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From the description the hard drive has failed or windows has corrupt files. Unplug power supply from laptop and remove main battery, press and hold power for 2 minutes to remove residual voltage. when finished install battery and power supply now power up.
sounds like your operating system is corrupted...try turning on the computer and after the initial startup screen shows(the one with the make or manufacturer) press the F8 key...this will give you a list of options...scroll down through the options(or up) till you get to the one that says "safe mode". Highlight this and press ENTER. You may or may not have another screen pop up that asks which operating system to use.(not on all machines). when you get to safe mode you can try to change whatever you did to make it stop working..sometimes the computer will stop loading the operating system if you add hardware or software...safe mode allows you to uninstall these so you can boot up your system
There might be one step you could try to restore the system to factory specifications. When you turn the laptop on, and you see the Acer splash screen, press the Alt-F10 keys together at the same time, and this should hopefully bring the Acer eRecovery system up, provided that your computer has the built-in recovery partition. If it asks for a password, try using the default of "000000". If that doesn't work, then a password has been entered into the system, and there is no way to reset it, however there is a way to find out what the password is, however it does require the use of the Ubuntu Operating System (which is free to download, here)
the next time you reboot keep on tapping the f8 key. it should bring you to the advanced options menu. from there select the option for last known good configuration. select it. if this doesnt remedy the issue you may have to reinstall windows.