Question about Acer TravelMate 2300 Notebook
My acer laptop keeps comming up with a fat32 and says disc inconsistency and keeps shutting down after a while is a travelmate 4200
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Hi there, my name is Alex and I am here to help solve your problem
Here you will find the drivers to the VGA for both Windows XP and Vista. http://support.acer-euro.com/drivers/notebook/tm_4200.html
You will have to download the drivers first in order to install them. I hope this information helps. If you experience any problems or have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
SOURCE: acer travelmate 3210
yes theres a solution. go into your bios go to booting preferencess click f-9.
them press enter then press esc when it prompts you to exit saying the changes click yes.
when your sys reboots and all is well. reboot it again. second time it boots ok.
there you go.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
Windows Reinstallation Disk option:
Insert Windows Reinstallation disk into tray, Boot to CD/DVD-ROM by pressing F12 at initial boot screens, delete existing Windows partition, re-create partition, and then follow steps to reinstall Windows. This will lead you to an option for formatting hard drive. I recommend choosing the full format versus the quick, from this point you can let windows install, or just shut the computer down when the format finishes. You will have to watch the progress, though, if you don't want the install to commence.
Boot disk option:
For XP, 95, 98, or ME, follow the instructions at this MS article page. It will walk you through creating a boot disk that will allow you to format.
You will need a floppy disk or CD
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
Try first to replace a CMOS battery. Normally, the CMOS do not track time when the battery is empty. And You can power on Your computer, that means CMOS is working properly and there is no reason to change it. The battery is a small piece that is placed on main board. is only one battery, looks as a slim battery for some electronic devices such a remote controllers, watches etc, so You can locate it easily. Pull off gently the old battery and replace it with the new one. You´ll see - everything will be fine and Your laptop will be an working order. I repeat, it's a common problem of the all kinds of computers, don't worry about CMOS. After the replacement probably You must to change a little bit BIOS settings, but normally the BIOS don't needs changing if You don't change it before. Sincerely.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
most times the battery is located under the ram chips
there is also 2 pins that can be shorted together that will reset the bios password if you cannot see the battery when opening the ram door.
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Posted on May 07, 2010
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