Question about Acer Aspire 5100-5022 Notebook
You could try hitting the f10 key at the top of your keyboard as soon as you start the computer that should take you into factory restore to start with it looks likes its loading windows but in about a min it takes you into the option to take back to factory settings
If f10 dont work try alt\f10 or the blue fn\f10
if none of them work hit the delete key on startup and go into bios to make sure that f10 is not disabled because sometimes it is by default disabled
But be very carefull not to alter anything else in the bios or you could and probably have big problems just enable f10 0r f12 if they are disabled then hit save click yes
windows will then restart and try the f10 key again
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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