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Something wrong in recovery disc

X04001100200001005 completed up 30% in im doin the factory reset there is message cause of this error. can u giv me the right soluation 2 this ...........................

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Check the disk for marks

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Android System Recovery


Obvious question is what the tablet had been doing during its' last use.
Was something newly installed, was system or apps updated, etc. ?
Were all the APPs and or system shut down properly ?
Did update or installation recommend restarting system, prior to use ? Were multiple installations / updates performed ?

Your device appears to be in a recovery boot-loop.
As stupid as this may sound ...
Is the power adapter connected ? Let battery charge for at least 30 minutes and try again.
If battery is low, it may not complete the reset. - you should have seen something on the screen, denoting " wipe and reset " procedure and completion - prior to (#1) Rebooting device

Per your post, you have already (#4) wiped the data and instructed the device to reset to factory settings, then (#1) Reboot system.
That is the generally accepted reset method

This problem is not all that uncommon, it generally results when attempting reset, internal boot commands error for what ever reason. ( can not find the factory restore / recovery file set ).

This problem is more common when "fixes ", Specialty " Roots " or "mods" have been installed by the user - making changes to the boot program and commands OR when manufacturer files have been deleted / moved from system access. - Common suggestion is to work backwards through the mod processes and / or attempt to re-install mod or follow the special mod recovery method.

Without having available the proper ROM " flash " update / installation file(s), and you may " brick " the device.
I recommend you go to manufacturer site and check for available ROM files, reset / reinstallation processes ( memory card method ? )

You state the tablet is less than six months old. You may want to contact manufacturer for possible warranty service.

They will most likely ask the referenced obvious questions, to better understand the cause / nature of the device failure and recommend the best immediate possible solution.

This may not be what you seek, I hope it will provide better direction.

Apr 20, 2014 | Hannspree SN10T1 101 Tablet

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IPhone factory (hard) reset. (Final)


If you are facing application and startup errors with your iPhone, and you may have tried to perform a 'soft' reset which failed to work, the only solution would be to perform a hard reset.

Some of these system errors may include, application launch failure, failure to be detected by iTunes, startup failure (iPhone may freeze on startup), the solution may perform a full factory reset.

The only bad side is that, you will lose all your data, but, you will have a functioning iPhone. If you had earlier backed up some data, you can perform a system restore after performing the factory reset.

To perform a full factory reset, follow the procedures below:

1.Press the home button (the big circle below the screen) and the sleep wake button (the button on top of the iPhone) simultaneously. Ignore the “Slide to power off” message.
2.Hold both buttons for about 10 to 15 seconds.
3.The iPhone will shut down.
4.Wait for about 10 to 15 seconds then turn the iPhone back on by pressing the sleep/wake button.
5.You should now see the Apple logo, your iPhone is restarting and thus booting up.
6.The hard reset will have completed successfully.

System Recovery:
After the hard reset has been successfully complete, it will not be functioning so you will have to perform a System Recovery.
Please note that System Recovery is different from data restore.

Follow these steps to perform system recovery:
1. Plug in the iPhone into your computer.
2. Run and open iTunes.
3. iTunes will prompt a message that says “iTunes has detected an iPhone in recovery mode.” Click OK.
4. You will be taken to the iPhone pane. Then, click on “Restore”.
5. Wait for the full restoration process to complete, and the iPhone will have been restored back to the state in which you had just bought it.

After the process is complete, you can restore your data from the backup you made, if you made any back ups before the problem occurred.

Thank you for using Fixya,
Kenneth.

on Apr 10, 2010 | Cell Phones

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IPhone factory (hard) reset


If you are facing application and startup errors with your iPhone, and you may have tried to perform a 'soft' reset which failed to work, the only solution would be to perform a hard reset.

Some of these system errors may include, application launch failure, failure to be detected by iTunes, startup failure (iPhone may freeze on startup), the solution may perform a full factory reset.

The only bad side is that, you will lose all your data, but, you will have a functioning iPhone. If you had earlier backed up some data, you can perform a system restore after performing the factory reset.

