How to Do a System Recovery in an Acer 3050 Laptop

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The Acer 3050 laptops come with Acer eManager, a utility that includes Acer eRecovery, a proprietary recovery tool, that is similar to Windows' System Restore. Along with Acer eRecovery, the Acer Aspire 3050 provides a D2D, or Disk-to-Disk, Recovery utility that is accessible immediately after booting the computer. You can perform a system recovery on the Acer 3050 laptop from Acer eRecovery or from the recovery partition where D2D Recovery is stored. If you don't have an existing backup created in Acer eRecovery, you must restore the computer from the recovery partition instead.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

    Acer eRecovery

  1. 1

    Press the Acer Empowering Key, which looks like an italic or cursive lower case "E." The key can be found on the top right side of the keyboard.

  2. 2

    Click "Acer eRecovery." Enter your password to log in to eRecovery.

  3. 3

    Click "Recovery Actions." Click "Next." Connect the backup device, if needed. Select a restore point from the list to recover the Acer 3050 laptop to a previously created backup. Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the system recovery.

    Disk-to-Disk Recovery

  1. 1

    Turn on or restart the Acer 3050. Press the "F2" key before the Windows logo appears to go to the set-up program.

  2. 2

    Use the directional pad to select "Main." Go to "D2D Recovery." Press the "F5" or "F6" keys to change D2D to "Enabled."

  3. 3

    Press "F10" to save and restart. Press "Alt" and "F10" when the Acer logo appears.

  4. 4

    Follow the directions shown on-screen to perform a system recovery from the Acer 3050 recovery partition.

Tips and warnings

  • D2D Recovery will wipe your hard drive of all files, so do not perform a system recovery unless you have moved your personal files to another storage device beforehand.

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