up the Windows operating system. The only wayto fix is to find a Windows disc and copy them over to three folders that you have either win32, windows or winnt. Copy to all three if you see all three buy only one of those starts your system and it seems like it's win32 based on your error, folder under your C: drive. That will solve your problem and your computer will boot up normally.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
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