Suggestions To Run Recovery CDs in Acer® Extensa 2300
Acer Extensa 2300 is an automatic restore disc. It installs all the drivers automatically without needing human help. It works as a repair disc and corrects all the problems like absence of the Internet, graphics or sound while upgrading the system. The recovery CDs help in repairing work and restoring data. Thus, it reduces a lot of your time in installing all the drivers. In case of hardware or software failure, it helps in restoring data. Install the recovery CD and reboot the computer. Once the Windows starts up screen, a console option appears. To run the recovery CDs, follow these tips - Go to 'Run' option in the 'Start' menu after inserting CD1 in recovery set of Windows XP. Enter the command 'd:i386winnt32.exe /cmdcons' in Windows XP. After installation, click 'Yes' to confirm. Then you have to reboot the computer and choose the option 'Recovery Console' in the startup menu to run the CD.
- Retrieving data without damaging system
- Access to an unstartable computer
- Transferring files and backup
Retrieving data without damaging system
If your computer is slow or the monitor is blank with back color, you know that something is wrong with your machine. In such cases, you can collect data using recovery CDs. The Operating System of recovery CDs is Linux based and it procures all the files from hard drive to an external source like Universal Serial Bus thumb drive, second hard drive etc without causing any harm to the computer. It will save you from all the faults in Windows access. It includes additional features like data editing and creating programs, games, spreadsheets etc.
Access to an unstartable computer
The recovery disc is a file that can be easily downloaded from the system; use recovery CDs containing the recovery console to log on to unstartable computer. Insert the recovery CD. This way the Basic Input Output System will start booting from your CD. The system will undergo a series of test in 5 or 10 minutes. A number of icons start appearing if you click 'X' in the upper right corner. Point the cursor on the hard disk icon. You get all the files saved in the hard disk and transfer it to an external storage device like secondary hard disk.
Transferring files means you can easily shift the number of files stored in the hard drive to USB thumb drive or pen drive when the system finishes booting from the installed recovery CDs with the single click of a button. We can also back them up using the features present in the recovery CDs. The recovery CDs will work in the most critical conditions like Blue Screen of Death. It is very much useful in repairing and restoring graphical and sound assistance.