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I recenty tried to restore my advent T9400 PC back to it's original factory settings. I placed in the cd as usual and waited until the 'R' for recovery appeared. Halfway through the whole system froze and shut down. When I went to restart the computer to try again and the 'R' for recovery option appeared, I was advised by a friend to press control and backspace to get the settings to appear. I did this and think I chose option 6. Since this my PC when booted up will now go onto the black screen with the white writing, then gets as far as ''Verifying DMI pool data....Boot from CD: then it freezes at this point. I have tried this both with and without a CD in the DVD drive and get the same result. I cannot get past this point at all and no buttons will work. Please please help. Thank you sooooo much.
What operating system are you using? If its windows xp and you are using your factory restore discs, you might want to try using a normal windows xp disc and doing a fresh install. Another option is that your hard drive is bad or is going bad. I would download the ultimate boot cd and run seatools off the ubcd. Check your hard drive to see if its still ok.
Posted on Oct 25, 2007
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Click on the Start menu. Then, select all programs, Acer Empowering Technology and Acer eRecovery Management.
If this is the first time you have opened the program it will prompt you to set up a password and create a backup CD.
Click the Restore button and select the option that reads "Restore system to factory defaults".
Wait for the computer to finish the restore process and reboot.
Restoring for the Boot Screen
If your computer will not boot up properly, you can attempt to reach the restore option by pressing the Alt button and the F10 button at the same time.
When the eRecovery menu appears, choose "restore system to factory defaults".
Wait for the recovery process to complete and the computer to restart
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