It really depends, bittorrent is a nice p2p network that gets good speeds (as long as you upload in proportion to what you download)
80 KB/s (640 kbps) is not that hard to max out about half of the time.
Shanto - It's just the way Acer partition it, I'm not sure exactly why they chose two partitions (FAT32 for XP....why?!).
I think that every time you restore using the the provided cds, it will create those same two partitions.
slinger, it might still be worth contacting Acer by email or phone just in case they have modified their policy and have not yet updated the site. (It's a long shot, but it does happen from time to time)
SideBurns - no problem at all, I was only mentioning the fact that the 2012WLMi does not have the arcade partition just so you know that I didn't have first hand knowledge about how to deal with it.
The 2000 series and 202X series...
slinger, I'm not sure if it applies in the UK, but Ferrari3200 mentioned that Acer may have changed their policy.
Also, in the UK you are legally entitled to return a product for a refund (not including postage fees) for any reason at...
Originally Posted by Jeff F.
@Odie: I ended up saying "what the hell" and ordered the drive. Should be here Friday. I'll take a few pictures of how to swap out the memory and the drive(which looks...
SideBurns - The 2012WLMi model which is being discussed mainly in this thread does not have the Aspire Arcade partition, however, my guess is that the restore cds that come with the 202X will recreate the Aspire Arcade partition on the...