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Hard disc error

I have a iQon base unit. The screen is black with green writing. It has a built in recovery system. We have tried pressing F10 to get the recovery menu up but nothing is happening. Do I need to replace the hard disc

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  • Tuki78 Nov 29, 2008

    Hi, I have the same problem, I have a recovery CD that gets frozen at 22 %. Is it the hard disk that doens't work properly?

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Thak you

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@lizegim

HP laptops have a built-in recovery mode on the system wherein you don't need to use a disc to restore it to factory default. The hotkey for the recovery is the F10 key. After you press the power button, you need to simultaneously press the F10 key to start system recovery. If this one won't work and gave you like an "I/O Error" or "Error 0x000000E" or something similar then that means that the HDD is already defective and needs replacement and you need to order the recovery discs from HP at 1-800-474-6836. If you're still under warranty, they'll replace the HDD and give the Recovery Discs to you for free.

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Usually that error means that there is a problem with your Windows operating system or your hard drive is faulty.

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If no recovery, then reinstall the operating system with a Windows CD. If no CD or problems, occur, then your hard drive is probably faulty and needs to be replaced.

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off the computer , again start it and press f 5 kay select safe mode then enter key press
if it load op system and u have seen all it mean your op system has problum

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