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Siemens computer During the process of creating backup system recovery discs my computer does not progress after DVD recovery 1 has been processed and ejected

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Hi dear


i think it's processing stop causing by internal failure, it's about your speed of dvd recording ...try to used a slower speed

and try to refresh your burning softwre

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Recovery partition of acer aspire 5720Z


Hi w abdallah25...

How to reinstall the Operating system on your computer

Select models of Acer laptops have Microsoft Windows partition , they have the ability to have the Operating System reinstalled from a hidden partition built into the computer.
Note: During the process, all data stored on your computer will be overwritten. This means all your files, such as email and photos, will be erased. Therefore, we recommend making a backup of all personal data before starting the recovery process.
To start the system recovery:
1.Restart the computer.
2.When the Acer logo appears on the screen, press the Alt and F10 keys repeatedly.
3.If you are prompted with a Microsoft Windows boot screen, press the Enter key.
4.After the system recovery application has loaded, follow the prompts to reinstall the Operating System.
If the ability to reinstall from the previous method is not available or fails, recovery of the Operating System will need to be from Recovery Media. If you do not have a set of Acer Recovery Media, you may purchase the set online from the Acer Recovery Media Order Form..
Note: If your computer does not have an internal optical disc drive, an external optical disc drive will be required in order to recover the Operating System using Acer Recovery Media.
1.Restart the computer.
2.When the Acer logo appears on the screen, press the F12 key repeatedly to enter the computer's Boot Menu.
3.Press the CD-ROM drive eject button and insert the disc labeled System CD.
4.Close the CD-ROM tray.
5.Refer to on screen instructions to select either CDROM or USB CDROM.
6.The computer will boot from the Acer Recovery Media
7.When prompted for the Recovery CD, remove the System CD and insert the Recovery CD.

Note: If there are multiple Recovery CDs, please insert the first of the Recovery CDs.

8.After the system recovery application has loaded, follow the prompts to reinstall the Operating System.
Note: if your computer is unable to run the Acer Recovery process, or errors occur during recovery, please contact Acer support.
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Sep 27, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Stery


1. Click Start -> Dell -> Dell Data Safe Local Backup
2. In the "Dell DataSafe Local Backup Basic Edition", click on "Backup". Then click "Create Recovery Media".

You have two options to create a Recovery Media - DVD Discs or USB Flash Drive. You can go with either of the options. You will need two 4.7GB DVD Discs or one 8 GB or larger USB Flash Drive accordingly. Choose the option and click "Next"

the application will now create the recovery media.wait for the process to complete.

so at anytime you desire to bring your Dell PC to factory state, you need to insert this media before booting and proceed with the restoring wizard.

Mar 02, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How do you restore it


All HP's and Compaqs (as far as I know) come pre-installed with a recovery partition. This replaces the functionality of a recovery CD or DVD, only without the hassle of losing or scratching a recovery CD or DVD. There is one drawback to this method; namely that if the hard drive (or more likely for you) solid state drive gets damaged or erased, you run the risk of also erasing this recovery partition. If this happens, you will need to go to HP's website to order a recovery USB key. Information for ordering a recovery key can be found here. Keep in mind you can only order one recovery key per system, so if you do have to take this route, be sure to create another using the information at the bottom of this post.

  • Press the Power button to start the PC, and then press the f11 key when the standard BIOS prompts are displayed on the black screen.
    NOTE: Pressing the f11 key during startup on a computer with an HP factory image will start the system recovery process even if the prompt is not displayed.
    • If the HP Recovery Manager can access the recovery partition on the hard drive, a prompt to backup the user files before beginning the recovery is displayed. Follow any on-screen instructions.
    • If the HP Recovery Manager cannot access the hard drive to fix any system errors, you will need to use the personalized recovery disc that you created to recover the hard drive to its original condition.
    • If you have not created the personalized recovery disc, or the discs are corrupted, you can order a replacement recovery disc from HP.
  • If prompted to use the Microsoft System Restore program, click No , and then click Next .
  • When prompted, if you want to backup your personal files and settings, select the Back up your files first (recommended) option, and then click Next . Follow the on-screen instructions.
  • When prompted to Recover without backing up your files , please STOP before clicking Next . WARNING: This is the final opportunity to change your mind about recovering the PC and deleting all the files and programs. Once you click Next , the restore process cannot be stopped.
  • If you are satisfied that you want to begin the recover process, click Next . The PC immediately begins formatting the hard drive and destroying all data.
  • The recovery process may take up to several hours and will return the PC to its original condition. Any custom settings, drivers, software programs and updates, and/or hardware updates are lost and must be reinstalled.


