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Acer 7720g f11 does not working in order repair my pc to factory image...i have the dvd recovery and i have testing a couple of times the settings of hdd ( os or fat 32 with partedit32).Also when i use the acronis software shows that it cant see hdd. how to gain the pqservice and the factory image??? now i have my hdd (250g)1 hidden fat 32 partition about 12 g and 2 (c d )partition .the hdd settings are type boot cyl head sector cyl head sector before sectors 1(07 80 0 1 1 1023 254 63 63 268462152 2(07 00 1023 254 63 1023 254 63 268462215 194820255 3(0f 00 1023 254 63 1023 254 63 463282470 25109595 4( 00 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Hi there.
If F11 is not workings as it sometimes does, then pop the recovery DVD in the drive and try hitting F12 as the computer starts up so you can change the boot order without going into the bios.
If you do not have this option the enter the bios by hitting F2 as it starts up, once in the bios look for the boot order and change it to CD/DVD as the first boot device, hit F10 to save the changes and exit the bios, the computer will restart and you should be able to boot from the recovery disk and restore the PC to factory condition.
Please post back if you need anymore assistance.

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