Updating acer aspire one

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- Use the settings "FAT" and "Create a DOS startup disk": - Extract this ZIP file and point the "using system files" location to it.

- When its done formatting, close the program and copy all files from that ZIP file onto the USB stick. Plug it into your Aspire One, press power, press F2 at the ACER screen, and navigate to 'Boot' option. Then, Navigate to Quit, and select Exit Saving changes.

Lots of folk own one, lots of folk use one and lots of folk reckon the base model doesn't have enough memory.

The bundled Linux distro, Linpus, will work happily in 512MB, but if you want to replace it with a more capable, less limited version of the open source OS, we'd say upping the memory to 1GB isn't a bad idea, not least given how inexpensive extra Ram is these days.

There was no problem updating to Windows 10, and the OS felt snappy and responsive.

This was partly due to the fast processor and storage, but also because of the Precision Touchpad.

If the BIOS on an Acer laptop contains bugs, random errors will occur when attempting to use the PC.

Storage is handled by a 1TB hybrid hard disk, which has 8GB of SSD cache to make Windows and frequently used applications load faster.

It's a 15.6in laptop weighing a fairly sizable 2.4kg.

It's no featherweight, but 2.4kg just scrapes in as something I'd happily carry around in a sturdy backpack.

Processor: Dual-core 2.2GHz Intel Core i5-5200U, RAM: 8GB, Size: 500x306x68mm, Weight: 2.4kg, Screen size: 15.6in, Screen resolution: 1,920x1,080, Graphics adaptor: Nvidia Ge Force 940M, Total storage: 1TB hard disk I'm often asked which is the best laptop to play games for the least amount of money.

Sometimes the criteria are impossible to meet; I've had people ask for a machine to play the latest 3D games for under £350, which simply isn't going to happen.

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