Question about Computers & Internet
To Fix The Problem Format All Hard Drives
Completely And Reboot The PC Go In To The Bios And
Reset Every Thing To The Defult Settings And Then
Re Install Your Operating System !
Posted on Feb 18, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: TV Tuner
Open your program files on your old HDD, Find your Tv Tuner drivers in there, Now you can either drag them onto your new hard drive or copy them into the Program files on your new Hard drive. Make sure you have them in you new one and then unhook you old HDD and Open TV tuner Files should self install. Or you could also, If you know the name of the tv tuner model and series go to Add New hardware Icon in your control panel. Do it from there when it wants you to install from a specific place choose that option then the name of the device should be there under the network option, find your device and install it from that location I sure Hope that Helps you out
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
Perform a system recovery:
Does not come with recovery cd's - there is a program that allows you to burn the disks or
1. If in Windows - Start - Programs - Acer empowering technology - Acer E-recovery management -
click on Restore at bottom then "Restore to factory default settings"
2. Or click on Burn disks instead of restore
3. if unable to ge into Windows then Alt/F10 during boot right after Acer splash screen on startup
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Posted on Feb 02, 2008
SOURCE: Acer Desk top help please
There are two (2) default/factory settings in your Desktop PC:
1. Motherboard (hardware) - you need to open the casing and set the jumpers to reset or alternately, you can simply remove the Lithium battery for a couple of minutes and the motherboard CMOS/BIOS will restore to default fail safe settings. You will notice that even the date/time will revert back.
2. OS (software) - If you are running a version of Windows, there normally is a System Restore feature where the OS will revert to the first time it was installed. Better yet, you can run the recovery/restore CD that came with the PC when it was new. Pop it in your CD tray, set the PC to boot first from your CD ROM and follow on-screen instructions.
Of course doing any of the above will restore the PC to its original settings but that would mean that most if not all of your added applications, saved files, settings and configurations would be either gone or no longer would be working.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
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Posted on Apr 10, 2008
make sure you pc is turned off before you start. To add additional internal hard drive you will need to get SATA hard drive. when you open up your pc there will be a slot to put it in. on the new hard drive there will a display with shows you how to make that hard drive a slave. move the little thing to the right place and plug it in. when you restart it should read it .
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
You will need to burn a Recovery CD / DVD set from the icon located on the desktop/ In your Acer Home Start utility (The window loading at startup) or from the Start Menu.
Using this disk you will be able to do a System Restore back to original factory setup.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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