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D2d recovery i cannot run d2d recovery from aspire 5610 4648. I have tried to press alt+F10 during boot up screen, but it doesn't work. Also i couldn't find acer erecovery management in acer empowering management. Any idea how to run d2d recovery, or how to copy from its hidden partition? i had my hard disk replaced. i tried installing e-recovery but the error message says this is not a d2d. how do i fix this problem.

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  • slimpoison Apr 08, 2008

    urgent

  • Mike Waldron May 11, 2010

    Hi,

    if you want this fixed fast mail me:- mickwaldron605@hotmail.com

    Mike @ compurepair.

  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2014

    Can boot up my netbook. I tried to load my system disk and recovery disk to no avail. Can't get into bios either. it keeps saying I need drivers for media installation

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You can not use erecovery and d2d if your don't have the hidden d21 partition on your harddisk. and since you have replaced your harddisk you don't have it anymore.

mail to compurepair and see if he can fix it..

rate me if you want.
CS.

Posted on May 19, 2008

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