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Read disc error and error 0xd000000a

  • Windows Vista
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Last response: in Windows Vista
April 25, 2010 4:12:10 PM

Hi,I have a Acer aspire AX1200-U1711A desktop.It is about 1yr and a couple months old. I bought it with no hard drive ,i put a new hard drive in it ,and has sticker on side of computer Windows Vista Home .I sent for discs from Acer with ID number and they sent 1 system and 2 recovery disc.I tap f-12 and follow steps put each disc in and last disc gets to 90% and says error 0xd000000a and then says crlt-alt-delete to start again,pops up screen safe mode ,safe mode with networking and so on . Do i need a vista operator system to install,or does those discs have that in them,Please help. Thanks

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April 27, 2010 12:13:29 AM

Matan Eldan said:
There is a similar thread here in Tom's forum, that is related to your problem:

If you haven't find solution over there - please let me know, so I'll be able to five your further help.

Hello, that thread sounds similar to mine ,i have a new hard drive ,I have my discs for my Acer desktop that they sent,put it in and get that read disc error press keys ctrl-alt-delete at the same time and goes right back to read disc error.I know you read my first thread and got to 90% installation and then it said failed and had 0xd000000a error, Thanks
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September 11, 2010 8:46:33 PM

I have a similar issue, and I was also told that it was likely my hard drive, but I DID replace my hard drive and the same problem happens.

I have an Acer Aspire 5920G laptop (wow all the issues seem to be with Acer Aspires... hmmm). It was freezing and acting up so I decided to do ANOTHER factory restore with my set of discs I purchased from Acer. This has always seemed to work in the past, but this time... I get to disc 3 (at 100%) and it comes up with an error message that says, "Restore failed - reason 0xd000000a. Click OK to restart the computer". So, when I do restart the computer, it says, "BOOTMGR MISSING Press CTRL+ALT+DEL to restart".

January 27, 2012 6:48:08 PM

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January 27, 2012 6:48:11 PM

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