Before you give your handset to repair shop or buy new handset, please try the following procedure to repair your device. First charge your battery more then 70%, backup your important data like phone-book, message, email, images and settings and in most cases take out SIM card and SD card. After doing hard reset not possible to recover your data, so online backup is always important. For all of your data, a backup should be done on a external device, hard drive, raid system media or SD card.
Acer Iconia Tab W500 Restore the Factory Defaults By Use Booting method
There are three ways to boot your tablet:
- Quick boot: Press the power button; no external USB keyboard support before Windows boots; always boots from the SSD; overrides BIOS settings.
- Normal boot: Simultaneously press the power button and the Windows key; supports USB keyboard, <F2> and <F12> hotkeys; this boot sequence is used if Windows shuts down abnormally or after making changes to BIOS.
- Boot from recovery discs: Press the power button, Windows key and volume up key simultaneously. Use this if you need to restore your operating system to factory defaults from the supplied recovery discsfactory reset,
Key features for boot choices For choices shown just before Windows boots: Microsoft windows key: Choose the highlighted selection option. Volume level up/down: Switch the pointer up or down.
Restoring your Acer Iconia W500 technique
Your Pc was supplied with a set of restoration DVDS that includes the system restoration information and facts. While the tablet is switched off, connect in an outside DVD drive, place the 1st disc into the DVD push. Click the Windows key, volume level up key, and power key simultaneously to turn on the technique. Follow the on display screen guidelines to finish the recovery process. You will be advised to eliminate the discs from the generate just before your pc reboots.
There is a way to recover the Item without using the CDs, it worked well for my Iconia Tab W500, to do so, stick to the methods:
- Necessary: Be sure to note that it may not perform! Preferably you must use the CDs!
- Use ImgBurn to make a ISO image of Restoration CD 1
- Now create the image of Restoration CD 2
- Format the USB in FAT32, USB data will be lost.
- Unzip the files of the ISO CD 1 into the USB (you can use 7Zip to do so)
- Unzip CD 2 into the USB overwriting all current data files
- You must have a USB of the size of the two CD 2, if not, some thing went false.
- Start the file Restore .dat file.
- Change the line DiscNumber=2 to DiscNumber=1, save modifications.
- Insert the USB on the Tab.
- When it starts click F2, and in the BIOS choose the USB as the Boot device
- Save and quit
- eRecovery must start without having questioning for the CDs