Question about Acer Aspire One Netbook
You most likely will have to repair windows.
If you can, connect an external CD ROM drive to you Aspire One (I'm assuming that the Aspire One dose not have a CD Drive) and boot of the Windows XP CD. Go through the options as if you were re-installing XP and then when it detects the current installation choose the repair option. THis should fix the boot up issue.
Also you can try the "System recovery" Option. You will need to go through the owner's manual to find out how, but usually you boot up the laptop and tap the "F10" or "Alt + F10" key(s) and it will take you into the system recovery options. This will wipe out all the information that was on the disk before so use as a last resort.
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Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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