Question about Acer Aspire 5500 5570-2609 Laptop
If this is a boot manager is missing on boot it could deal with either a bad Hard drive or system files/registry corruption on boot. An easy way to get your files is use a BDE program that can view your files off your computer without physically loggin into windows. Second way to do it is take your hard drive out and put it into an external enclosure and access your data that way. If you can get into DOS or command try to type in FIXMBR that fixes the master boot record and could sometimes fix the boot issues. After you get your Data I would recommend Running a program called DFT, its free and you can google it and burn it to a cd and boot off of it. This program will test your hard drive and if it passes a full advanced test then you have no hardware problems and should continue to perform an Operating system Install or Full system recovery with factory supplied disks. Hope this helps your question.
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
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