Question about Acer Aspire Computers & Internet
Unable to boot indicating no operating system found. Also cannot install any O.S
Posted by Anonymous on
Do you have a system disk to insert before pressing start?
Posted on Apr 06, 2015
Sounds like its lost its windows bootup.or the hdd has come lose.
has anybody tryed to install windows again,or has it been droped.
but what ever happend its hdd thats at fault by the sounds of it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: no operating system found
sounds like the hard drive has either taken a dump and is not working or maybe the connection to it has been lost. Either way I think you have hard drive problems. When booting keep an eye out for where the hard drives are detected and see if the computer sees the hard drive.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
hi..try to remove unplug or plug in the Hard Drive,, if cant work you or nothing happens you need to re-place the hard drive.about files theirs nothing ways to recover the files if the Hard Drive is totally defective..Thanks..and GOOD LUCK...^_^
Posted on May 13, 2009
ok i have had this problem.. (my computer would show the loading screen with all of the commands at the bottom. after this it would not boot up, but show a message on a black screen saying "operating system not found")
I completly tore down the laptop and making sure i had no issues with anything. so here is what i did that is simple and ended up solving the issues 3 times in a row.
1. take the cover off for the hard drive on the bottom of the laptop ( shows 3 very small disks beside each screw)
2. grab the clear strip that is on the hard drive and pull out the hard drive. ( blow out where it connects on the right side if dirty)
3. Reconnect the hard drive this will reset it.
4. Make sure to change back the processes to defaults when the computer starts back up.. If you fail to do so you will have to repeat the process each time you turn off the computer.
(This will only work if you messed up some settings while having the computer on, and not if you have faulty parts.)
for me i ctrl alt deleted and accidentally ended some important processes..
any other issues just email me at Bostelman@hotmail.com i will try to help you out. =D
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
On my ThinkPad Notebook Windows 7, I have got "operating system not found" error, to fix problem, Windows Boot Genius helped me finally!
Posted on Nov 27, 2013
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