Question about Acer Aspire One PC Notebook
It would appear that your computer is having an issue with a device driver and that is causing the netbook to continually reboot. You have two options:
1. Boot the computer to Safe Mode and see if you can find the faulty driver and fix it (all of your data is saved)
2. Restore the entire computer to the factory defaults using the recovery disk (all of your data is erased)
For option 1 - use the following to boot the comuter into Safe Mode
Choose network boot if possible so you can connect to the Internet with this system. If you cannot connect, you will need to use the below link on another comptuer and download the drivers for your netbook and install them individually.
For option 2 - plug the optical drive into the USB port, press F2 when turning the netbook on to enter BIOS. Insert the Acer Recovery Media into the drive and go to BOOT and select USB CDROM. Follow the on-screen prompts to re-image your netbook.
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