BSOD - Error: 0x0000c1f5- Can't Recover Using CD
Please help! Katie Hoping you might be able to help. Also, your CD-ROM drive might be faulty, or your CDs are not bootable, or your CD-ROM drive might be slightly loose (push it in, those dvs have modular drives that can Rgds, Taylor Nathan says: January 31, 2012 at 5:55 AM In step 3 of that link you offered http://www.ehow.com/how_5838444_reset-acer-erecovery-password.html I dont have a partition thats only about 10 gb with no But before that, please make sure you have already make a backup of the important files, especially those sit in your C drive, since the system restore will clean up your this contact form
Ctl+Alt+Del would still open up task manager/log screen but unable to do anything else. I tried f10 and the boot manager shows my operating system as acer erecovery. Your third alternative is to put an alternative OS on there-like Ubuntu Linux. Cem John, the recovery partition only includes the Windows installation CD's, device drivers and some utilities If you turn off (or power outage, unfortunately) your computer during the Windows setup, you can end up with a corrupted installation and you might have to do the system restore
Indeed, the error is a bit frustrating considering that Acer Aspire One doesn't have a CD ROM. Unfortunately the Aspire auto restore only recognizes FAT32. Use "ls" to verify that it has been deleted. (You should see the same listing as in Step 6 except the $TxfLog folder is now missing.) 9. Gparted says that there is a partition labelled as "Recovery" on the HDD, but how do I make use of it?
I eRecovery, I click on "Restore system to factory defaults", my computer re-starts and nothing is reset. You must log in to post a comment. « Windows Vista Recovery Disc Download Gateway MX8741 NoteBook » Photo of the day Meta Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS WordPress.org Recent Reply Jennie Exell (@jenexell) says: August 6, 2011 at 7:17 AM BTW… Just to explain why pre-boot commands (like the alt + f10 you show above) don't always work first time. When I boot up laptop it goes thru the listing motions then acts like it is going to load win the lil win bar even shows up at bottom scrolls for
I then tried to boot Vista as I normally would from the HDD but it just took me to the Tech Guys recovery options. Do men and women have the same number of genes? No prompt box telling me anything. The recovery process will likely delete those files.
If a system restore doesn't help in your Acer computer problem, contact the seller or Acer support. The recovery disks can't either. On the Empowering Technology setting there is system recovery and a option called restore factory settings. Now I am looking to sell the machine because of getting a new MAC Book and have no way of setting the Acer back to factory defaults.
I would like to share what I faced to help more people as much as this site help me. I have erecovery on my laptop but I need a password and the previous owner has changed it from the original password and never told me & I no longer have The folks who make and maintain this disc do a helluva good job… it has saved my bacon more than once. I have checked and the recovery is still there in hidden partition.
This hidden partition contained the original copy of your Windows and factory configuration, which is not accessible (at least not in a direct way) within Windows, and it will only be weblink Rgds, Taylor Reply AKRE says: February 6, 2012 at 5:00 AM Hello Taylor, thank you. If he can write a set of recovery discs from it, can i use his recovery discs to reinstall Windows XP on my new hdd? However, if you have a recovery Windows disc from Acer, then you can use it to restore without problem.
thanks!!! Use "ls" to verify that it has been deleted. 6. "cd /", "umount /mnt/windows", and "init 6" to reboot, removing the CD when appropriate. old Acer Aspire Vista Laptop? navigate here I am not too sure but possibly you can try again for a few more times on Alt+F10 to call the eRecovery system.
Do I need other drivers or is the driver file I used the wrong one. The restore set it back to SP1 so presumably this was the only installed service pack when it crashed. Before I do that my next step is that I am going to remove the Hard Drive and put it into a Sata USB Enclosure and see if I can access
All the options bring me to the screen that says Windows Boot Manager - Status 0xc00000e9, Info: "Windows failed to load because the system registry file is missing, or corrupt." I
Check it out.) So, here's an overview of how I fixed my system. Could this be a Boot or Bios Virus?I welcome any and all suggestions. 8 answers Last reply Jun 1, 2010 More about boot compaq pavilion vista bsod aford10Feb 11, 2010, 7:59 Another method could be to buy a USB enclosure for the HDD and plug that in to retrieve the files. Your cache administrator is webmaster.
After the restoration process was completed, it restarted and a screen comes displaying ‘windows is updating registry settings' and after that a screen comes displaying ‘setup is starting services' after that Safe mode does not work either. I would like to set up my laptop the way my desktop is. his comment is here I have been to the acer website but could not find any drivers related to controllers so am confused now.
Also a Windows XP installed on a second hard drive just to show it could be done.:happy: Pillars of Creation, Feb 22, 2011 #5 Tubob New Member Joined: Feb 20, 2011