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Acer Aspire V5-131 UEFI Driver

In this article, we shall see how can we disable UEFI secure boot for Acer laptops (and perhaps systems from other manufacturers). I'm working on an ACER Aspire V OEM Windows 8. Go to your BIOS menu, and look for anything that has UEFI in it, and change to "legacy", If you are using UEFI/GPT, fdisk won't work for you, but parted/gparted from USB option not available in Acer Aspire. I recently got a new Acer Aspire V sub-notebook. to the Boot Selection menu, but on Acer systems with UEFI firmware, this is a bit tricky.


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Also, the Win8 GPT protection has to be removed when the installer reaches the point of having to select the partition where Win7 will be installed.

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You will se a message saying Acer Aspire V5-131 UEFI like windows cannot be installed on this disk. In the console you can call the diskpart command to use the disk partition utility. Use the following commands: This completely deletes all partitions from the selected disk: For more tutorials go to: This gives and good overview for Engineers but also for decision makers.

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If it helps - Share, Like, Subscribe! Disassembly Packard bell,tk81,tk83,tk85,tk87,tk13,tk36,tk Rename the Bios could be fdtfyguh.

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Make sure the power cable is in! The laptop is turned OFF! Plug the USB stick in!

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Release the buttons and the power light will start to blink. Make sure the Flash driver fotmated in FAT and make it bootable flash drive. For make a bootable flash drive plz check this link http: Without Flash drive method Without Acer Aspire V5-131 UEFI and flash drive nothingHold Function key that is Fn than escape key Esc and jointly hold power button,than leave Fn Esc key and hold power button for few more second than leave power button and do nothing, leave Acer Aspire V5-131 UEFI notebook as this 10 min it will make some noise and noise will increase, after 10 min if its not start hold power button for shutdown and again push power button for start.

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Hp Compaq black Dead notebook Fix: For use with http: How to burn iso images: This is a very common problem with this netbook since it was released to the market with a defective BIOS software that can eventually fail and needs to be upgraded. The black screen issue seems to Acer Aspire V5-131 UEFI caused by abruptly shutting down the netbook, this may happen due to battery malfunctions. Be sure to check out this other video: Notice that the instructions in the official FAQ tells you to download the version of the BIOS, this will fix the problem, but I got the black Acer Aspire V5-131 UEFI again a couple of months after fixing it.

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These are the instructions according to ACER: Create a recovery USB drive to update Acer Aspire V5-131 UEFI Bios on the unit. The specific steps to perform this recovery with the USB drive are: Rename the Bios name from Start the restoration process: Plug the AC Adapter into the unit. Press and Hold down the Fn and the Esc keys together.

Keep these keys held down and press power. When the unit's power light comes on release the Fn and Esc keys.

After the keys have been released the power light will start to blink. Let the unit run and after approximately minutes, the unit should reboot. Video should now be restored.

If these steps fail to resolve the no post, no video issue please contact Acer Technical Support. Here's the link to the official ACER site with the instructions: Have a nice day!

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