    Once this process is complete, you can create a recovery USB drive using the procedures outlined below:

    There are three options for recovering these mini notebook PCs to their original operating system image.
    • Option 1 - Use the Recovery Manager program on the recovery partition on PC. For Windows 7, turn on the power switch, press Esc key at boot followed by F11 key for the recovery menu. For XP, press F6 key for Roxio BackOnTrack utility.
    • Option 2 - Create a personal set of recovery media. For Windows 7 and XP use the HP Recovery Manager to create a recovery image on either a DVD or an 8 GB USB flash drive). For XP, use Roxio BackOn Track to create a recovery image.
    • Option 3 - One-time purchase of the Recovery USB recovery key.
    The USB Recovery key can be purchased from the HP web site. The USB key is larger than normal thumb drive. HP can ship only one USB recovery key per unit.

    Nov 25, 2010 | HP Mini 210-1030NR Netbook

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    How do I format the laptop? There is function key that does it?


    Restore the pc to its original condition with HP Recovery Manager if computer can boot to the Windows desktop. Launch the Recovery manager
    Note:Before doing recovery try to back up the important data like pictures and documents.
    1.Click Start and enter Recovery in the search field. Select Recovery Manager from the list when it becomes available. Allow the action to continue, if prompted. The HP Recovery Manager opens.
    Alternately, click Start , All Programs , Recovery Manager , and then Recovery Manager . Allow the action to continue, if prompted. The HP Recovery Manager opens.
    1.Click Advanced options , System recovery , and then click Next . The PC will restart and reopen the recovery manager.
    Alternately, if Advanced options is disabled, click Next , and then System Recovery . The PC will restart.
    1.When the PC restarts, select the System recovery option and click Next .
    1.If prompted to use the Microsoft System Restore program, click No , and then click Next .
    1.When prompted, select the Back up your files first (recommended) option, and then click Next . Follow the on-screen instructions.
    1.When prompted to Recover without backing up your files , please STOP before clicking Next .
    WARNING: This is the final opportunity to change your mind about recovering the PC and deleting all the files and programs. Once you click Next , the restore process cannot be stopped
    1.If you are satisfied that you want to begin the recover process, click Next . The PC immediately begins formatting the hard drive and destroying all data.
    The recovery process may take up to several hours and will return the PC to its original condition. Any custom settings, drivers, software programs and updates, and/or hardware updates are lost and must be reinstalled.
    If the PC cannot launch into Windows, it may still be possible to use the HP Recovery Manager on the hard drive to restore the computer to its original operating condition. The Recovery Manager can be launched during the start up process by following the steps below.
    1. Press the Power button to start the PC, and then press the f11 key when the standard BIOS prompts are displayed on the black screen. NOTE: Pressing the f11 key during the startup on a computer with an HP factory image will start the system recovery process even if the prompt is not displayed.
      • If the HP Recovery Manager can access the recovery partition on the hard drive, a prompt to backup the user files before beginning the recovery is displayed. Follow any on-screen instructions.
      • If the HP Recovery Manager cannot access the hard drive to fix any system errors, you will need to use the personalized recovery disc that you created to recover the hard drive to its original condition.
      • If you have not created the personalized recovery disc, or the discs are corrupted, you can order a replacement recovery disc from HP.
    2. When the Recovery Manager starts, follow the instructions.

