Question about E-Machines W3052 PC Desktop
My e machine ,with win xp home has an error NTLRD missing, I have no restore disc and comp will not boot, where can I get the factory restore disc
Posted by Anonymous on
1. Turn on your computer. Right away there will be a black screen. You can restore factory settings without a CD, too. This will reset your BIOS.
2. Press "F1" when the black screen appears to enter the setup configuration mode. You will be presented with a menu.
3. Select "Restore Factory Defaults."
That's it. Your computer will do all the work for you.
Posted on Feb 12, 2015
F9 or F12 leads you too a system recovery to reformat the pc or you can download hirens boot cd off google that fixes NTLRD errors
Posted on Feb 11, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Download the drive test for the hard drive. Put the drive in your other computer and run the test. If it test good on simple test do the long test. IF IT COMES OUT FINE, Run the Zero program and then try to install the O.S. Check your BIOS settings and make sure everything is set right. You are on the right track. You just did not know how to test the drive. If it is a Toshiba you will not find a hard drive test. You might be able to use the Maxtor or Seagate drive test. Use the windows version if you can. If you can't do any of the test, right click on the drive and check for errors.
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Posted on May 29, 2008
Can you still log in to Windows Vista?
e machine has a RECOVERY MANAGEMENT allows you to restore sytem to factory default or reboot and tap F10 and follow instructions.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
You might be able to purchase a set of factory image CDs from eMachines, but not all manufacturers make them available. You might also find sets for sale on eBay and from some other vendors.
Without the factory restore CDs, you can still reinstall Windows but you'll need to do a little more work. Download the drivers for your system (audio, video, etc.) from the eMachines website and save them on a flash drive. Find a copy of the XP installation CD for your version. You may be able to borrow one from someone. Do a regular installation of Windows, using the product key from the sticker on your computer. Install the drivers you downloaded as required for anything that Windows doesn't properly detect and support. Then activate your Windows installation.
This is sometimes a good thing to do. Some brands of computers come preloaded with so many "bloatware" applications and programs that try to be helpful that doing a clean install like this gives you a faster system when you're done.
The downside is that any preloaded applications that may be worth having, such as antivirus/antispyware applications, media players or CD/DVD burning software won't be there. You will need to do that yourself. There are plenty to choose from for downloading. My picks are avast! for antivirus use, InfraRecorder for disc burning, Winamp for media playing.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
SOURCE: Emachine EL 1200 06w Restore ???
I have no idea about the difference between XP Home and "Nettops", lol! But, I can help you restore :)
Reboot your PC, when the very first screen comes up (the manufacturer's screen, the one before the Windows splash) press and hold F8 (or tap repeatedly). This will take you to a boot-options menu. Choose "Boot in Safe Mode", allow windows to load.
When it is finished loading, you may be given an automatic choice of either running System Restore, or finish loading in Safe Mode. Choose System Restore, and restore to a date (on the little calander) sometime before your issues came up.
If you are not prompted automatically, and instead it loads to the desktop, go to Start Button ---> Help and Support ---> and under "Pick a Task" choose "Undo changes to your computer with System Restore". Again, pick a date and let 'er rip!
(you can also find it in Start Button ---> Programs ---> Accessories ---> System Tools ---> System Restore)
*****If you are not having problems with your boot, and simply want to restore, you can skip the F8 way and just go straight to restore from your normal desktop!
Whew! Hope some of this helps!
If you need any further assistance, please feel free to post a comment to this post and I will be glad to help!
PS - If useful, don't forget to vote!
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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