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He is window installing during pc hanging problem
try a different Bootable disk and see if it will boot, also try you disc on a known good computer see if the disk you are using is bootable aswell to eliminate the cause of the issue.
When Booting from a disc make sure the disc is inserted in the dvd/cdrom drive once you turn the computer ON then you will see press anykey to boot to CD or disc if this shows just press any key this will boot to the Disc if it is Bootable it will show the message press anykey if the disc is not bootable it will only try and boot to the Hard drive directly.
I hope this can help,
Posted on Apr 17, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: PC freezes on boot-up
Try booting the thing in Safe Mode. Upon startup (after the Acer logo goes) press F8 several times. You will be offered a menu select Safe Mode (at the very top of the list). If the system reaches the desktop, you can repair your Windows. For the three fixes below you will need to go Start Menu>Run...
1) Write: fixmbr, and press ENTER.
2) Write: fixboot, and press ENTER.
3) Write: chkdsk, and press ENTER.
(The later will take several minutes, but you can read what stage it is doing).
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
SOURCE: Bios update failed *flash*
You are in deep trouble
A problem with refreshing the Bios is that you can corrupt the old one and then the new one does not load leaving you stuck in limbo land
I would contact Acer support and hope that they offer a pre-programmed Bios chip to replace your corrupt one.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
Check the BIOS to make sure that the CD rom is the first boot devices in the bootup sequence, also make sure that the cd rom does show up in the BIOS.
Make sure that the CD Rom itself is good or the boot cd you are using is good, try it on other PC.
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
You can do a bit of detective work and run MSCONFIG.EXE froma command prompt and go through that - particularly the boot, services and startup entries. The startup entries in particular - as from there you can select what is and what is started at startup - and a process of elimination can maybe help you track down the problem. 'Registry cleaners' may help - but often are more problematic themselves thn they are 'fixers'. You could edit the registry by hand, using regedit, but that is NOT recommended unless you really know what you are doing. Do note that if you change the start-up programs (i.e. change their enable state), you will get a warning at start-up that you are running a custom start-up using msconfig.
As a last resort, a fresh installation of Windows will fix things. Running a virus checker might also be a good idea.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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