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I am selling this laptop and want to clear it.
Posted by Anonymous on
I was looking on the web a solution for your laptop. There are videos but for K53a, K53z, etc...
But follow this link that I think it explains on how to factory reset an Asus computer. How to Restore an ASUS Laptop to the Factory Settings
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Bottom line- You can't. Unlike other electrical equipment there is no magic "factory reset" button. You need at least an OS install disc and a back-up of the drivers. At one time the discs were supplied with PC's but this very rarely happens and the paperwork supplied normally advises you make your own back up discs before you get carried away, but it very rarely happens.
It may be worth looking at why you wish to restore to original, is it necessary?
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
Restart your computer and press F9 key when the computer is starting up.
On some computer you can press the F4 key and you will be able to activate the partition that is set inactive. After that your computer will restart and you can restore the system as you like. But the condition of course is that the drive is not corrupted which in that case means you will have to get the CD or the download your drivers.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
SOURCE: Selling my Toshiba laptop and
When your Toshiba Satellite laptop goes on the fritz, there are several instances where the best solution is to delete everything and start over. If your system frequently crashes or you can't remove a specific virus, you may want to restore the laptop back to original factory settings. While the easiest way to restore the system is to use the operating system restore disc, it is possible to restore the system without it. Each Satellite laptop also includes a hard drive recovery utility that lets you restore the operating system without the restore disc.
1. Take account of any files or programs you still want to use after the Toshiba laptop is restored back to its factory settings. Transfer the files to a backup location, such as a USB flash drive or external hard drive.
2. Restart the Toshiba Satellite laptop's operating system. Wait for the Toshiba logo to appear on the screen.
3. Press the key that brings up the hard drive disk utility menu. Depending on the specific model of your Toshiba Satellite laptop, the key will either be "0," "F1," or "F8."
4. Press "1" or click "Restore Original Factory Image." Click "Yes." Select "Next" to begin the restoration process.
5. Restart the Toshiba laptop computer when the restoration process finishes running. Follow the prompts that appear on the screen to set up the laptop's date, time and language settings.
6. Transfer the backup copies of the data you saved earlier back to the Toshiba's hard drive. Re-install any programs you need, such as your software firewall or anti-virus tool.
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Posted on Aug 16, 2011
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It sounds as though you have a defective tensioner. That's the spring loaded attachment that constantly keeps the belt tight.
Take your vehicle to AutoZone for a FREE diagnostic scan since the jerking may be unrelated to the loose belt.
All the best,
Posted on Nov 20, 2011
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