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Acer Aspire V3-531 UEFI Driver

Completely shut down your laptop. Power on the system and as soon as the first logo screen appears, immediately press F2 to enter the BIOS. For its recent laptop models; Acer (and its subsidiaries) choose a weird way with 1.x bios which lacks UEFI booting and Secure Boot support. This problem, laptop Acer Aspire EG after exactly 30 minutes of work - off. [i] BIOS - UEFI for Windows 8 (Not for Upgrades) [/i] .. and here, too:


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Acer Aspire V3-531 UEFI Driver

To be honest, I never did encounter such an error before in all my other PCs, and I think this error is just generally related to Acer devices Mine is an Aspire F5.

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Now, what I did… scary stuff for beginners! I tried booting into Windows Recovery, so as to recover my Windows, but it failed. Three possible explanations: If not you should see informations on your screen that might help understanding why.

Follow installer instructions. Keep in front of the installer as it will reboot once during installation.

When this occurs you have to boot exactly the same way. The installer will then go on and finish. On next reboot, when you select Acer Aspire V3-531 UEFI boot and get into Clover, you should see 2 new entries corresponding to your installation and a recovery partition. This may also void your warranty period. The steps below are mentioned for both, desktop computers and laptops.

What is the solution for 'no bootable device' showing on my Acer notebook? - Quora

Disconnect the power cord from your desktop computer or laptop. Remove the cabinet cover of your desktop. For a laptop, turn it upside-down and remove the battery.

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Open the hard drive compartment by sliding the cover out. Unscrew and pull out the hard drive from your laptop. Keep it aside for at least an hour.

I'll mark this as solved. But, just for completeness, let me answer your other questions: Originally Posted by oldfred You have erased Windows, was that your intent?

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Yes, it was. I now have a Vivid laptop with complete access to the HDD - no partitions clogged up with Windows or recovery junk. Originally Posted by oldfred Every Acer so far has had to set a password to open up additional settings

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