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emachines E725-4520 system recovery Help

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#1 nedp


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Posted 04 December 2010 - 01:21 PM

Basically the machine is not working... no system recovery, no disk, powers up to Blue Screen and screechs a LOUD BEEPBEEPBEEP....

I have looked at the user Manual, which is useless...

only a quick guide....

how do I recovery the system?

This site has been great help to me before on killing Tojans and Virus's

and saving some computers that I have worked on...

So Thanks for letting me, "wander through bleepingcomputer....LOL...

it has Windows 7 home premium 64bit
intel T4400
3GB mem

but no user recovery disk....

am I just a DumArse or what....

thanks again


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#2 Kram B

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Posted 04 December 2010 - 10:05 PM

A loud BEEPBEEP you say?

Means you don't have enough, or no memory to boot up your PC. Have you checked to see if you have some in there? If you do, has anything or anyone touched it without being grounded? Have you unplugged a keyboard while the computer is still on?

#3 nedp

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Posted 05 December 2010 - 10:58 PM

It's a notebook and It didn't come with a recovery disk...

I was hopeing there was an Acer guy out there that had some knowledge of

emachines that could help out with a recovery key on the computer...

I have the receipt and original box, but have put off the sending it off to

Temple, TX until I found out there was no remedy for the situation locally...

thanks for your reply


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