ACER ASPIRE E1-571 UEFI DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||6.1 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows 2008, Windows Vista|
|Price:||Free* (*Free Registration Required)|
ACER ASPIRE E1-571 UEFI DRIVER
In Troubleshoot, select Advanced options. Step 5: The main task comes now.
Things are slightly different for you here as by default Acer does not allow you to disable secure boot. Using arrow keys, move to Security tab.
This is mandatory in order to disable secure boot or else secure boot option will always be greyed out. Also, either save this password somewhere safe where you can access it years later as well or simply clear it after disabling secure boot.
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Once you have set the supervisor password, move to Boot tab now. Press enter and change its value to Disabled. Feel free to drop your questions and suggestions in the comment box below.
You should then navigate inside EFI partition. Save your changes and reboot. On reboot press F12 to select bootloader.
Select it to see if you can boot into Clover and then to Yosemite. Go into System information.
Toggle display does nothing but spawns a following message to kernel log: Unknown function number - 2 - 97 in the case of brightness control button presses are reported correctly through ACPI I guessnonetheless brightness does not change and following message is written to dmesg: Unknown function number - 4 - 0 Update: On board I have Intel Core i 2. Third nice piece of hardware is definitely the LCD. Keyboard Acer Aspire E1-571 UEFI cheap.
Is it possible to install for the Windows 7 system the graphic driver from Windows 8 (Uefi)? How about trying to set the partition tables to GPT instead of insecure MBR, and install Windows 7!???
Microsoft Windows 7 cannot install to a GPT drive (bootable) unless UEFI is enabled. I have purchased a Aspire E1 that had windows 8 on it.
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Now i am not a expert on UEFI and legacy or GTP and MBR but i am sure there is.