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power on your netbook
press delete to go to bios setting
goto boot or boot device priority
then set it to harddisk(your current setting is pxe or network boot)
then press f10 to save
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Unfortunately the Recovery partition could not be reacreated manually. But you can recover it by using the Y410 Recovery Disc but that means reinstalling everything and youll end up with windows vista again. You can reinstall XP but do not delete the partition that usually has 10-15GB of space because that is the hidden partition for the recovery. You can call 18774536686. If your computer is out of warranty, it would only cost you 59$ for the recovery disc
when system boots up in the very beginning look how to get into safe-mode its usually f8 key you will be able to enter your pc,and go to control panel and try to delete user account or reset password in user accounts, hope this helps
If your PC has experienced physical trauma your harddisk may be damaged, causing it to use longer time reading/verifying data.
The first thing you might try is to defragment the drive. After being used for a while, files may be spread over the disk in small pieces causing it to take a longer time to read. (Compare it to spreading the pages of a book all over the house - it will take time to collect each page when you read the book)
In XP this is located under Control panel -> Performance and Maintenance -> Administrative Tools -> Computer Management -> (Disk defragmenter in the tree menu to the left)
You can also try to run some anti-adware software. If your computer is infected with such it may be slowed down conciderably.
Another thing is to disable programs that you don't really use. Lots of them show up as icons in your system tray, and they take resourcesalthough you may not be using them. If you don't use them on a daily basis, disable them and start them manually only when you need them.