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Will not boot all the way

When I turn on the notebook, the screen giving the option to start normal or to safe mode comes up. No matter which mode I select the machine locks out and will not complete the booting up process.

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    Lacerz Jun 01, 2010

    Hello, Ill assume you are receiving a blue screen. When your laptop starts up, please press F8 continuously until menu comes up with multiple options - Choose the one that says : "Disable automatic restart on system failure" and report to me which bluescreen you have... 0x0000000A 0x0000007A 0x00000024 0x00000051 0x0000008E 0x0000007B 0x000000C1

  • jvidot Jun 02, 2010

    The problem is that when I turn on the notebook, the screen giving the option to start
    normal or to safe mode comes up. No matter which mode I select the
    machine locks out and will not complete the booting up process.The codes that show up after pressing F8 and disabling automatic restart are:

    0X00000073(0X00000001, 0XC000017D, 0X00000001, 0XF749BBB8)


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Hello,

Please restart unit and start pressing F8 continuously after the Acer Logo, and select "Disable automatic restart after power failure", then press enter. Please write down the Bluescreen code...

0x000007B
0x0000024
....

Posted on Jun 01, 2010

  • Lacerz
    Lacerz Jun 02, 2010

    Hello again,

    From what I've seen, it seems your hard drive is out of space and your system is trying to increase the pagefile and just can't do so as their is insufficient system resouce available to handle the request.

    What you CAN (not recommended to normal PC users) do is to remove the hard drive into another machine and take off huge data files like ISO images, video files and other larger files that take up space. Once this has been done and enough data has been removed from the drive, install the hard drive into the AOA150 again and try to boot.

    Last resort in this case would be a fresh re-installation, with format wipe.


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My first thought is the Hard Drive has a problem. I would pull the Hard Drive out and start the computer a few times without it. If it boots and POSTS to where you can see the white text on a black background and consistently gets to the point to where it says there is no Hard Drive present....that would point even more to a bad or corrupted hard drive.

If you have data that is not backed up, I would not attempt any further repair without pulling the info off. If you dont know how, it may be best to go to a local repair shop.

I would hook the Hard Drive up to another computer as a Slave. You can buy laptop IDE HD to USB adapters online. If it is SATA, you can just hook it up to most Desktop computers. Copy any data you need and when you are done, run a Disk Check on the HD while it is still hooked up as a slave.

If the HD is not the problem, my next thought would be the Memory. You probably have 2 sticks of RAM installed. The easiest way to test is to just take one stick out and see if it works....then repeat with the other stick.

Posted on Jun 02, 2010

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