Acer eRecovery Management is a built in tool of Acer brand computers for Windows operating system backup and restoration. In default, there is already a hidden recovery partition on your system hard disk prepared for future usage when current OS fails due to some reason when you first get your machine. Thus, when accident happens, you can immediately recover system back using Acer eRecovery Manager. However, sometimes, there may be some problems when you make use of this snap in tool. Then, how to go on restore process? Let’s see them one by one.
Acer eRecovery Management Cannot Install Bootable File
Some users may not have Acer eRecovery application on their computers either by default or by accidental deletion. Thus, they have to install one before backup or restoration work. However, when they are trying to install it, they may failed with “eRecovery Can Not Be Installed 1. Bootable Files”.
This may be caused by not enable “Hard Disk Recovery” option in BIOS or disk partition layout change. Just enable it or repartition the disk to factory layout and try again.
Acer eRecovery Management Not Working
Sometimes, eRecovery Management Acer may not working when you are in dire need of it to do factory recovery. This is an unpleasant thing. You cannot open it and it does not loading; even “Alt + F10” does not work.
When such thing happens, you can check if the “D2D Recovery” option is enabled or not in BIOS. If not, enable it and try again.
If you are going to use Acer eRecovery Management software to make system recovery media, you can replace it with Windows built in Backup & Recovery function.
Acer eRecovery Management Cannot Select Restore Type
Sometimes, even if you are able to open Acer eRecovery software, you may not get to operate it smoothly. During restoring steps, it may stuck with a message saying that “acer erecovery management cannot select restore type”. Then, how to do?
There have several possibilities:
The recovery discs may be damaged;
The original drive needs to be formatted or needs to be free partition;
AHCI in BIOS should be disabled;
Just find out the exact cause(s) and get rid of it or them.
Acer eRecovery Hard Drive Configuration Is Not Set
In some situations, restore aborted due to acer erecovery hard drive configuration is not set. This may be caused also by several reasons:
There is no recovery discs or recovery partition;
The mode of SATA controller setting to AHCI is not correct;
Jumper numbers is not correct;
System disk partitions layout has been changed.
Solve them one by one and retry your attention.
Acer eRecovery Management Cannot Format the Object Drive
Sometimes, recovery work may fails due to erecovery manager acer fails to format the object drive/partition. This might be the connection established between Acer eRecovery Management and recovery partition breaks up. What you need to do is to rebuild it and continue.
I have provided specific solutions for different problems above. Yet, there is a solution which applies to all those problems. Since all the problems above involves in Acer eRecovery Manager and Acer eRecovery Manager is used to do system backup and restore, why not choose another system backup and restore tool to replace eRecovery Management Acer?
In a whole, hope this essay can help you with your own problems. Good luck!