    Aug 14, 2010 | HP Pavilion dv2000t Notebook

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    Recovery disc


    Hi,

    To create an Acer recovery Disk from the computer follow the below mentioned steps:

    Click Start Menu> All Programs> Acer erecovery management> Under it select the option to create Recovery Disk

    Aug 02, 2010 | Acer Aspire One PC Notebook

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    Restore factory settings to acer aspire laptop


    Restore and recovery
    The restore and recovery features allow you to restore or recover the system
    from a factory default image, from a user created image, or from previously
    created CD and DVD backups. You can also reinstall applications and drivers for
    your Acer system.
    1 Press <Alt> + <F10> or select Acer eRecovery Management from the
    Empowering Technology toolbar to start Acer eRecovery Management.
    2 Switch to the restore and recovery page by selecting the Restore button.
    3 Select the backup point you would like to restore from. You can also
    choose to recover the system from a factory default image, recover from a
    previously created CD/DVD or reinstall applications and drivers.
    4 Follow the instructions on screen to complete the process

    Jul 15, 2010 | Acer Aspire 5050-3242 Notebook

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    My pc is lock .my dauther try to many password


    Some times the CAPS Lock key may be on, so please make sure that the CAPS Lock key is off.

    If the issue still exists, I request you to perform the full system recovery using the recovery disks. To perform this full system recovery, you can use the recovery disks that you have created using the recovery partition.
    Use the recovery discs to restore the PC by following the steps below:
    1. Insert the recovery disc in the optical disc drive and start the computer.
    If the computer is running, insert the recovery disc and immediately click Start and select Restart to force the computer to start from the recovery disc.
    2. When prompted, Press any key to boot from CD or DVD, press any key on the keyboard.
    3. Allow the recovery disc to start and load the required files while the Microsoft loading screen is displayed. It may take several minutes to load the required files.
    4. When the HP Recovery Manager window displays, click Advanced options , System recovery , and then click Next to open the Recovery Manager.
    5. Follow the on-screen instructions and perform the required actions.
    NOTE: Do not interrupt the recovery process even though the computer may restart and the Windows desktop may display at various times.
    · When prompted, follow the on-screen instructions to Backup the user files.
    After performing the backup, when prompted, re-insert the recovery disc, and then click Next to continue the recovery process.
    · A status box is displayed to indicate the status of the recovery and the estimated time remaining.
    · If you used multiple discs when you created the personalized recovery discs, follow the prompts to remove the first disc and insert any requested discs.
    6. When prompted to Insert the Supplemental driver disc , take one of the following actions:
    · If you purchased a replacement recovery disc from HP, and it included a Supplemental driver disc, insert the disc and click OK or Next . The recovery program checks the supplemental disc and installs the specific needed files.
    After the Supplemental files are installed, a prompt is displayed to remove the Supplemental disc and insert the original recovery disc.
    · If you purchased a replacement recovery disc from HP, and it did not include a Supplemental driver disc, click Skip or Cancel . The recovery program will ignore the request and install the next file on the recovery disc.
    · If you created a personal recovery disc, press Next to continue.
    7. Continue following the on-screen instructions to complete the recovery process.
    NOTE: If you have not created a personal recovery disc, or the recovery disc fails or become corrupted, see HP Notebook PCs - Order Recovery Discs for Vista as your notebook is preinstalled with Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium with Service Pack 1.
    For detailed steps you can refer the provided web link:
    http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&docname=c00809678&product=18703
    NOTE: Clicking the above link may give an error indicating that it is invalid. If this occurs, copy the link and paste it on the address bar in your browser until the complete address is displayed in the Address box.
    If you do not have the recovery disks you can order these recovery disks from the local HP phone support. Please use the provided phone number to contact the local HP phone support.
    Phone number: 800-474-6836

    May 29, 2010 | HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook

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    How do I do a full recovery with the disc


    Turn your computer on.

    Insert the Disk and choose to enter BIOS, should be F2 but watch the screen to see the right function key.

    Change the boot device order to: CD-ROM, HDD in that order.

    Save changes and restart the computer.

    The Recovery Disk would boot up and a wizard will guide you through the recovery process.

    Follow the instructions to recover your computer.

    Apr 03, 2010 | Acer Aspire 3050-1733 Notebook

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    I have an Acer Aspire 5720, ive had it for a year now and it is starting to slow down. I have lost the booklet to it and i need to do a master reset on it. Ive already backed everything up im just finding...


    This was taken straight out of the manual for your model, which can be found here.

    Acer eRecovery Management
    Acer eRecovery Management is a tool to quickly backup and restore the system.
    You can create and save a backup of the current system configuration to hard
    disk, CD or DVD. You can also backup/restore the factory default image, and
    reinstall applications and drivers.

