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I have an Acer Aspire 5633WLMi and since this morning it does not want to boot itself up, I have tried inserting the boot cd and it does not ask me to boot from disk. Instead it will ask if i want to start in safe mode, start windows normally etc. and then just go to a black screen.

Please Help!

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To boot to a disc you will need to change the boot order in BIOS to CD the HDD.

To get into BIOS on yours hit F2 as it boots.

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I have an Acer Aspire 5633WLMi and since this morning it does not want to boot itself up, I have tried inserting the boot cd and it does not ask me to boot from disk. Instead it will ask if i want to start in safe mode, start windows normally etc. and then just go to a black screen.

Please Help!

What then is the disc in the original post you were refering to.

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it was a back up of the system i was advised to make, however it seems that when it was being written various files were not written.

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I have an Acer Aspire 5633WLMi and since this morning it does not want to boot itself up, I have tried inserting the boot cd and it does not ask me to boot from disk. Instead it will ask if i want to start in safe mode, start windows normally etc. and then just go to a black screen.

Please Help!

Hi, I don't think I cannot help you, but just to say that my Acer Aspire 5633WLMi developped exactly the same fault as yours this morning! Like you, I have a black screen at boot up (after seeing the "Acer" screen). Also tried to boot from the rescue disk with the same freeze as you. In my case, since I got it from less than a month, I think I'll ask for a replacement or my money back!

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my hp laptop not booting, before this problem occured it showed message that recently installed sofware or hardware might be causing the problem. then it stopped booting. I started booting with xp cd to install xp and this time it showed ftdisk.exe corrupted during the process of installation. pl give ma a solution for this

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