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Try removing the hard drive before doing anything, including a BIOS reset. Many laptops have problems booting with a damaged hard drive (or drives that refuse to initialize) to eliminate a common failure point with dropped laptops. This will make it clear if you are dealing with other hardware problems because the machine will see the drive isn’t there and try and PXE boot or ask for boot media. The guide to do this can be found [guide|33878|here], although this is for the 571 rather the the 571p. It shouldn’t be an issue since ppp usually indicates Performance, so it’s likely the same disassembly wise but it uses AMD/nVidia graphics instead of Intel onboard video. While the machines are likely similar, watch out for any traps because of the slight model difference in the linked guide.
Try removing the hard drive before doing anything, including a BIOS reset. Many laptops have problems booting with a damaged hard drive (or drives that refuse to initialize) to eliminate a common failure point with dropped laptops. This will make it clear if you are dealing with other hardware problems because the machine will see the drive isn’t there and try and PXE boot or ask for boot media. The guide to do this can be found [guide|33878|here], although this is for the 571 rather the the 571p. It shouldn’t be an issue since ppp usually indicates Performance, so it’s likely the same disassembly wise but it uses AMD/nVidia graphics instead of Intel onboard video. While the machines are likely similar, watch out for any traps because of the slight model difference in the linked guide.
 
If you continue having problems, either reset the BIOS with the pads @oldturkey03 talked about or remove the CMOS battery.

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Try removing the hard drive before doing anything, including a BIOS reset. Many laptops have problems booting with a damaged hard drive (or drives that refuse to initialize) to eliminate a common failure point with dropped laptops. This will make it clear if you are dealing with other hardware problems because the machine will see the drive isn’t there and try and PXE boot or ask for boot media. The guide to do this can be found [guide|33878|here], although this is for the 571 rather the the 571p but that571p. It shouldn’t be an issue since pp usually means the only difference is inindicates Performance, so it’s likely the same disassembly wise but it uses AMD/nVidia graphics configuration on Acer so I’m pretty sureinstead of Intel onboard video. While the procedure isn’t going to be different or very far off; justmachines are likely similar, watch out for any traps because of the slight model differencesdifference in the guideslinked guide.
Try removing the hard drive before doing anything, including a BIOS reset. Many laptops have problems booting with a damaged hard drive (or drives that refuse to initialize) to eliminate a common failure point with dropped laptops. This will make it clear if you are dealing with other hardware problems because the machine will see the drive isn’t there and try and PXE boot or ask for boot media. The guide to do this can be found [guide|33878|here], although this is for the 571 rather the the 571p but that571p. It shouldn’t be an issue since pp usually means the only difference is inindicates Performance, so it’s likely the same disassembly wise but it uses AMD/nVidia graphics configuration on Acer so I’m pretty sureinstead of Intel onboard video. While the procedure isn’t going to be different or very far off; justmachines are likely similar, watch out for any traps because of the slight model differencesdifference in the guideslinked guide.
 
If you continue having problems, either reset the BIOS with the pads @oldturkey03 talked about or remove the CMOS battery.

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編集者: Nick ,

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Try removing the hard drive before doing anything, including a BIOS reset. Many laptops have problems booting with a damaged hard drive (or drives that refuse to initialize) so this could be an easy fix to geteliminate a common failure point with dropped laptops. This will make it to boot and rule out anyclear if you are dealing with other hardware problemsproblems because the machine will see the drive isn’t there and try and PXE boot or ask for boot media. The guide to do this can be found [guide|33878|here], although this is for the 571 rather the the 571p but that usually means the only difference is in the graphics configuration on Acer so I’m pretty sure the procedure isn’t going to be different or very far off; just watch out for any traps because of the model differences in the guides.
Try removing the hard drive before doing anything, including a BIOS reset. Many laptops have problems booting with a damaged hard drive (or drives that refuse to initialize) so this could be an easy fix to geteliminate a common failure point with dropped laptops. This will make it to boot and rule out anyclear if you are dealing with other hardware problemsproblems because the machine will see the drive isn’t there and try and PXE boot or ask for boot media. The guide to do this can be found [guide|33878|here], although this is for the 571 rather the the 571p but that usually means the only difference is in the graphics configuration on Acer so I’m pretty sure the procedure isn’t going to be different or very far off; just watch out for any traps because of the model differences in the guides.
 
If you continue having problems, either reset the BIOS with the pads @oldturkey03 talked about or remove the CMOS battery.

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編集者: Nick ,

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Try removing the hard drive before doing anything, including a BIOS reset. Many laptops have problems booting with a damaged hard drive (or drives that refuse to initialize) so this could be an easy fix to get it to boot and rule out any other hardware problems. The guide to do this can be found [guide|33878|here], although this is for the 571 rather the the 571p but that usually means the only difference is in the graphics configurationconfiguration on Acer so I’m pretty sure the procedure isn’t going to be different or very far off; just watch out for any traps because of the model differences in the guides.
Try removing the hard drive before doing anything, including a BIOS reset. Many laptops have problems booting with a damaged hard drive (or drives that refuse to initialize) so this could be an easy fix to get it to boot and rule out any other hardware problems. The guide to do this can be found [guide|33878|here], although this is for the 571 rather the the 571p but that usually means the only difference is in the graphics configurationconfiguration on Acer so I’m pretty sure the procedure isn’t going to be different or very far off; just watch out for any traps because of the model differences in the guides.
 
If you continue having problems, either reset the BIOS with the pads @oldturkey03 talked about or remove the CMOS battery.

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編集者: Nick ,

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Try removing the hard drive before doing anything, including a BIOS reset. Many laptops have problems booting with a damaged hard drive (or drives that refuse to initialize) so this could be an easy fix to get it to boot and rule out any other hardware problems. The guide to do this can be found [guide|33878|here], although this is for the 571 rather the the 571p but that usually means the only difference is in the graphics configuration.
Try removing the hard drive before doing anything, including a BIOS reset. Many laptops have problems booting with a damaged hard drive (or drives that refuse to initialize) so this could be an easy fix to get it to boot and rule out any other hardware problems. The guide to do this can be found [guide|33878|here], although this is for the 571 rather the the 571p but that usually means the only difference is in the graphics configuration.
 
If you continue having problems, either reset the BIOS with the pads @oldturkey03 talked about or remove the CMOS battery.

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Try removing the hard drive before doing anything, including a BIOS reset. Many laptops have problems booting with a damaged hard drive (or drives that refuse initialize) so this could be an easy fix to get it to boot and rule out any other hardware problems. The guide to do this can be found [guide|33878|here], although this is for the 571 rather the the 571p but that usually means the only difference is in the graphics configuration.

If you continue having problems, either reset the BIOS with the pads @oldturkey03 talked about or remove the CMOS battery.

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