    Acer eRecovery Management consists of the following functions:

    1 Create backup
    2 Burn backup disc
    3 Restore and recovery

    This chapter will guide you through each process.
    Note: This feature is only available on certain models. For systems
    that do not have a built-in optical disc burner, plug in an external
    optical disc burner before entering Acer eRecovery Management
    for optical disc-related tasks.

    When using Acer eRecovery Management, you may be prompted to enter the
    Empowering Technology password to proceed. The Empowering Technology
    password is set using the Empowering Technology toolbar or when first running
    Acer eLock Management or Acer eRecovery Management.

    Create backup

    You can easily create full and fast (incremental) backup images of your system
    configuration to hard disk from the main Acer eRecovery Management screen.
    Note: Fast (incremental) Backup is only available after a Full
    Backup is made.

    1 Press <Alt> + <F10> or select Acer eRecovery Management from the
    Empowering Technology toolbar to start Acer eRecovery Management.
    2 In the Acer eRecovery Management window, select the type of backup you
    want to create using Full or Fast.
    3 Follow the instructions on screen to complete the process.
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    Burn backup disc
    Using the Burn Disc page of Acer eRecovery Management, you can burn the
    factory default image, a user backup image, the current system configuration,
    or an application backup image to CD or DVD.
    1 Press <Alt> + <F10> or select Acer eRecovery Management from the
    Empowering Technology toolbar to start Acer eRecovery Management.
    2 Switch to the Burn Disc page by selecting the Burn Disc button.
    3 Select the type of backup (factory default, user, current system,
    application) you would like to burn to disc. Choosing to burn a user backup
    will burn your most recently created backup image to disc.
    4 Follow the instructions on screen to complete the process.
    Note: Create a factory default image when you want to burn a
    bootable disc that contains your computer's entire operating
    system as it was delivered to you from the factory. If you wish to
    have a disc that will allow you to browse the contents and install
    selected drivers and applications, create an application backup
    image instead — this disc will not be bootable.

    Restore and recovery

    The restore and recovery features allow you to restore or recover the system
    from a factory default image, from a user created image, or from previously
    created CD and DVD backups. You can also reinstall applications and drivers for
    your Acer system.
    1 Press <Alt> + <F10> or select Acer eRecovery Management from the
    Empowering Technology toolbar to start Acer eRecovery Management.
    2 Switch to the restore and recovery page by selecting the Restore button.
    3 Select the backup point you would like to restore from. You can also
    choose to recover the system from a factory default image, recover from a
    previously created CD/DVD or reinstall applications and drivers.
    4 Follow the instructions on screen to complete the process.

    Dec 20, 2009 | Acer Aspire 5720 Notebook

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    My hpdv6000 recovery got stuck at 98% and showed 5 mins remaining then after 15-30 mins it moved to 99% and still showing 5mins! its been 30 mins no action seems its stuck. I started the process by going...


    Hello Humanold,

    Please check the following recovery steps:

    Full recovery by using recovery partition:

    1. Reboot the notebook PC.
    2. Keep tapping F11 when the Compaq logo displays.
    3. When the Recovery Manager appears, click Next.
    4. When prompted to use the Microsoft System Restore program, select No and click Next.
    5. When prompted to use the System Recovery, select Yes and click Next.
    6. Select the option to perform the recovery without backing up files and click Next.
    7. Upon completion of the process, recovery will display "The PC Recovery was successfully completed".
    The recovery process will return your PC to the factory image.

    Full recovery by using recovery disks:

    1. Open the disc drive door and turn off the PC.
    2. Insert the first Recovery disc in the disc drive and close the door.
    3. Press the power button to turn on the PC.
    4. The HP Recovery Manager window appears during the boot process.
    If the HP Recovery Manager can access the hard drive, a prompt is displayed to backup the user files before continuing the recovery.
    If the HP Recovery Manager cannot access the hard drive to fix the system errors, the HP Recovery Manager will overwrite all the data and reconfigure the entire hard drive to its original condition.

    5. Follow the prompts to insert any additional recovery discs in the disc drive.

    Sep 10, 2008 | HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook

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