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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Blank sreen after bios update
Update BIOS with Boot Block Error Code/Beep:
Definitions Error Beeps Error Code (Port 80H)
BIOS updated successfully. 2L-1S-1L F1h
The BIOS file size is not equal to the BIOS ROM size; wrong BIOS file. 1L-1S F1h
The BIOS file can't be read; it is defective. 1L-2S F2h
The model ID is mismatched; wrong BIOS file. 3S F3h
The BIOS ROM has failed to be erased. Try to flash again. 2L-1S E1h
The BIOS ROM has failed to be programmed. Try to flash again. 2L-2S E2h
No diskette, or cannot locate the BIOS file.
Try to use a new formatted diskette and copy the BIOS file again. 2S D1h
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
Download Unetbootin on your windows machine and use it to load the recovery disk on to a usb drive. plug the usb into the AA1 and boot. While it's booting hit the f12 key this will bring up boot choices. Select the usb drive and away you go. And please remember to have it plugged in. Or ask around and borrow a portable CD-Rom. During boot you will see the screen ask you to select f12 to select a boot option.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
i have a problem with my software... i need an installer drive for my acer notebook model zg5 please help me regarding to my problem please i need your immediate response
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
Does your laptop get past the startup screen? If not, then I doubt it's the graphics card driver that needs to be installed...I worked on an Acer One netbook a while ago and I found out that the wireless card was the problem. I took it out and the laptop worked fine ever since. I think I've read somewhere that Acer One's have a problem with their wireless cards. Though, it is a pain taking out the wireless card since you have to completely disassemble your laptop.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
Before you start you will need the following:
2. Complete the setup. The program will start automatically once you have finished.
3. Plug your pen drive into the computer and backup anything important from it as we are going to format it.
4. In the WinSetupFromUSB-0.1.1 window: click Refresh next the USB selection box. The USB pen you have just plugged in should now be visible in the drop down menu. Select it.
5. Insert your XP CD or mount an XP CD Image.
6. In the WinSetupFromUSB-0.1.1 window: click Browse, next to the Windows 2000/XP/2003 Source box, and navigate to the location of the XP Install CD.
7. Now click the PE2USB button.
8. Now Tick the Enable Disk Format box under Format Options and Tick Quick Format and Enable LBA (FAT16X). Also make sure that Enable File Copy is not ticked.
9. Click Start. Click Yes when the pop up asks if you wish to continue. Click Yes again when the pop up asks you if you are sure you wish to continue. When you get the Completed successfully message click OK and close PEtoUSB.
10. In the WinSetupFromUSB-0.1.1 window: Click GO. The Program will now create a bootable windows XP install on your USB pen drive.
11. Click agree to the “SYSINTERNALS SOFTWARE LICENSE TERMS” pop up.
12. Click OK to the “This is Important” pop up.
13. The creation process is now complete: Take the newly formatted USB Pen and place it in the USB port of the target computer and turn it on.
NOTE: You must now read carefully what pops up on the screen as it will provide you with the hot-key (keyboard shortcut key) that, when pressed, triggers access to the BIOS. It is usually something like F1, F2, Delete or Escape.
14. Navigate the BIOS with the keyboard and find the section that contains your boot devices. With your USB drive plugged in, the USB drive should be listed. If it isn’t, your system might not support booting from USB.
15. Assuming that it is supported (as is the case with virtually all modern hardware), promote your USB drive to the primary boot device.
16. Exit from the BIOS configuration, saving all changes.
17. The computer will now reboot. Assuming that you have successfully compiled the bootable USB XP install and that you have successfully selected the USB device to be booted first in the bios a screen should appear which reads Windows 2000/XP/2003 Setup – First and Second Parts . Press Enter. You will now be presented with 2 options. Select Option 1 (first part) for the first stage of the installation process.
18. When the first stage setup completes and system reboots select Windows 2000/XP/2003 Setup – First and Second Parts, then Option 2 (second part) for the second stage of the setup.
DO NOT REMOVE THE USB PEN FROM USB PORT UNTIL YOU SEE THE WINDOWS START MENU
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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