In this case you may need to contact the manufacturer. Posted on Feb 09, 2011 There are two ways to reset the Acer Aspire 5315 notebook to factory setting which also means to reset it to the original setting. If the recovery gone crazy every time you do it, I would think that the recovery partition itself is already corrupted, not too sure though. I copied the above from an Acer manual, and it works on my own system, which is not the same model as yours. Start hitting the key s when the Acer or whatever make logo appears and keep hitting until what you want to load comes up.
However, there is no way for you to get another copy of Windows Vista from them; they only provide the recovery disk. This process will erase all data from your hard disk and reset your Acer one to original factory settings. Could you give me a little more detail where I could find that file? You will be asked to enter the password before the System Restore starts. Can someone suggest any way that I can fix it? Will unzipping and running the exe files in that one install the eRecovery Management? Tapping the F10 has worked and the computer is currently restoring itself. It will not fix crashes caused by hardware issue. No idea what is wrong. I expect that would have cost me at least £100.
Simply click 'Backup ' in 'Acer eRecovery Management ' window. Just follow the instructions to continue. Is there anyway to get this computer back to factory settings, through the ghosted operating system? Restore your saved files from the flash drive. See Customized Restore with Acer Recovery Management on page 31. I am not too sure but most of the time driver is not needed unless your hard disk configuration is a special one.
Now my computer is back. I thought I would start over and try to get into recovery mode, but the alt+f10 is not getting me to the recovery mode. Rgds, Taylor Hi, I have a major problem. Ive put the hd back in. Reboot the netbook when you are prompted. Do you have any other suggestions? Step 1: Before starting your Acer Aspire One laptop, ensure that there is no external storage device attached to it. Maybe you have had performance problems with your laptop, a virus, malware, or you just want to sell it and remove all your programs, files, passwords, and other sensitive information.
Otherwise, Restore system to factory default is the best option you can get. Moreover are the drivers already present in the machine or i have to collect it from somewhere else? Selecting this option will first see the Acer eRecovery System tries to restore the system from the hidden partition, then you have to restart the computer to initiate the Windows setup. Strange, because your Windows boot drive should be the C: unless you customize the drive letter yourself. It is very important to keep the power source on throughout the whole process or else it will give weird results. A message will warn you that you will lose all data on the partition. This may take a few minutes and can disable the keyboard and mouse to ensure system stability.
Any help would be much appreciated. Hi Suresh, By saying a black screen, do you still see the startup screen perhaps a Acer logo or something similar or it is totally in black? The setup will eventually finish and your Windows will be ready to use. Is there any other place to get them? During the launch, Acer eRecovery Management will ask you to create a password for saving files. You can probably initiate the recovery using it. Be careful, be absolutely sure this is what you want to do, and go ahead and do it. I suspect I need to load drivers but no idea what I need. Please backup your all data to an external hard drive.
Your system should boot to a blue screen that says Choose an option. Or will it mess up my system? Copy the current system configuration to disc copies the current system to the optical disc. Not sure how I can help more. Rgds, Taylor Acer 5532 laptop — trying to use eRecovery. Thanks for your time and hopefully you can help. A big Thank You from my daughter and myself.
The Acer Aspire includes a utility, called Acer eRecovery Management, that reformats and reinstalls the Windows operating system. Oh, I almost forgot to tell you that I just got the computer back from Acer-they installed a new hard drive and told me that they are not responsible form software problems. A recent hardware or software change might have caused this. Let me know if it helps. But I did what you said about the alt-10, yes I had to do it a couple of times. Now wait while your Acer Aspire 4315 is reset to factory settings.
As I mentioned, try the Alt+F10 combination for a few more times holding Alt, then keep pressing F10 , it might just work. Turn off your computer completely. Use can use this laptop to do heavy works like Photoshop, After Effects etc. When this option is selected, insert the first disc of the backup in the optical drive. Thank u my guy for sharing your experi and it has worked for me.
You should have three or more options available. On the Acer eRecovery Management, Click on the Restore System to Factory Default. Confirm System Restore when prompted. I have a question about upgrading the laptop Acer to Windows 7 Home Professional. Restore using Acer eRecovery Management Step 01. If you have any trouble during the restoring process, feel free to contact us! It will uninstall all programs on your computer but won't touch other files. Waiting your comments, thanks from Spain.