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Hello! i have an 7525 aspire. i try to restore, but i got a D2D32 type mismatch. Hope you can help me :-) best regard Jørgen Madsen- denmark

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A couple of things to try in the bios:

1. try changing the SATA mode to IDE for the restore and then back to AHCI mode after it was complete

2. Enable disk to disk recovery mode: To enable disk-to-disk recovery (hard disk recovery), activate the BIOS utility,
then select Main from the categories listed at the top of the screen. Find D2D
Recovery at the bottom of the screen and use the <F5> and <F6> keys to set this
value to Enabled.

Posted on Jul 11, 2009

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1. try changing the SATA mode to IDE for the restore and then back to AHCI mode after it was complete

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Your best play is to restore the machine to the factory settings. To do this, power up the machine and immediately press ALT+F10. From there you will enter Acer eRecovery Management which will give you the option of returning the machine to the factory settings.

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This will erase everything you had stored on the machine!! ie data files, pictures etc...

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This a very common error. I too have suffered from this but after about 15 hours of fighting with it.. I fix it. I could not use the ALT + F10 keys as I would get the D2D32 Type Mismatch Error. So lucky me when I got my laptop from acer I made the recovery DVD's just in case. But to my suprise Booting from the DVD disk also would fail with the D2D32 Type Mismatch error. I even try maken new recovery disk with some luck. the new disk worked one time. But I started to run the recovery on disk one and when it asked for disk 2 I hit the power button thinking it would still boot, as I didnt want to wait for the recovery process to complete. So I ended up with a acer laptop with no o/s installed and was not able to use the Alt + F10 as explaned above or Boot using the recovery DVD's... so how did I fix this little set back... simple

I broke out the windows xp install Boot cd and Booted my system with that. let it run all the way to the partation/Format section on windows xp setup. I left the partation as it was and formatted it with the quick option. BE VERY CAREFUL AT THIS STEP... MAKE SURE YOU DONT FORMAT THE WRONG PARTATION THE 9 GIG OR 10 GIG IS WRONG. IT WAS DRIVE LETTER F: ON MY SYSTEM. JUST MAKE SURE IT IS DRIVE LETTER C: THAT YOU FORMAT...After it was done with the format I powerd down the system and tried to Boot from the Recovery DVD and it worked. No D2D32 Type Mismatch error. "{ But I let it finish this time around"} So to keep it simple. all you need to do is keep the partation the same, just format it and it your recovery will work. both ALT + F10 and /or the DVD"S Boot. it the ALT+F10 by chance dont work... theres a quick fix also. you need to files called MBRwrWin.exe and RTMBR2.bin and they have to be on the root of drive c:...{Root - just copy them to C: } and then from a command prompt with Adminastration {right click cmd } and type MBRwrWin install Rtmbr2.bin <Enter> ALT + F10 is now ready and fixed...


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I googled this answer from this page

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Hi I have an Acer 5920, And im wondering how i can reboot it to it's factory settings. When i try ALT F10 It comes up and i do non-disk (partian drive) but when it processes it it comes up with an erre...


Ok, the computer, when purchased should have come with a Facotry Restore CD. If it did not, then the next step would be format and reinstall the operating system. Otherwise, Once a system has been used for some time, there are so many updates that the computer has automatically downloaded that there is no way to really work around them trying to restore the system to its factory settings.

One of the other reasons why your hard drive is coming back with an error on the partion is that if the hard drive hasnt been wiped properly recently, then when it goes to seperate the drive into multiple instances (i.e different parts to the same main equipment) the computer cannot proceed because it will find little files that are stored away in those Sectors. Like DLL files that were there from previous programs. or in some cases Randomly scattered registry files.

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