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Did not back up original and can't find the discs
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
After you Re-install the OS you can load your drivers after downloading it from this link plz double check see if its the right model i got for you,hope you get tru good luck
Posted on Nov 27, 2007
That is a good point the disk you have may be a restore disk. If it is you should be able to install the restore image by pressing F12 from boot to get the load from CD option.
The other question I have is what happened that cause you to have to reinstall in the first place. I would like to know as this might point to a bigger problem.
Posted on Jan 15, 2010
you probably have the solid state hard drive (4gb)... its not big enough to hold all the updates .. unfortunately the operating system comes with "auto update" turned on ... it will download updates until the drive is full then will crash .. one way to resolve this is to kill the internet so it cant log on ... you can disconnect or turn off your wifi or if you are fast enough you can use Fn F2 (turns off wifi) .. just watch the wifi light to make sure its off at boot .. there is a lag in response so its a bit tricky ...now once booted you can turn off "auto update" ...then you can turn your wifi or internet back on .. manually update only things you know you have room for .. if your 701 has a CF card slot (like my eeepc 900a . then that can be used as additional hard drive space ... during installation i made that the boot drive (advanced) (of course you cant remove it after that).. the new eeebuntu4 beta is a wonderful upgrade for the system .. but i could only get it working by using thhe CF drive as above.. if you havent already done so you can make a bootable USB jump drive .. you can run Ubuntu off that as well as install from that ...change the boot order in cmos ..to boot first from the Jump dirve ...
Posted on Apr 02, 2010
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