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Restore my computer to an earlier date
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Will not boot up
Are you able to boot into safe mode? (To do this, press F8 repeatedly after first turning on, the select 'safe mode' from the menu.)
If you can get to here, you should be able to undo your system restore, or try restoring to a different point.
You might also consider running the system file checker utility. You can find more info about it here:
Posted on Feb 28, 2008
Just turn off your computer and restart in Dos mode
at c:\ prompt type scanreg /restore
Select the date from the list to restore
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
SOURCE: need serial number for my nero 7
the proper hoops for this probably involve contacting nero and explaining the situation and waiting for the answer from them.
a faster, and likely illegal, solution would be to use a crack or serial search to find a workaround (http://serials.ws/ isn't horrible, as long as you are very specific with your search and don't download anything...just wait until you can SEE the key on the screen...it is safe to cut and paste). this is somewhat dangerous...as those types of sites often have pornographic images / advertisements and are habitually plagued with malicious software and scripts. that said, i've found times when they provided the most efficient route to getting my legitimate software working properly.
anyway, if you have any specific version (open nero and go to help / about / product information or something) number and build number, using that information would be vital search information to ensure you get the right number. if you can't get that far into the program, the information may be available in the documentation on the CD. best of luck!
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
SOURCE: CD DVD not detected at start up
Check to see if it is showing up in the hardware section of device manager. Click on Start - Control Panel - System - and in the left hand pane you should see Device Manager. If the CD/DVD player is showing up there then the BIOS is seeing the drive but Windows may not. This could be due to incorrect or lost drivers. I would suggest going to Acer's website and downloading the most current drivers and also if there is a bios upgrade do that as well. That should correct the issue.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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