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How Do I Save A Copy Of PQservice To A External HDD?

May 30, 2011 Flianz I want to run Acer eRecovery Management, I am aware I am going to lose all my data and files, but how about my Anti Virus? Do NOT assign a drive letter. About this info: "Hard Disk Recovery should be enabled by default. I cannot find my disc or don't even remember if I have one, I have followed the prompt at boot to hit alt-F10, there is no option to do a restore,

Hi, thanks for this!!But, how i use the image i just create in case i need to use for restore?? I had Acer send me boot systems and they do not work either. jefferson_frantz, first of all cheers for the comment!I don't think you would want to make it bootable, I don't think that's the idea of it. If you use the registration code at the bottom of the notebook, there should not be any license issues. http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/202752-how-do-i-save-copy-pqservice-external-hdd.html

Yes No Thanks - please tell us how to help you better. January 29, 2011 David Purcell I am thinking the D drive will be removed since it was not part of the original configuration. While I was there I noticed that the option existed to make the drive active.

  1. May 27, 2011 Rhonda My hard drive no longer has anything on it at all the recovery disk DO NOT work… I have tried all your suggestions and nothing works.
  2. would this delete windows XP?
  3. This partition is invisible in “My Computer”.
  4. To view and edit these projects, the computer where they’re located must be connected to the hard disk the project was moved to.
  5. Once Hard Disk Recovery is enabled, restart the system and hit ALT+F10.

Upgrade Acer Hard Drive and save the Restore Partition “PQSERVICE”. Remove the original drive from the laptop and insert into enclosure 1 Put the new HDD in enclosure 2 Plug both drives into the desktop PC via USB. This drive must match exactly the original drive in the layout if not the size of it's partitions. Is there any software needed?

Please help! darkbreezeFeb 12, 2015, 9:01 AM If your laptop originally had windows 8 or 8.1 installed, and you or somebody else changed it to Windows 7, you can probably just download and For me, I have an Aspire one ZG5, and I found the option called D2D in the Main tab , also it did not ask me for 000000 password. thanks July 7, 2011 Derek Zardus Hi!

Solutions Are Here! On the Empowering Technology setting there is system recovery and a option called restore factory settings. windows is not booting up. I eRecovery, I click on "Restore system to factory defaults", my computer re-starts and nothing is reset.

July 23, 2011 chad try hitting F8 during boot (from BIOS screen) and selecting "Recover system" then choose "e-management" August 3, 2011 ANNE hi dave, i hav acer netbook aspire d255 Run EASEUS and you will see that the ACER laptop drive has FOUR partitions. I had planned on saving them on a backup harddrive tonight, so much for that idea. If so, you can try some of these free file recovery tools.

August 4, 2010 Dave That's what we do here. But ho got a missing in 6 system error.used acer recovery cd to set factory. Actually I could pretty much guarantee the hard drive was… cactus. Firstly you will need the following.

I would suggest you buy some DVDs and burn the factory restore also. An icon for the hard disk appears in the Event Library. Apply the change (Do this after EACH step!!) Wait… the copy operation will take a while, and may even seem to be going nowhere at times. Read More...

Thanks to all. Get the answer darkbreezeFeb 11, 2015, 9:49 AM Nah, no disrespect was taken. September 21, 2011 William I have an acer aspire 5315 and I need to set my computer back to the factory settings, but it says I need an empowering technology password.

Pc will not power on.

I would try that. I altered any difference in the two. 9A) Fresh install. Make sure you download MBRWizard 2.0b, as this version has the required functionality.After shelling out to the command prompt (Start->Run->cmd.exe) and navigating to the folder containing mbrwiz.exe, do the following:- mbrwiz Can anyone help?

The default Acer Recovery password is ‘0000' but in case you changed it, you may like to make sure now instead of later. If you were manually formatting C with a Windows disk, you'd be fine. I removed the partition and created just one c drive. Technical information: *** STOP: 0x000000ED (0x82D4CE30, 0xc0000006, 0x00000000, 0x00000000) I tried to order a system restore off of the Acer website, but it is no longer sold for this make and

Enter EaseUS Partition Manager.