Question about Acer Aspire One PC Notebook
See if you can get into "safe mode" by continually tapping "f8" . If you are saavy you can try to use a restore point or getting the propeller hat on you can use a repair disk. You do not have to overwrite your data but if you have everything backed up, The "nuclear option" is to tap alt-f10 and use the eRecovery software that should still be intact. Alternatively.. Try to see if you can find where in the boot process you are failing. If you have a repair disk for your OS (winXP?) and you have not backed up your data , find a friend who can help you through the sometimes tedious process.
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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