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Aspireone notebook booting issues


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#1 sapphiresfire30

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Posted 11 November 2016 - 04:47 PM

I am having trouble booting up. I have used safemode, enabled VGA, last good configuration and it all starts great but then freezes giving me a blank screen. Not sure what happend. Can anyone please help. Thanks

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#2 JohnC_21

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Posted 11 November 2016 - 05:19 PM

I am not sure how the battery access is on the Aspire One but if you can remove the main battery detach it and unplug the computer if the power brick is attached. Hold the power button down for 30 seconds. Replace the battery and attach the power brick. Try booting. 

 

It's possible the file system has been corrupted by a failing drive. You can boot a linux based disk to do hard drive diagnostics if the computer can boot from a USB flash drive. The computer has no optical drive, correct? 

 

How much RAM does this computer have? Do you have a model number for the Aspire One?

 

You can use Rufus with an iso of UBCD to check your hard drive. Seatools for DOS is available in the HDD section or you can start Parted Magic from the UBCD menu and at the desktop select Disk Health. Do the short and long tests.

 

Rufus Instructions:

Run Rufus with the USB flash drive attached. Select MBR partition scheme for BIOS and UEFI. Leave all boxes as checked. Where FreeDos is shown in the dropdown box select iso image, click the icon, and browse to the UBCD iso file. Press Start. Any data on the flash drive will need to be backed up as the drive will be formatted.

 

You can use Parted Magic on the UBCD disk to recover any data to a USB flash drive or USB external drive.

 

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