Question about Acer Aspire T160 (AST160UA3400) PC Desktop
If you are able to boot into Windows, you can create a system recovery CD using the settings that your T160 had when it was shipped to you. Alternatively, you may just to reinstall all the applications and drivers your system was shipped with. You can find Acer's instructions on how to perform these tasks at the bottom of page 24 (page 15) of the following document: http://bit.ly/ftB7M2 (Create factory default image CD)
If you are unable to boot into Windows, you will have to contact Acer about getting a recovery CD. They may be able to provide you one for free if you are under warranty, otherwise you will have to pay.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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