remove android from net book

  talyho 22 Jun 11

Can any one please tell me if instant-on for android can be removed from my wifes (Acer Aspire one) she down loaded it from her user guide but it seems to have complicated her netbook for her as she is just starting on computing any help please

  Nontek 22 Jun 11

Try uninstalling it with this link text FREE version. Follow these instructions exactly.

During the un-install process you may be asked if you want to re-start your computer, DO NOT re-start at this point, let Revo continue. You will eventually get the option to Select All and to Delete - DO SO. You may be given the same options a second time, again DO SO, do not be picky, just accept all that Revo chooses. After clicking on Finish, re-start your computer.

  Woolwell 22 Jun 11

My understanding is the Android is provided for this netbook as a dual boot so that if you just want to browse on the net or e-mail Android gives you a quick start. I would be wary of removing it.

  Nontek 22 Jun 11

Woolwell - Hi, having been downloaded by user, I assume therefore that it is un-installable.

  Woolwell 22 Jun 11

Nontek - I think it was pre-installed - not sure what was meant by "downloaded from user guide". The user guide is normally on the system.

Which model Acer Aspire One?

  Woolwell 22 Jun 11

Is it this one D250 review

  Nontek 22 Jun 11

Woolwell Reckon you are right, but having read that review I can understand why the OP wants to get rid of the Android OS.


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