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If your Acer came with restore CD's than load it into you're CD-ROM drive & boot to it. From factory there is either a small partition on you're drive D:\ Stored on the D:\ are files that are used when running Restore. You will not damage you're notebook. You should go to Acer & download any new drivers for you're Acer model. After download & uncompress if they are not .exe's. Burn to a CD or DVD. Go ahead & format than reinstall you're windows.
Other items you might want to back up to CD/DVD is personal data, address book, my documents folder. Identities folder, favorites folder & desktop folder.
Posted on May 02, 2008
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