Acer Aspire 5630 boot cd I received a few days ago, and I am trying to install the operating system. I am following all the steps in the user manual, but for some reason the operating system will not launch. I am using a formatted hard drive with Windows XP. I am able to boot to the Acer Aspire 5630 boot cd and run the setup.exe using the boot cd. When I boot from the hard drive, it goes to the first screen where the CD is selected and I can choose to remove the hard drive or install the operating system. However, when I choose the first option, it does not do anything. It just sits there for a little while and then tells me that the system can not be run. Is there a setting I am missing when booting from the hard drive?
I am trying to install Windows 7 Home premium on my Sony Vaio VPCWA7E computer. I am able to boot to the recovery disc, and choose recovery or install. However, when I choose recovery, it hangs, and I am not able to do anything but turn the computer off. After it shuts off, I cannot boot back into the hard drive. I can only boot to the recovery disc.
I have tried the CD 3 times now on different PCs with the same result. I have tried both the CD1 (recovery) and the CD2 (install). I have also tried a Windows XP CD (also a CD1) to see if it would run on the hard drive. It didn't. I am using a Sony Vaio VPCWA7E with an Intel core i5 CPU. The BIOS does not have any options for booting from CD.
I have a problem with Acer Aspire 5630 data recovery boot disk, i have used it twice already and both times it has recovered my data but it did not boot the Windows XP from it. the boot disk is showing the error message. This problem occurs both times when i press Start then click on the data recovery boot disk icon, i try loading Windows XP from the disc but the system does not boot. Please let me know what the problem is. thank you
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