Question about Acer Aspire 5100 Notebook
You can't. You interrupted the process before completion, and therefore you may have lost any or all data, and possibly corrupted the operating system. You can try to start the machine, if it will allow you, and run a system restore to the latest date available. This may get the system back to the point where you began the interrupted restore, but most likely you will have to reinstall the entire operating system.
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
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Restart your ASUS laptop and press the "F9" key while the computer is booting up. This will open the boot screen. Select "Recover Windows to Entire HD" and press "Enter."
Press "Y" three times when asked if you are sure that you want to restore. The laptop will restore the factory settings. The computer will then shut down and start up again.
Approve the license agreement, then select your "Language preference." Enter your name into the box and click "Next."
Enter your password twice on the next screen and select "Next." Enter the time zone and date information, then select "Next." Select "Finish" on the next screen and the computer will reboot.
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