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SYSTEM RECOVERY i treied every (F) but none has leaded me to the recovery system, just to blue screen , i even started the pc by clicking every time one (F).

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  • poolrio Jul 07, 2008

    ok, this is the steps i do

    pc turned on,

    acer logo page appears with fe to bios .

    i press f2

    (my instructions book says that recovery without cd is as follow :

    1 checheck to see if acer disk-to-disc recovery is enabeled or not.

    2 make sure the 2d2 recovery setting in main is enabeled.

    3 exit the bios utility and save changes. the system will reboot.

    to start recovery process:

    1 restart the system.

    2 while the acer logo is showing , press + at the same time to enter the recovery process.



    wich is i did and no system recovery appears and it start normal till the blue screen : stop:0x000000ed ............... .



    thank u for helping me .

  • verney160 Nov 28, 2008

    I got the same problem. But that's because i wanted to upgrade my laptop to 4GB RAM. I get the blue screen because my motherboard doesn't support 4GB RAM. If u had just installed new hardware check if your motherboard is compatible with the new hardware if it's not compatible then u can't use it. If this is the case u should buy new hardware which is compatible with the motherboard. In my case I only had the choice to leave the 1 GB of RAM and just add 2GB extra. I can only use 3GB RAM on my laptop.


  • Thomas Van Tress
    Thomas Van Tress May 11, 2010

    I am sorry to say but it appears that your problem is beyond my expertise. You may want to think about one of two things. Purchasing an operating system disk or seeking the aid of a local computer specialist. I wish you luck



    Tom

  • Thomas Van Tress
    Thomas Van Tress May 11, 2010

    Does the computer, when you turn it on, go through a quick diagnostic by checking all of the drives and installed software and such. Just prior to that coming up it, believe me it is very quick and you have to look for it, the computer will flash an option of pressing one of the F keys to enter into the bios page or sometimes it will offer another F key to start the system recovery. You should be able to access the system recovery by going through the bios page as well. Once it goes past this page, it automatically tries to boot windows. Do you have any recovery disks or possibly a Windows Boot disk? Let me know if this helps.

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Have an acer AC713 and want to get to system restore, what f key do i use? thanks

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