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When we turn on the computer the Acer screen appears frozen. Nothing changes regardless of what keys are used. It says F12 boot menu and something else at the bottom but pressing F12 is ineffectual.
You have a driver conflict, if you have the system restore I suggest you try that, but however anything you have saved on the drive will be lost, if you have anything connected to it when you boot it up, i suggest you unhook it first and try to boot and see if the screen is still frozen, if it's not then something you had hooded up to it was your conflict, and if not try the system restore.
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Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
To start the system recovery:
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Click the "Start" button found at the bottom left hand side of your desktop. Select "Turn Off Computer" in the "Start" menu options.
Click "Restart" in the "Turn Off Computer" dialog box to reboot your computer.
Watch your computer's reboot display closely. Press "F2" when you see the system keys display at the bottom of the screen, just before the Windows splash screen appears, to access the BIOS panel.
Make any needed changes in the BIOS and hit the "F10" key to save your changes and exit the BIOS. Your computer will complete the startup process and launch Windows.
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