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I have Asus Laptop K42J every time stop on Asus screen i have to press F1 to startup the win

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Save BIOS settings and reboot.

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I have tried this, open the notebook from back and remove the CMOS battery and leave it for 12 hours, then boot the system and shutdown immediately and put CMOS battery on its place, then boot the system Junaid Pakistan

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SOURCE: i have an asus k42j

you have the NUMBER LOCK ON switch it off by pressing the fn key and look for numlk or number lock key written in the fn key colour.


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SOURCE: I need a user's manual

Hope this link helps -- http://www.gatzet.com/asus-eee-pc-user-manual-pdf.html
I am unfamiliar with the particular laptop, so I hope one of these applies. I've downloaded one of the winxp manuals, and it opens fine, so I can at least vouch for the legitimacy of the files.

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