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Click on the start button on the task bar, then click on the run icon. now type cmd and the command prompt window will open

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Acer eRecovery management Restore system to factor default but I don't know the password


Locate and Unhide Hidden Rescue Partition
  • 1 Access the Diskpart command prompt. Acer stores custom eRecovery passwords on your computer in PQService, a hidden rescue partition. Locating this partition requires accessing the Diskpart utility from the command prompt. Diskpart allows you to run a scan on your hard drive and bring up hidden partitions. To access Diskpart, go to Start and type "cmd" in the search bar to bring up the black command prompt box, and then type "diskpart" at the prompt to switch to a Diskpart prompt. Depending on your computer, a new command prompt may open with the Diskpart prompt.
  • 2 Scan your computer configuration. At the Diskpart prompt, type "rescan" to run a system configuration check. When the scan finishes, you will receive a message informing you the scan is complete. At the command prompt, type "list disks" to bring up available disks and then type "select disk 0."
  • 3 Locate the hidden partition. At the command prompt, type "list partition" to view a list of partitions on your disk. Locate the partition with no name and a size of approximately 10GB. At the command prompt, type "select partition (number)."
  • 4 Determine the partition type and unhide the partition. The hidden PQService partition will be either a type 27 or a type 12 partition. If the partition is type 27, unhide it by typing "set id=07 override," and if a type 12, then unhide it by typing "set id=0B" at the command prompt.
  • 5 View the PQService partition. Return to the disk containing PQService by typing "select disk 0" at the command prompt, and then type "list volume" to view the contents of the disk. PQService will be visible in the list, preceded by a number. Type "select volume (number)" and then assign PQService a new drive letter so you will be able to open and view it from your computer interface window. At the command prompt, type "assign letter=f."
Reset eRecovery Password
  • 1 Open PQService. Navigate to the drive containing PQService. Find the file "aimdrs.dat." Right-click on the file and select "Open with" and then "Textpad," "Notepad" or another text editor you prefer.
  • 2 Open the file and find the password. Open the file with your text editor and locate the eRecovery password. Look for a line that reads, "Password=password name," "Hint=the password hint." Write down the password and close the file.
  • 3 Open eRecovery using the recovered password and follow the instructions to create a new password.


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May 23, 2015 | Acer Computers & Internet

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When you cannot boot your system


<span>If your system has failed to the point where you cannot access the <br />Windows GUI either through booting normally or through safe mode, you<br />may still have the chance to use the System Restore feature if you have <br />it enabled, by running it form the command prompt. To do this:<br />Restart your computer and press F8 after the POST screen to bring up <br />the Windows XP boot menu. Choose 'boot in safe mode with command<br />prompt.'<br />If your system gets to the command prompt successfully, type '%systemroot%\system32\restore\rstrui.exe' and then press enter. Follow the<br />onscreen instructions to restore your computer to a previous saved point</span>

on Apr 04, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to Reset an Password for Acer eRecovery


Acer eRecovery is a vendor-specific method you can use to restore your computer to its original factory settings, or to custom settings you create and store on your hard drive or other removable media. eRecovery also contains a back-up utility you can use to back up data to your hard drive or other removable media. Access to eRecovery requires you to use the default "000000"password or one you select. While it is important to store a custom password in a safe location, if you lose or forget it, there are steps you can take to reset your Acer eRecovery password.
Access the Diskpart command prompt. Acer stores custom eRecovery passwords on your computer in PQService, a hidden rescue partition. Locating this partition requires accessing the Diskpart utility from the command prompt. Diskpart allows you to run a scan on your hard drive and bring up hidden partitions.

02d2ca3.pngstep 1. To access Diskpart, go to "Start" and type "cmd" in the Search bar to bring up the black command prompt box, and then type "diskpart" at the prompt to switch to a Diskpart prompt. Depending on your computer, a new command prompt may open with the Diskpart prompt.
Step 2. Scan your computer configuration. At the Diskpart prompt, type "rescan" to run a system configuration check. When the scan finishes, you will receive a message informing you the scan is complete. At the command prompt, type "list disks" to bring up available disks and then type "select disk 0."
Step 3. Locate the hidden partition. At the command prompt, type "list partition" to view a list of partitions on your disk. Locate the partition with no name and a size of approximately 10 GB. At the command prompt, type "select partition (number)."
Step 4. Determine the partition type and unhide the partition. The hidden PQService partition will be either a type 27 or a type 12 partition. If the partition is type 27, unhide it by typing "set id=07 override," and if a type 12, then unhide it by typing "set id=0B" at the command prompt.
Step 5. View PQService partition. Return to the disk containing PQService by typing "select disk 0" at the command prompt, and then type "list volume" to view the contents of the disk. PQService will be visible in the list, preceded by a number. Type "select volume (number)" and then assign PQService a new drive letter so you will be able to open and view it from your computer interface window. At the command prompt, type "assign letter=f."
Reset eRecovery Password
Step 1. Open PQService. Navigate to the drive containing PQService. If you are using Windows XP, use My Computer; if you are using windows Vista, use Computer. Find the file "aimdrs.dat." Right click on the file and select "Open with" and then "Textpad," "Notepad," or whatever text editor you prefer.
Step 2. Open file and find password. Open the file with your text editor and locate the eRecovery password. Look for a line that reads, "Password=password name," "Hint=the password hint." Write down the password and close the file.
Step 3. Open eRecovery using the recovered password and follow instructions to create a new password.

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Factory restore using command prompt?


Holding the F11 key at startup will bring you to the factory restore prompts for Lenovo PCs. The factory reset is driven from the ROM BIOS and not the command prompt.

Oct 13, 2013 | IBM ThinkPad Computers & Internet

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How do I run CHKDSK/F?


As an administrator, bring up the command prompt window (click the Windows menu, select "All Programs" then "Accessories", right-click "Command Prompt" and select "Run as administrator). Into this window type "chkdsk/f" and press ENTER.

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IBM thinkpad ip config wifi, how do i run command propmt clicking on start menu brings up control pannel an i can't find windows button on keyboard (not my pc helping a friend)


START; at the box type CMD and you will get a black box to come up that is the command prompt.
You can also get there from Start, ALL PROGRAMS, Accessories, Command prompt.
Hope this helps as I do it for feedback not for $$

Oct 01, 2011 | IBM ThinkPad T40 2373 Notebook

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I don't remember ip of my router


Good day.
Here are the easy steps:
1.Press Windows + R key on your keyboard.
2.This should bring up the Run dialog box.
3.Type in CMD to bring up the command prompt. -Type in ipconfig on the command prompt and press enter -The default gateway ip address should be the ip address of your router.

I hope this helps you today. :-)

Jun 26, 2011 | D-Link DIR-600 Router

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Where is the run(command prompt) in win 7


You can find the command prompt by:

Go to start and within start search type command prompt and it will bring it up on the left side.

You can also press the windows key and "R" to bring up the run dialog box. then within there you can type cmd. then hit enter and it will bring it up.
Also with Windows 7 when trying to do certain things it may not allow you to without opening the command prompt as an administrator.
You can open command prompt and run as administrator by going to start and within start search type command prompt then right click on it in the search area and select to run as administrator.

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How to restore your windows 7 in command mode


1. Restart your system

2. When the system first boots, type F8 to bring up the boot menu

3. Select the Safe Mode with Command Prompt option

4. Log-on as administrator if needed

5. At your command prompt type %systemroot%\system32\restore\rstrui.exe

6. Hit Enter

6. This will open the system restore wizard...

Sep 28, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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