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I resolved the issue. After ordering a new laptop screen with no success fixing the issue, I suspected the LCD Cable may the issue, as the pin connected fit rather loosely into the screen and was easy to knock out. Sure enough, after replacing the LCD Cable the issue was fixed and the laptop is good as new!
Completely shut down Windows 8, rather than use (default) hybrid shutdown, before trying to reboot, because startup after hybrid shutdown may bypass BIOS setup. To force immediate full shutdown, you can open a Command Prompt and enter shutdown /s /f /t 0. You may need to hold F2 before pressing power, since reboot is fast. See this thread from the Acer ...
F2 is usual on Acers but it might also be F10. Keep tapping F2 repeatedly after switch-on until a screen appears.
if you setup the driver and you are sure about it, then your problem from "network controller driver" uninstall the driver then use driver booster it's free app to find & setup the driver, make a restart and that's it :)
As mentioned in the comments, it appears that your drive has some serious issues. The list of files and folders is kept in a catalogue separate to the data which is why you can see one but cant access the other. As Ramhound states, you would need to use disk recovery tools to recover the data. Unfortunately, most of those are not free. So it may simply be ...
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