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I erased my HDD (all partitions) of my Acer Aspire 5610-4648. The eRecovery backup discs work, but don´t install the eRecovery partition. How to install the eRecovery partition?

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I would suggest that you just try and keep your recovery disks intact. This is because, for most of those recovery partitions, the moment you format the partition that contains them, it automatically wipes off even the pointer that helps F11 key to locate it at start-up. Do you know that even some Systems remove those recovery partition automatically immediately you burn them out to the CDs? And you will even be allowed to do this once!
And this is why I said you should just try and keep your recovery disks very well...if possible create more duplicates of them.
Hope this advice helps you out.
Goodluck.

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Erecovery password


erecovery password
Acer has a software named eRecovery. This software dedicated to their customers in order to get Windows OS recovery process a lot more easier and faster even a kid able to do it.


Acer created a hidden partition labeled PQSERVICE

You wouldn't able to see this partition in Windows explorer. If you want to see this partition existance, right-click My Computer -> Manage -> Disk Management


PQSERVICE partition contain an image of Windows OS (XP/Vista/Seven) and this partition will be load to recover anytime when your Windows OS crashed, unstable, or infected by virus.

By pressing ALT+F10 before entering Windows boot process, you will access Acer eRecovery menu and asked the location where the backup will restore (ussually C: Drive). After few simple clicks (as easy as click Next) you will have your Windows back as 'factory default' state (State when you bought your Acer machine)

But how if there are password required for eRecovery? The windows is crashed and unfortunately... you don't know the password?

Here are the tricks!


Try the default password 000000

Dec 22, 2011 | Acer Aspire One Netbook 8.9" Notebook

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I WOULD LIKE TO RESTORE TO FACTORY SETTINGS TY


You will loose all data you have put on the computer. When you turn it on right at the beginning there is a black screen and there are a few f key options.
They will flash up with the option when you turned it on, before windows kicks in. Take a look at the user manual to find out for sure.
Press the correct f key before windows starts up, then go through the menus in setup (it will look all crappy and dos like) and find restore factory settings (or something like that) and click yes.
It's a great feature, and will completely kill any virus or **** problems you have had and couldn't get rid of.
Hope this helps. I would appreciate your feed back as I do this for fun not pay.

Oct 01, 2011 | Acer Aspire One PC Notebook

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The HDD of my Acer Aspire 5102WLMi got broken. I bought a new one, partitoned it, load the D: drive with Acer stuff from backup, mounted it in the laptop and started this with the recovery CD. This...


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The HDD interface on this machine is a PATA so BIOS shows the correct interface as IDE 0. Upon loading up the recovery disc (I'm assuming it's a good condition genuine Acer recovery media), what it does is that it re-images the HDD to the default file system and automatically occupies the full partition of the HDD so if you have already re-partition it, the problem might lie right there. Try to do the following:

1. Erase all partition on the new HDD that you have purchased and format it with NTFS and try to load the Acer recovery discs again.
2. If that won't work, try to use a retail copy of Windows and check if it fully install Windows. If it does, try to create a duplicate copy of your Acer recovery discs, it might just be faulty and try again.

Good Luck.

Sep 04, 2011 | Acer Computers & Internet

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My acer aspire 4315 stuck at boot with white screen, when using external monitor it show acer boot screen and stuck there. I can press F2 for setup but nothing happen.


http://tim.id.au/laptops/acer/aspire%204715z%204315.pdf
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 ‘‘Burn Disk’’ 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

May 14, 2010 | Acer Aspire 4315 Notebook

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In my Acer Aspire One, need eRecovery info..


yes but it will reformat everiting dont forget to backupyour data

Jun 22, 2009 | Acer Aspire One PC Notebook

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Install the eRecovery drivers for aspire 5715Z


First ensure you have enabled D2D from Bios, If bios settings are OK then that message often comes up when E recovery partition is damaged.

Possible solutions are calling Acer and getting a disk to restore recovery partition (best way to proceed)

Or downloading and installing drivers from acer website

Here is recovery procedure from manual, to ensure you are doing corrrectly:

Create backup
You can create and save backup images to hard disk, CD or DVD.
1 Boot to Windows XP
2 Press Alt + F10 to open the Acer eRecovery Management utility.
3 Enter the password to proceed. The default password is six zeros.
4 In the Acer eRecovery Management window, select Recovery settings and
click Next.
5 In the Recovery settings window, select Backup snapshot image and
click Next.
6 Select the backup method.
a Use Backup to HDD to store the backup disk image on drive D:.
b Backup to optical device to store the backup image on CD or DVD.
7 After choosing the backup method, click Next.
Follow the instructions on screen to complete the process.
Restore from backup
You can restore backups previously created (as stated in the Create backup
section) from hard disk, CD or DVD.
1 Boot to Windows XP.
2 Press Alt + F10 to open the Acer eRecovery Management utility.
3 Enter the password to proceed. The default password is six zeros.
4 In the Acer eRecovery Management window, select Recovery actions and
click Next.
5 Select the desired restore action and follow the onscreen instructions to
complete the restore process


Here Acer download page: Acer Service & Support

May 05, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Non installment of acer erecovery solution


eRecovery expects there to be both C: (system) and D: (DATA) partitions on the drive as well as the hidden recovery partition. If you use Disk Management to shrink the C: drive, and create the D: drive, things will install properly.

Oct 03, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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D2d recovery


Hi,

Unfortunately once your original HDD has been replaced you lose all e-recovery features and there is no-way this can be reversed.

If you could get hold of the image from your old drive you maybe able to write it to your new, its a bit messy though.

The main reason for the "factory default image backup" you have not working now is because a snapshot of the C: drive is stored on D: drive so when you replaced the drive itself you basically made that disc useless for eRecovery features.

Sorry its bad news.

Cheers

Jun 17, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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