I have read this thread and see that many people are having problems and I think I have extracted as many answers as possible. This means that all of you files such as documents, pictures, videos and music will be erased. Are you using the little white one that comes with the machine? I'm no expert, but have you tried all the basics. Then gave the whole disk to windows 7 so it could create its small 100mg boot partition. Can someone clarifiy the situation with the Revos 'remote control' ability? So I followed the instructions to repair the issue that was restricting the Revo from fully booting. Gone back to grub and re-mapped the disks so that fixed disk is 0 4. So, after a couple of attempts, I decided perhaps my copy of windows has been corrupted.
So I restart the Revo and opt to repair my computer instead but the repair process doesnt pick up any restore points or iso images to use. The video is very jerky, both iTunes and iPlayer. I am not getting any where near the boot stage. I don't know what else it could be!?!?! The Revo does not have an optical drive, so using a bootable usb was my only option. The SuperGrub2 option is the one you want. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.
Upon returning I discovered that the Revo was on Startup Repair. Thanks again for having a read and helping, sorry about the messy reply. I managed to get it to connect eventually by constantly selecting the router and letting it fail. Can you shed any light on how I need to alter my settings to make this happen? I know it had some sticky paper stuff all over it which might interfere with the key presses. If the ability to reinstall from the previous method is not available or fails, recovery of the Operating System will need to be from Recovery Discs. I will be installing , but first a little look at the Revo specifications.
I have contacted Acer support and it has been 10 days without a response despite a nudge from me on their ticket system - not impressive! The only time i can get managed to get windows to load is when it first installs and then it asks to be re-started and then the error comes up on restart Cheers for the help Al Right i have just realised what i did wrong! After you install these you should be ready to go. At this point, the computer will boot from the System disc. This is my website, a place for me to share my experiences, knowledge and photography. But as soon as I restarted my computer, I got the bootmgr missing error. Sometimes I would get blue screen, other times I received and error and explanation I will try and again to get this information and sometimes it would be stuck in limbo not doing anything. When attempting to change the resolution it just changes the size of the icons and not the size of the desktop. Then you restarted and you cannot boot anymore.
I hope you enjoy reading my articles as much as I enjoy writing them. But you've given very little for me to go on, so I'm just guessing. In the event that the operating system becomes corrupted or otherwise unusable, you can reload the operating system back to its factory default configurations using the steps below. Just a thought, you might try it that way. Error code 0x80070570 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- After these errors I close the installation and get the blue screen of death.
I feel like a bit of a failure but from the various forums it looks as if I have the internets best troubleshooter at hand. Dropping connection could well be to do with interference from nearby networks- you could try changing channel on the router and see if that helps. I found press and hold for a second or so to be required to get a change of screen here. When this completed I proceeded to install Windows. I hope this works for others as I was sweating a bit as I knew I had killed my old system before I eventually got Windows 7 to boot correctly. If you have questions about where grub is installed, run the Boot Info Script.
After getting a bit frustrated I decided to try windows again. Answer the usual questions and a few minutews later start enjoying Windows 7 on your revo. I'm tried to add images of the error but this computer doesnt register any image saved on my phone, hence why I've typed them out. Boot manager is always a thorn in my side. If it isn't present use Seagate Seatools. This was originally going to be my notes on how to set-up the server, but I have posted it here just in case it can help somebody else.
When Rescatux starts you will get a menu to start Rescatux or SuperGrub2. Follow this with on a full disk partition formatted and marked Active using Step 2. Apart from re-installing, there are a couple of ways to try to fix grub. It is extremely easy to install memory on the revo and the good guys over at have a great video of how to take apart the Revo. Option2 on the above website shows you the latest download of the driver. Just a thought, you might try it that way.
Yep i've tried deleting the whole hdd then trying the installation again but still i get the error. But its the fact that you have to press the standby button to wake it up which doesn't appeal yes. So I put in the Acer Recovery Discs that I made when I first purchased the computer. Double click on the new device to open the Properties window 9. Follow the on screen prompts to enter the remaining Recovery discs and complete the reloading of your computer.