i am trying to get a laptop that won't boot into erecovery (using alt+F10 it gets to it and then just says 'please wait a moment' and it sticks at this point. THe laptop is an acer extensa 5235 and i do not have any recovery discs - it wont start in safe mode or anthing..
i have a acer 5235 laptop with windows 7 installed with a recovery partition , it wont boot windows it gets to the logo screen and then i get the blue screen of death ?? it wont boot into dos from usb or boot anything from a cd or even boot into debugging mode or safe mode or any directory mode , it just seems any slight trace of windows and it wont boot?
I have an acer laptop and i get a screen that says partition 3 also too. I can get to erecovery management and nothing seems to load on the left hand side do I need to wait for it to come on and if so how long does that take and how long does a partition3 take. How do I remove the password when I hit f2.
I have an acer netbook, It was giving to as a reward from school. I wanted to re-image my computer and put Windows Xp on it, but the problem is I can not go into the settings such as, the boot login or the F2 option because when it was giving to me that same individual put a Bios password. remove the Bios password so I can enter the F2 option to re-image my netbook?
Acer 4630 Keeps going to other user.i try F8 and i get a list of what to do iv tried most of them and they all bring me to login on "other user".i dont have a password for this.when i type something random it says "The specified Domain either does not exist or could not be contacted.
I have an Acer Extensa 5620 laptop, which came with an Intel Core 2 Duo Merom T5250 processor (1.5GHz). I'm upgrading the CPU to a Core 2 Duo Penryn T8300 (2.4GHz). Did a bit of research beforehand to determine that my mothorboard supports it, and it does, but only if I upgrade my BIOS (PhoenixBIOS) from version 1.16 to 1.23 or later. So I downloaded the most recent version from Acer's website (Acer Europe - Service & Support, Drivers & Utilities, Downloads, Notebook, Extensa 5620), and got a .zip file containing the following files:
It seems there are several options in this download for flashing ones BIOS. The simplest one, from a bit of googling seems to be to run CLB-135.EXE as administrator from within windows. Before I do this though, I want to know if I've got everything right, since a failed flashing could brick my laptop.One thing that sets off alarm bells is that doing it this way uses the winflash32 utility. Although my laptop came with 32 bit Vista, I'm currently using 64 bit Windows 7. My question is: will this work? Or will I need to track down winflash64? Or, is this a terrible way to flash my BIOS and should I do something else completely?
I have syskey on my windows 7 machine and i forget the password.Please is there any way i can bypass or remove the password because i don't want to format the machine.If not i will lose my notes, project work etc.