Question about Acer Aspire M3641 Dual Core E2200 PC Desktop
Posted by Anonymous on
Unfortunately when a computer is in recovery back up / and when it is manually shut off you run the risk of damaging the hardrive / to the point where it cannot boot now.
Since you just got it. take it back and say it was defective. It the only way you will get a positive outcome from it.
WHen you turn it on listen for "clicks" in the hardrive . that would be bad signs. meaning clicks of *****/
good luck i hope everything works out.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: acer t180 boots to erecovery
Borrow any Vista install DVD and boot from it
Follow it through until you are asked if you want to install Vista or Repair your Computer
Select repair and let it do its thing - it may work
Failing that its a full reinstall by the sounds of it
If it does not offer you the initial boot option then look on the boot screen for the boot options key - probably F11 or F12 - and press that during initial boot to obtain the boot options screen
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
Help on making a bootable XP install CD for including storage device drivers (such as SATA drivers that's not included in older XP CDs):
Follow my brief instructions to make an updated XP CD.
Posted on May 15, 2009
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