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As soon as i start the computer, it does that... I cant acces the recovery menu, and i need to recover it to defeult

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Try accessing the BIOS first.

  • F10 (if it's an HP - which it looks like)
  • System boot configuration
  • Boot options
  • Make sure the network adapter is set to hard drive
  • F10 to save any changes made
  • Follow on screen shortcuts for exiting without saving if the settings are correct.
  • Re-boot
  • If this solves the issue, 99.9 % chance you have a virus.

If that doesn't solve this issue, I would take a shot in the dark and say:
  • Hard drive has died. Some expertise needed to re-install operating system if you don't have the original recovery files provided by manufacture at time of purchase.
  • Operating system is corrupt from a virus, try booting with your recovery CD. Some viruses will corrupt your boot settings, so if nothing happens when you reboot you will need to go into the bios to reset the boot order (described above, change order to show cdrom/usb port - whatever devise you have your recovery information stored)
  • Memory is corrupt.


If it turns out to be caused by a virus, you will need to make sure it's removed or it will continue to cause issues. The best tips I can give you for that is to:
  • Download the virus scanner/removal tool on a different PC and save to a thumb drive.
  • If necessary and the software will not run, try saving as a different name, i.e., removevirus.exe can be saved as abc123.exe.
  • When installing onto the PC with issues, make sure to turn off all access to the internet. Depending on the type of virus it could simply re-install itself.
  • Run a removal/clean up tool that cleans up your registry, cookies and history; my personal favorites is CCleaner
  • Some instances it's easier to just wipe the hard drive completely and start fresh.

May I also suggest that to insure you are downloading safe and virus free products, that you download from CNET'Download.com Check the site, there is a ton of free software to help clean up most problems.
Hope this helps!

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It looks like a job for your operating system disk in the CD player! Put it in and boot from it going into repair disk mode.

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Looks like your hard drive failed try getting into the bios i would tell you how but you did not include computer mfg or any thing else

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virius in the system will cause that as the viris removes a few files that allough you to recover if you have a recovery disk try it if not maybe someone you know does becouse if you can't recover then you have to replace the operating system...
some times if you take out the hard drive and install it in another computer as a slave you can remove the virius and repair the system.. but you have to know how to do that

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SOURCE: i want to recover my computer to it is original coditio but i cant because my computer doesnt to start because it says that i dont have operation system in my computer for that i cant reach recovery f

hello if you have window 7 the easy way is reboot your pc and put the Disk in. it will give you option you want to recover or install the operation system . Window7 and Vista and kind of the same But xp you have to reinstall it. it doesn't give you recover option. please rate my comment

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