Question about Acer Aspire 5500 5570-2609 Laptop
How do i access the recovery tool
If you have the operating system CD then boot from that and if it is a Windows retail cd then you will have several options. If it is a recovery cd then the only option might require a complete format and reinstall. Pressing F12 will give you a one time list of boot options. Some machines like Compaq use F10 for recovery. Look for the boot options on the lower part of the screen at boot. If only a blue screen appears initially then try pressing F2, F1 or Delete right after the first beep. If there is no beep then make sure all drives are empty, all peripherals disconnected. Blue screen means that you have a display. Beep codes are listed in the manual or on the BIOS manufacture's website. Faulty RAM can cause this problem as well. Try reseating the RAM. More details will get you more help if these tips do not resolve the issue. Best wishes to you.
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