I had a blue screen and my acer 4021WLMi reported corrupt sys32 files so I reinstalled using the restore set of disks and immediately was informed by windows one the dll's were now missing .right away I restored using my set of disks and all was fine for a couple of days then the blue screen appeared and it shut down. when I tried to start up again windows reported that some files were missing ,then after a short time the blue screen reappeared with a small message in the corner saying hard error. Does this indicate my hard drive is duff
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The easiest way to fix corrupted windows system files is do an Acer eRecovery. On power-up, while the Acer logo is showing, press the Alt-key and hold it down while pressing the F10-key repeatedly. Wait while screen shows eRecovery loading. On the eRecovery menu, select restore of system software to factory condition. This will delete all user data from the hard disk and once the restore is complete, you will have to re-enter your initial system configuration settings.
As soon as you power up your laptop, keep tapping F8 until another screen pops up. Select reinstall windows / restore factory settings (Should be an option to reset your computer back to factory settings)
Any data on your computer will be lost during this process.....
This will reinstall the windows you already have on your hard drive and will not require a disk.
Your computer freezes due to corruptedsystem files. System files corruption is one of the most responsible causes forcrashing the entire computer. Deleting or moving the system files may crashyour computer.
1. Insert the Microsoft Windows Installation CD ROM. 2. Click Start ' Run. 3. Type SFC/ ScanNow and press ENTER. 4. Follow the instructions on your screen.
System registry corruption leads to runtime errors and your computer crashes.Windows Registry is very complex and not easy to repair manually. Hence, athird-party Registry Cleaner and PC Optimizer software is recommended.
1. Download a Registry Cleaner and PC Optimizer software such as Reginout. 2. Click Registry Cleaner tab. 3. Click Start Scan. 4. The registry scan will start. Wait till it is finished. 5. As per the results, click Fix Now button to start repairing you registry.
Often good registry cleaners include built-in Backup & Restore centre thatlets you recover from an unforeseen situation by simply restoring the state ofyour registry.
Your computer freezes due to problemswith the computer memory. A faulty RAM may result in Blue Screen of Death(BSOD).
In such a case, remove the existing RAM and clean it using a soft cloth. Then,connect it again. The problem may not persist..
Your computer freezes because of a previously failed or incompleteinstallation. An incomplete or failed installation creates junk registryentries and thereby system crashing problem.
Repair the registry entries created by a failed setup and delete the files thatstill remain on your hard disk. Delete the contents of C:\Windows\Temp folder.
Disk Space Allocated by Unnecessary Files
Your computer freezes if the operating system has no adequate free disk spaceto perform its operations. Temporary files, temporary internet files, logfiles, browser cache and other files may occupy a large amount of your diskspace and thus generating runtime errors that crashes your system.
Using Disk Cleaner, delete the junk files from your hard disk. The steps are asbelow:
1. Click Start ' All Programs ' Accessories ' System Tools ' Disk CleanUp. 2. Follow the instructions on your screen
The blue screen is caused by drivers that are wrong for your operating system or hardware. Or they are caused by viru's and/or malware corrupting the drivers for your operating system and/or hardware. I've had cases where the blue screen wasn't immediate but took some time but it was still one of the above problems. First backup your system. Then I would suggest runing these three programs AVGFREE.exe, MALWAREBYTES.exe and SUPERANTISPYWARE.exe. Once your're absolutely sure there are no virus's, malware or spyware then go to the Start button, click Run and type SFC/scannow. Make sure you have your original operating system disk handy. You might need it to replace corrupt drivers. If after all this is done and the blue screen continues it will need the whole operating system replaced. Good luck.
A system32 file is a program file for your 32bit OS (Operating System) you could attempt a system restore from your start menu by finding the system folder and rolling your PC back to an earlier date, another last resort alternative is to reinstall your system or use your restore partition to reset your acer to factory settings by pushing F10 or F11 (dont remember which) when your system is booting up
Disconnect any external devices, plug in your power to a A/C outlet, re-install the restoration disk and start over.
Check your BIOS again to make sure the CD is the first boot drive. You may not be saving the BIOS change or the restore disk may not be bootable.
You can check the restore disk on any PC or laptop.
Also you may have a restoration partation on the hard disk. Get you docs. and check.
The OS probably has a corrupt system file that is causing it not to turn on properly. If you can get into safe mode, back up all of the files that you need either online or via a flash disk or blank CD/DVD. Make a list of the software you have that is downloadable from the internet, etc. as well. Once you are sure you have enerything, either burn recovery disks or use the recovery disks provided with your computer and wipe the hard-drive. This will make your computer like it was the day you opened it. After this is completed, restore your old files and you should be good to go!