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I might be able to help you out. Looking at the Fento website I can tell they are selling UPS's produced by the company I work for. Although I don't recognize the L series it could well be that its components are or have been produced in our factory. Any idea how old the UPS is?
Above is a link for your Service manual, inside is everything you need to know to troubleshoot and repair your machine, this is the manual that us engineers use to repair these units.
This could be your HDD, failed. Work through, the troubleshooting procedures.
Anyway try this below first.
Run Acer eRecovery Management
Copy the Acer factory default backup disk Image
Create backup of the system
Create a complete backup
Creating an incremental backup
Erase a backup point
Using the option â€˜â€˜Burn Diskâ€™â€™
Burn a backup disc with the factory default settings
Burn a backup disc with the parameters of user
Copy the current system configuration to disc
Burn a disc backup software
Restore the system
Restore system to factory default settings
Restore system from backup user
Recover the system from CD / DVD
Re-install applications / drivers
Other means of System Restore
No Restore CD / eRecovery / password / ALT + F10 or F10
1. Provide conditioned clean AC power to computers & other peripherals (except laser printers, which should not be powered by UPS). 2. Protect equipment from the harmful effects of brownouts & sags. 3. Supply power to equipment during a power outage for a specific time, either to allow for the graceful shut down of systems, or to keep the systems working during the power outage (depending on the battery capacity).
You can order the manual from any Babylock Sewing Machine dealer, look in the Yellow Pages for one local to you, if there is none then look in the 800 pages for Tacony, they are the manufacturer of the Babylock machine, I think they are in Fenton, Missouri.
Hi, your quite right that the original Fenton software doesn't work with and in XP. Since the reason for the software is simply to monitor certain conditions of the UPS and timer auto shutdown then running the computer plugged to the UPS even without the software would still make the UPS work. Of course this will only hold true if you are using the PC like a regular unit and not as an unattended computer.
More information maybe gleamed from their website (http://www.fentonups.com/Support___Service/H___S_FAQ_s/h___s_faq_s.html#Operating-Systems).
Hope this be of some help to you and pls post again how things turn up.