Acer eRecovery Facts
1.At the Acer splash screen, you can press Alt and F10 (at the same time you would press F2 to enter the BIOS) to bring up a DOS style version of eRecovery.
•It is possible to reload from the factory style CDs/DVD or the snapshots that the Windows version of eRecovery creates.
2.In Windows there is 3 ways to access the eRecovery feature.
•When a system is new it should automatically open this application and prompt you to make the recovery media.
3.The Windows version of the eRecovery program is more robust then the Dos Version. Listed below are the different features of the Windows version:Recovery Settings: Create backup files and Change Password
1.The system is able to make a CD/DVD image of the current state of the notebooks software including customer installed programs.2.This CD/DVD is usable in the Windows and DOS version of the program. 3.The disk should be bootable but isn't always. 4.When a snapshot is made the image resides on the D: partition and then may be burned to disks if eRecovery is told to.
1.You can create 3-7 CD's or 1-2 DVD's like the ones that were sent with units prior to eRecovery.2.The burned CD's are equal in usage to the System CD and Recovery CD's.
1.This is how you delete the snapshot images on the D: partition
1.Recovery actions: Recover your system using an existing backup file or Restore your system's factory default configuration. 2.Backup using one of the snapshots that has been made or by the factory image on the D: partition.
•If the system is reloaded using the DOS version you will retain the eRecovery functionality.
Well... as far as my experience goes..the recovery process has to be done in continuation.
I ma running out of ideas about this problem and will opt out so that other experts can help you further on this.
Ok thanks anyway.