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Stuck during boot

Yesterday i made recovery disks and his morning planned on re-installing a fresh copy of windows 7. turned on the computer to get started and its stuck at the ASUS logo. no options no loading from disk...nothing.

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    boosh818 Jan 23, 2013

    Solution for ASUS k52f sticking on the logo (If it will go to BIOS, when you remove HDD)
    Hey guys. So I was sure the issue was going to end up being in the HD or the DVD RW. I hit the ol google searching with the basic hope of finding a function key that perhaps I didn\'t know about. All I found was a bunch more people complaining of the same issue. Which leads me to believe there may have been an issue with the original hardware (HDD in particular) they originally used. So let\'s look at a better option. Replacing the HDD means you are not going to have the factory recovery partition (which is bad anyway) anymore BUT this is a blessing! They give you few options for partitioning AND it\'s loaded with BLOATWARE out your bum! LOL Well you have a windows key on the bottom of your computer so this will work on 99.999% of all PCs.
    This article will help you to make a legal copy of the Windows Install Disk which you can use along with your product key on the bottom. Best part is, NO LIMITATIONS! You get to make your own partitions and afterwards you just go to PC Manufacturer Website to get the drivers you want and not the remaining garbage they want you to have. I am a big fan of ASUS and all, but they all give us that space hogging junk we don\'t ever open. Not to mention, those of you that made the recovery DVDs, good luck when it don\'t recognize the original HDD you had burn out on you. LOL! Anyway I hope this article helps others as well. Thanks for the input anyway guys!
    Hope this helps!
    Sincerely,
    "The Grumpy Bald PC Tech!"

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Pop back into the bios and make sure the boot order is correct (cd first), and make sure that you exit and SAVE.
Look out for the press any key to boot fron cd.
If no luck, can you try the disc in another computer to see if it is bootable

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