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I do hope you read your manual, since Acer Notebooks have a RECOVERY Partition, they also have the ability to make your RECOVERY DISKs if you have a DVD-RW or CD-RW drive. & installing Windows 7 has nothing to do with the REQUEST. He simply wants to RESTORE his system. Honestly he should read the manual which came with the Laptop or at least DL the PDF for his system from Acer.... Basic Manuals are FREE and PDF.
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+ == Update ==
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+ Acer has 2 different methods of Recovery. 1. Make a Disk (works great) 2. make sure you set D2D in the BIOS, then SET F12 in the bios, then when you '''BOOT''' you can '''HOTKEY''' to have Acer ERecovery auto restore back to Factory Default... both methods has worked 100% for me. & also on other '''OEM Systems'''... all you need to do is '''READ THE MANUAL on Factory Restore '''Options.
+Over 27 yrs with Computer Repair.

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Aporte original por: Snuffy ,

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I do hope you read your manual, since Acer Notebooks have a RECOVERY Partition, they also have the ability to make your RECOVERY DISKs if you have a DVD-RW or CD-RW drive. & installing Windows 7 has nothing to do with the REQUEST. He simply wants to RESTORE his system. Honestly he should read the manual which came with the Laptop or at least DL the PDF for his system from Acer.... Basic Manuals are FREE and PDF.

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