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Re: Upgrading HDD in acer ferrari
5400 to 7200 RPMs? yes, but the speed change may not be that noticable.
in cloning, it is best if you use a software, if you do this often, i'de recommend the Norton Ghost, but if this is just a one time operation, just use a safe freeware to create and image of your exsisting HDD.
here's a link you may want to look at. this is page 2, you may check pag 1 about the Ghost.
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CD/DVD drive drivers are Operating System generic drivers and need not to be installed explicitly. The CD/DVD drive drivers are installed along with the Operating System and can be reinstalled automatically at next restart, if missing.
Check in the Device Manager under the "CD/DVD drive" category if there is any device listed there and having exclamation mark. If there is any exclamation mark visible beside the CD/DVD drive name then right click on it and restart the Computer.
Restarting the Computer will reinstall the CD/DVD drive driver thus causing it to work normally.
i'll try make it simple..disconnect all input mains power
sources.."just remove or pick open the cmos battery (+3v) from the
main/mother board and resit/fit it again carefully".. configure bios again..save n exit n restart..hope it'll work.. always better to hv professional supervision, contact ur system admin/vendor....
Best is to contact Acer directly since they don't sell parts seperatly, the optical drive is easy to remove for this notebook. You can find a slide button on the lower part of your notebook that locks the optical drive in place, if you slide this button back you'll able to slide the optical drive out, no screwdrivers needed.
Have you tried viewing in a different software, as i found that acer use a form of Power DVD as their standard movie player which comes installed with the system.
Try viewing in media player for example.