What Is Acer eRecovery Management Windows 7?
Acer eRecovery Management Windows 7 is just Acer eRecovery Management software in Windows 7. Since Microsoft has upgraded its Windows operating system to version 8, 8.1 and latest 10, Acer also upgraded eRecovery Management from version in Win 7 to advanced version in higher os. Yet, only slight changes including interface have happened. Thus, Acer eRecovery Management Win 7 is still popular among Acer users.
Acer eRecovery Management Windows 7 Starter
How to start acer erecovery management windows 7? That’s a problem. However, there are always solution and more than one.
If you can boot into Windows, you can follow “Start” > “All Apps” > “Acer” folder > “Acer Recovery Management” to access Acer eRecovery Management Windows7.
Also supposed that you can get into Windows. Then, Type “acer recovery” in the search box and click “Acer Recovery Management” to open Acer Recovery Management Win7.
If your system stops working, Power on your computer. When the Acer logo is displayed, press and hold the ALT key while pressing repeatedly the F10 key. Release the keys when a message displays that Windows is loading files.
Acer eRecovery Management Windows 7 Problems
Sometimes, there may be some Acer eRecovery Management Windows 7 errors which will cause Acer eRecovery Management Windows 7 not working.
Restoration takes a very very long time, maybe over 24 hours.
Solution: First take your patience and wait until it finishes. If it seems like will never finish, cancel it and retry. Otherwise, you should search for help online or take your machine to repair shop.
Keyboard does not work, not all keys, but some of them, such as “fn” and “ctrl”. This will stop users from getting access to Acer eRecovery Management Win 7 using “ALT + F10”.
Solution 1. If yours is a notebook, connect an external keyboard from USB port and have a try.
Solution 2. Re-install Acer Launch Manager (download from here) and try again.
Solution 3. First, Open the Start Menu, type “services.msc” in the search box, press Enter. Then, check the startup type of Human Interface Device Access and if it's enabled or disabled. Disable or enable it and try keyboard again.
Solution 4. If you are using Google Chrome, it may hijack your keys by its introduced Global Keyboard Shortcut control. To release the keys, do one of the following settings.
Set the keyboard shortcuts only working when Chrome is in focus:
1. Open the Chrome app menu.
2. Choose “Tools” > “Extensions”.
3. Click the “Keyboard Shortcuts” link which locates at the bottom of the page.
4. Find out Google Play Music section and change all specified media key options from “Global” to “In Chrome”.
Or, disable/remove the app or extension from Chrome completely:
1. Open the Chrome app menu.
2. Select “Tools” > “Extensions”.
3. Find Google Play Music
4. Uncheck the “Enabled” box or click the trash can to remove the extensions.
“ALT + F10”not working, can’t get access to Acer eRecovery Management Windows 7.
Solution 1. The error may be caused by that the D2D function is disabled in BIOS. To fix by pressing F2 during the boot to access the bios menu and change the setting.
Solution 2. The error may be caused by that the Acer Master Boot Record (MBR) is damaged, or replaced by the MBR of another system. You can reinstall the Acer MBR if the partition PQservice is present or if you can have access to the necessary files. Learn more >>
Solution 3. The error may occur due to the OEM recovery partition is damaged or deleted. Hard disk replacement, formation or repartition can all influence the recovery partition. If you have got a set of recovery discs either created by yourself or ordered from Acer company, you can use them to replace recovery partition and do system recovery under the operation by Acer eRecovery Management Windows 7. If not, you are unable to make use of Acer eRecovery Management Win 7.
Other problems may cause Acer eRecovery Management not working
- Acer eRecovery Management cannot select restore type
- Acer eRecovery hard drive configuration is not set
- Acer eRecovery Management cannot install bootable file
- Acer eRecovery Management cannot format the object drive
Acer eRecovery Management Windows 7 Alternative
Since there are so many Acer eRecovery Management Windows 7 problems which can lead to Acer eRecovery Management Windows 7 not working, it is a good choice to resort to another tool to do system backup and recovery especially when Acer eRecovery Management Win 7 is unavailable. There is one called AOMEI OneKey Recovery, which is designed to backup and restore brand computer os, not only Acer, but also Lenovo, Dell, HP, Sony, Toshiba, Samsung, Asus, etc.