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It could be that you have a virus in your master boot record.
The following iso listed below. It is the latest version of the
Kaspersky rescue disk. You need to burn it to a CD with a program like
Imgburn (Which is also FREE like the iso file). Then you need to boot
from the CD and run the scanner. It should fix you right up.
Normally you want to boot from the CD/DvD drive 1st then the Hard Drive 2nd. This is the best way because if the hard drive ever goes bad you can put a operating system disc or repair disc into the drive and boot from it.
Just be careful that when you boot the computer you don't have a music cd or movie dvd in the drive otherwise you might get an error messages saying unbootable device.
That cursor is the way in which the BIOS of the laptop is telling you that Windows is completely corrupted and unbootable. You will need to reinstall it so use the recovery cd that came with the laptop.
Good day. This error message is a result of a couple of possible problems, corrupted operating system (need to reinstall or repair operating system), unbootable media (trying to boot from an unbootable hard disk or cd drive or USB device), defective hard disk or improperly installed hard disk (check cables). Good Day.
This means your computer is trying to boot from an unbootable source, try the recovery again (it might have not ended successfully last time and rendered the HD unbootable), be sure there are no other CDs or floppys or usb drives attached to the computer.
Hi mike, All you need is to borrow an original cd and do the repair. It will work 100% sure. Be sure to use the same version of cd like windows xp home or windows xp professional. Also use you original windows product key You can run the command below and check works. It will repair windows errors. All you need to do is to boot with a cd xp an select repair options by pressing r. then type the command below
Type in chkdsk /r/f
you will be prompted to dismantle the volume click yes Ok Cheers uttam
Either you have a defective cable now or the LED board that the lights are on are bad.
You can try another cable exactly like the one that came with your Acer or call acer and get the part number for the LED board. It will cost you some money but it shouldn't be much, less then $100 for sure.
Ask them for a cable as well to make sure your getting the right one as well that way you take care of both ends.
Here is the number for Acer Support, you can explain to them the problem and tell them you need the ribbon cable and the led board and what would the cost be to purchase them. The number is: 1-866-608-2237