Acer aspire v5 stuck in bootloop

Guitar Dude

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Feb 7, 2016
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My acer aspire v5 is stuck on a bootloop, but ill tell you everything before it.

I woke up one day and started my laptop. I opened google chrome and the screen goes black, i leave it there for 10 minutes come bsck and its till black. Then i shut i down and start it up again. The laptop boots normally and i get to windows 10, but it goes black again. This repeats for 2 times and then it goes to a bootloop. I decide to open the pc in safe mode and wipe the hdd from everything, but windows 10. Now it goes to a bootloop again after that. I have tried shift f8 and everything else, but i havent taken a look at the components themselves. The laptop is 3 years- and soon 4 years old.

Now that i open it up on shift f8 it says: "diagnosing pc" then goes to "fixing disc problems". I think that the hard drive is broken. I need help, because this laptop is important.
 

tinynja98

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Jan 17, 2015
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Do you care about the data that is on the hard drive or not?

If you don't care, just get a USB flash drive and, from another PC, run this utility from microsoft ("Download tool now") to download a tool that will install a bootable version of Windows 10 on the thumb drive. Then just plug the USB flash drive into your Aspire V5 and reinstall Windows 10 (look on tutorials if you don't really know how to do that.)

If you do care about the data, just install ubuntu on a flash drive from another computer then boot from it on your Aspire V5 and copy everything you need on an external hard drive before doing what i said above.

Hope this helps :)
 

tinynja98

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Jan 17, 2015
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Do you care about the data that is on the hard drive or not?

If you don't care, just get a USB flash drive and, from another PC, run this utility from microsoft ("Download tool now") to download a tool that will install a bootable version of Windows 10 on the thumb drive. Then just plug the USB flash drive into your Aspire V5 and reinstall Windows 10 (look on tutorials if you don't really know how to do that.)

If you do care about the data, just install ubuntu on a flash drive from another computer then boot from it on your Aspire V5 and copy everything you need on an external hard drive before doing what i said above.

Hope this helps :)
 
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