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Battery died mid factory reset

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My acer notebook wad running really slow and had a few issues seemed to be a memory problem even though I had absolutely nothing on there. Soo... I tried a factory reset or system reset or something (I know very little about these things) and my batter died! Now when I turn it on the initial acer screen comes up for a few seconds, then the screen goes blank and this will repeat for as long as I let it. What can I do to fix this if possible? I have no windows discs or anything like that.
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You learned the hard way that you should never do a factory reset in a laptop without first making sure its power adapter is plugged in.

When your laptop ran out of power and shut down during the factory reset process, it corrupted the process and no longer has a workable Windows operating system.

Hopefully, the built-in factory partition is still intact and undamaged and will allow you to start over.

It was plugged in when I started the process my Mrs unplugged from the socket to charge her phone and didn't tell me -_-

How would I go about starting the process again if it allows me?
The documentation for your Acer notebook should tell you how to do a factory reset.
That information may also be available in its on-line support site.
What's the exact SNID number and serial number on it?

I don't Evan have any of the documents for it anymore.
SNID: 63603754876
S/N: NXSHPEK002636092AC7600
You appear to have an Acer Aspire One 1-132 11.6" netbook which came with Windows 10 Home 64-bit, and which appears to have come with these hardware specs:
Intel Celeron N3050 1.60 GHz dual core processor
32 GB eMMC storage drive

The primary reason why you have a slowness issue with your netbook is because of its weak processor and having only 2 GB of RAM.
We also don't know how you use it and how well you maintain it, so that can have a negative impact on speed and performance.

This is the "Contact Acer" support website.

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