To clarify on the previous post (since their copy of Win10 is in German, not English):
The 'Time & language' tile is the one on the bottom-right corner after opening the Settings app, and looks like a clock stacked with a letter A and a Chinese/Japanese character. In 'Time & language', further select the second option (region and language) from top.
Click the button with the large plus sign to open the 'Add a language' window. There, each language will be displayed in its own language, e.g. Deutsch, English, Italiano, etc. Click on one of the English languages (there will be US, UK, South African, etc.). Back in the language list you should see 'English <whichever dialect you choose>' under 'Deutsch'. Highlight English by clicking on it and 3 buttons will appear under it. The one in the middle is 'options'. Click that and you will be given the option to download. It should be something similar to 'herunterladen' or 'installieren' in German.
In the language list, highlight English again and click the left button this time ('set as default'). The language should be changed to English after a log-off or restart.
Note: you will need to be logged in as an administrator, and internet connection is required if the English language pack is not already installed. Also, I am typing this from a Linux computer and have no access to a Win10 PC, so anyone please feel free to add more details or correct anything I may have not gotten right.
Your model is similar to E5-771, removing the back cover instruction in this video(sorry, it's in German but easy to follow)
You need to remove 4 screws to take out the old HDD(circled) and disconnect the SATA connector(Arrow).
Go to Acer support driver download site and download the version 188.8.131.5218, extect it, then go to Device manager and uninstall Realtek driver, without rebooting install the driver from Acer and see whether it helps.
Hi Nigel---Didn't notice that you started a new thread that was related to the old thread, "
I'm still waiting for an answer on the unrecognised SNID for the recovery media. But I think the pricing differential has something to do with it!
All I can say if that if I had the 5750 media, and it was my 5750, I'd give it a go and try to upgrade it back to Win7! 8^) But it's not mine! Jack E/NJ
We’re thrilled to hear that you have enjoyed your Aspire V 11 notebook. Thank you for taking your time to write this post and for your contribution to science! Watch out for those tropical mosquitoes, it is my experience that they can sense fear