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If you replaced with a brand new HD then there are no files for the computer to read and boot from. You really have two choices, contact the vendor of the computer and see if they will offer you a set of the original installation disks. If not, you will have to go buy a new "operating system" set of disks ex: Windows 8 disks. You will not have any of the information you stored before as it was all on your old hard drive. However, in rare cases, a pulled hard drive that was unable to boot can be READ as an external drive. You can buy an external case for it and plug it into an operating computer and perhaps retrieve your files. You will not be able to transfer any programs. Just files like photos word processing etc.
there,s no need to format ur computer
u can repair to get rid of the problem u r having, n if u don want to do this then -u can download ur driver by downloadin it from website just write the name of the model of ur motherboard and download it .
The computer battery needs to be replaced. The computer is missing its BIOS settings, which are stored on the computer battery on the motherboard. It's about the size of a nickel, and pops out easily. Take it to your favorite computer store and get a new one - about $8.
what you can actually do is just jump start the computer.... get a paperclip,(hold on to it)look were the power button is connected on the motherboard "u must open the case" its covering two pins... now what you can do is take that off get the paperclip(make shure you actually make it conductable) and "connect or shory" those two pins together... ill update pictures for more details later
when you touched the back panel are your feet set onto the floor barefoot? don't try that anyway. but if you're wearing a sort of insulation then most cases the slight current is normal to a PC. See your power cable if you're using a 3pole plug with the one in the middle as your ground. That middle terminal for ground is suppose to earth ground, if that is effectively connected then you should not have that "shock". Therefore check your grounding if it is properly connected.
You can try "Ctrl+Alt+Esc"; Additionally, to restore Acer BIOS - press and hold the F10 key while powering on; Others you can try are: F1, F2, Esc, Del & F10 On some really old machines: CTRL + ALT + INS CTRL + ALT + ENTER CTRL + ALT + S PAGE UP KEY PAGE DOWN KEY
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