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Trying to restore to factory default using f10

Wont respond when f10 is pressed nothing hppens

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  • Anonymous Feb 17, 2009

    I dont have cd but I guess I can get fron hp

  • Ben Wabnick
    Ben Wabnick May 11, 2010

    If F10 isn't bringing you into the system recovery for your compaq then your recovery partition is corrupt and you'll need to use the discs to restore your system back to factory defaults. Do you have the discs?

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Hi there
if you have your restore cd that came with the computer install it and turn off the computer than restart the computer and the cd will come upo saying welcome to windows restore than it will ask you if you want to restore and say yes and let it do that than when it is done it will reboot the computer

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Go to Start/All Programs/HP Tools/HP PC System Recovery

If this doesn't work then try pressing the F10 key multiple times during the bootup to access the recovery console.

If this still doesn't get things fixed then you need to re-install XP

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If its only 3 mnths old should still be under WARRANTY take it back
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    Trying to restore to factory default using f10


    try to remove the bios battery for a second..it will reset the bios to the factory settings ...it might just work ...
    I believe that the problem its one that developed after you changes some settings or after you installed some device that use that key for a different action ...

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