Always install Windows on the computer that it should run from. Installing on a PC and running on a laptop won't work, as you experienced.
Now, on the laptop, use Acers eRecovery to go back to factory conditions and all will be fine, unless the keyboard problems are caused by a hardware issue. But that's easy to check in the BIOS setup or after booting from any Linux Live disc or stick.
Hello, I have an Acer Aspire One 722, AMD Dual Core processor, 2 GB DDR3 RAM, 500 GB HD, OS Win7 32bit.
Recently I was having problem with my keyboard. some of the buttons won't work and some remained always active. I thought it to be a malware problem because my brother used to download documents from unsecured sites. I removed the HD and connected it to my pc and did a new windows setup formatting the previous windows setup local disk. I put it back on the netbook after the windows installation. Everything went perfect until the windows starting monitor pops up. At that "Windows is starting" monitor when the four light rays meet up in a position, at that very moment the window turns blue(with some writings on it which I couldn't see) for about a second and the netbook restarts. This process continues. Can anyone help me with this case?