Acer had decided that due to a sudden problem where they could not find why the PC could not find an OS that the HDD must be bad. They sent new setup discs, and suggested a new HDD be installed and setup. When a new drive was purchased and installed the setup discs were used to install the Windows 7 OS. It appeared to go through the setup, and did show as finished, but with the reboot process it first gave a notice that setup could not complete with the installed hardware and needed to restart. With each successive trial to reboot it would ask to reinstall the setup discs. Each time now it says setup could not complete, and would restart again. Each and every time of a restart it does the same thing.Entering into BIOS setup and insuring the settings are correct will still restart to the same screens to install setup again. In the attempt to format the new drive to start again with installation, and insuring that the CD drive is first boot, will not change the entrance into the same screens for system setup. The PC still attempts to boot from the HDD even though it has been selected to be absolute last in the boot process, and the CD/ DVD first. Not even HDDeraser.exe CD is 'seen' in the boot process in the CD drive. Is there some other hardware or software issue that would cause this, or a problem in the Acer firmware?