Looking for recovery disks for other Windows versions? I have a win 7 home premium 64 bit clean install and formatted drive on a computer. Really need to perform a factory restore but I can't seem to locate the option. If anyone has any ideas as to anything else that I could try I'm sure this is still an issue, and always like to get things solved for others. The dialog box opens where you select the right drive and click Create disc. I have the exact same problem. There were some hardware driver updates picked up by Windows, and it's installing. Now windows will not boot at all.
Continue with the next blank disk. Sometime addon toolbars can contain malware and this freebie is very good at getting shot of them: Run the Search first then the Delete which removes any it finds. Be sure that you have your data files backed up before performing this option. The only problem you may face is a sound card issue but not to fear. Thank you for using fixya, Arun Zac Dec 05, 2010 Turn on or restart your notebook, then press F11 while your notebook is starting.
. Create the recovery disk in Windows 7 Windows 7 users can create the set of recovery disks using the Gateway Recovery Management software. You cannot use a recovery or repair disk to install or reinstall Windows 7. Create recovery disks for Gateway with Gateway Recovery Center The Acer eRecovery Management software Gateway computers shipped after November, 2004 have a backup solution called Gateway System Recovery. It is compatible with Compaq notebooks and desktops, including the Compaq Presario series. Thread starter Similar threads Forum Replies Date 1 Aug 22, 2018 1 Jun 14, 2018 1 Mar 9, 2018 3 Dec 10, 2017 1 Oct 4, 2017 2 Mar 11, 2016 1 Feb 17, 2016 1 Nov 21, 2015 1 Aug 11, 2015 1 Jun 11, 2015 5 May 15, 2015 1 Jan 25, 2015 0 Dec 23, 2014 3 Dec 1, 2014 1 Nov 1, 2014 1 May 24, 2014 2 May 16, 2014 1 Jan 13, 2013 2 Aug 10, 2012 1 Feb 23, 2012.
Would this cause the problem? It's been up and running for an hour now and still northing seems to be working. It froze up about half way through the proscess. Can I use any of these to fix any of these problems listed above. I have run them at least 15 times and it will go through the entire Restore process using Gateway Recovery Management software and then Windows tries to start, I get a message that windows is installing devices, etc and then the same error message. Gateway Computers acquired eMachines Computers in 2004 and, in 2007, Gateway Computers was acquired by Acer. I contacted Gateway via their live chat, they said that Alt+F10 if the way to access it but for some reason or another my computer doesn't like me and is being a pain.
Hi wlindseytx, Welcome to the Seven Forums. I'm at the end of my rope with this one. The Gateway Recover Center is a program that comes installed on Gateway computers to allow a user to reinstall applications that came preinstalled on the computer. What is your computer model? Look under: Gateway System Recovery from the Hard Drive Full Factory Recovery This option completely erases the C: partition and reinstalls factory-shipped files from the recovery partition. All I get is a blue screen and a turning circle for hours and hours, but it never boots.
Push the Right Arrow key to Advance. I am so happy and type this message so it might help others with the same issue. To perform a destructive recovery, click Advanced, and then click Yes. Go to gateway and look up this notebook model for the correct driver and Bam! If you have any further queries, please feel free to contact us. Samsung Samsung users can download our disk. It installed perfictly and all I had to do was using my other desktop computer download all the system software and drivers from the gateway site and that was it.
I got my Gateway back running after using his Alt-F10 tip. It is running Windows Update now, as it hasn't had any updates since March of this year. What is the problem and how do I fix it? This option saves your existing data files, but all programs must be reinstalled and the program settings reconfigured. Mick Murphy - Microsoft Partner. No need to thank me but ok so the problem is xp won't install because it hangs on installing devices about the halfway bar. What they had written for getting the Recovery Manager was not correct. I did and could not run anything because no Windows.
I can get to the advances boot options by Crtl+F8. Once you have done this, a menu of some sort pops up and scroll to the advanced column by pressing the right arrow key. The System Recovery program starts. So I ordered the System Disc and Recovery Discs from Gateway. Bring up the Boot Device Menu at boot time by pressing the appropriate key usually F12 or F11 , select the optical drive from that menu, then press the key. Given that it's all contained on a hard drive, the user doesn't need to resort to using installation disks, product keys or any of the hassles that come with using removable media.
There are a series of options in which enabling and disabling is an option. However doing so would delete everything you have on your hard drive and restore it back to factory defaults. The System Restore - Format and Recover dialog box opens. It's particularly useful when a certain application becomes corrupted or has been otherwise removed from use. Note: This option will install a recovery partition first, then restore the user partition.
As the windows logo was flying together as it boots up it. I talked to Gateway Tech. No need to thank me but ok so the problem is xp won't install because it hangs on installing devices about the halfway bar. Yesterday it came unplugged while booting up and when I tried to boot up again I was given a blue screen with error code 0xc000014c and told a system file was missing or corrupted and that I need to repair the computer. When file recovery has finished, the System Restore dialog box opens. You want to copy this directory down for the following steps, as it contains the installer file for the Gateway Recovery Center. This process will take several minutes.