Have a look at the service manual: As for the BIOS settings, if you’re familiar with them from other systems, they should be fairly self explanatory. Is it a driver thing, like nVidia Raid device? That x86 version installation went well, no problems encountered. Either way, the result remain the same which is reset back to default.
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It might be hidden by something else on the screen. Over a Month Ago Time Zone: Sorry for late responding, have been busy on a different computer project. Unable to install Linux or Windows on Acer M At the bios, boot from dvd is set.
That x86 version installation went well, no problems encountered. Bios update carried out from RA3 to RB4. Even though no partition is set i.
Windows Vista, Intel 2. Therefor only one IDE device can be plugged in. It doesn’t sound like you’ve deleted all the partitions. Thousands of users waiting to help!
Unable to install Linux or Windows on Acer M3640
Why would you have to do that? But neither worked out as during reboot the black screen appears again with the choices F1 for Bios setup or F2 which will reset to default setting in this case for the os happen to be Windows.
As apire the BIOS settings, if you’re familiar with them from other systems, they should be fairly self explanatory. Or is it something else?
Net is the opinions of its users. Still I remain unable to get Vista or Linux installed as the process bring me right into save mode with Vista and the boot stuck with Linux.
Pressing any key in save mode or memory test resulting in bsod at the end. Have a look at the service manual: My first guess after Bios update was that changing to “other os” and leaving the rest as default may let me boot into a Linux brand or Hiron’s Boot CD, the tooling section.
Linux installation get stuck. And the boot of a Linux distribution get stuck. Having the operating system changed into “other os” for Linux boot CD and then rebooting the system results in a black screen that presents “cmos checksum bad” and the choice for either, F1 which will bring you to the setup screen, or F2 which will reset to the default settings and then boot to whatever device has been set as first boot device.
The thing is, I cannot find a manual which explains the Bios settings like Asus does with its MoBo’s. Is it a driver thing, like nVidia Raid device?
Unable to install Linux or Windows on Acer M
Would you use Snapchat filters on your dog? Isn’t Hiren’s based on Knoppix Linux?? In virtual mini XP I remain unable to get into diagnostic tools. No errors found so far on the tested hardware. I’m curious because I’ve never done saata before when installing Linux or booting from a Linux disk.
Usually, when you boot from dvd one has to press a button to prepare for installation. One of the changes with the Bios version RB4 is the available choice for another operating system.
First hardware check shows blowed-up AGP card, I removed it. Yes No I don’t have a dog.