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1.Press the home button (the big circle below the screen) and the sleep wake button (the button on top of the iPhone) simultaneously. Ignore the “Slide to power off” message.
2.Hold both buttons for about 10 to 15 seconds.
3.The iPhone will shut down.
4.Wait for about 10 to 15 seconds then turn the iPhone back on by pressing the sleep/wake button.
5.You should now see the Apple logo, your iPhone is restarting and thus booting up.
6.The hard reset will have completed successfully.
System Recovery:
After the hard reset has been successfully complete, it will not be functioning so you will have to perform a System Recovery.
Follow these steps to perform system recovery:
1. Plug in the iPhone into your computer.
2. Run and open iTunes.
3. iTunes will prompt a message that says “iTunes has detected an iPhone in recovery mode.” Click OK.
4. You will be taken to the iPhone pane. Then, click on “Restore”.
5. Wait for the full restoration process to complete, and the iPhone will have been restored back to the state in which you had just bought it.
After the process is complete, you can restore your data from the backup you made, if you made any back ups before the problem occurred.
Thank you for using Fixya,
Kenneth.

on Apr 10, 2010 | Cell Phones

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Reset hp amd to factory settings


Hello,

The particular error code (1009) is a generic error code for 'interrupted' for system recovery. Meaning, somehow, the recovery process was interrupted. For most HP machines this can be a simple as a few keys being pressed on the keyboard, a power interruption, bad disc, faulty hard drive, or some other form of read error during the process.

Unfortunately, the error code isn't specific enough to give you the best possible troubleshooting information, but I shall try to help as much as I can.

If you can provide the exact HP model number, I can provide a more specific solution for you; but, if you have a Desktop or Notebook computer that uses F11 (on start-up) to enter into system recovery, then you can do the following:

  1. Click Next when Welcome to Recovery Manager displays.
  2. Select No and then click Next when Microsoft System Restore displays.
  3. Select Yes and then click Next when System Recovery displays.
  4. Select the appropriate item (backup file or not) and then click Next when Recover your computer to original factory condition displays.
  5. Allow the system recovery process to complete.
NOTE: The PC will appear to FREEZE for several minutes (it can take quite a while depending on the Operating System you are installing), so do not turn off the power to your machine. If the machine stays frozen for longer than several hours, then chances are the hard drive is having issues, or the recovery image cannot be recovered.

If you have tried the above steps, and you are still failing with Error 1009, it usually points to a failure with the recovery medium (image on a CD, or image on the hard drive), or that the hard drive it is restoring too is having a write/read error. This can be worked around if you have a USB recovery media you can use.

If you have access to another computer, you can create a recovery key on a USB stick to boot your HP computer from, and then kick off the recovery process that way.

Those options, however, shouldn't be taken unless you have tried the above solutions first.

Regards,

Phillip

Dec 23, 2013 | HP Pavilion Computers & Internet

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Error code f3-f200-0002 after recovery disks installed


Load the recovery discs again. This time when it gives you the options for Factory Reset etc., choose "Erase the Hard Drive."

Aug 23, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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Netgear wnr834b v2 not working cannot connect wirelessly error message reads 192.168.2 is managing this device


reset to factory default

press and hold reset button during the whole process and only release when completed.

1)press reset button 30 seconds
2)remove power cable 30 sec
3)plug in power cable 30 sec and then release.

You should no be set for 192.168.1.1
username admin
password is password

Apr 28, 2012 | NetGear Computers & Internet

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I am trying to restore to the original state with the three recovery disks my Vaio VGN-NW350F but it first showed an error 320 and then an error 330. Afterwards I cannot even run the program to restore...


1. For Error 320 or 330 , if possible, run the RAM hardware diagnostics to determine if the RAM has failed.
2. Disconnect all external hardware that is attached to the computer.
3. Reset the BIOS to the factory defaults.
4. If the RAM passes the test, only the HDD requires service.
This error also may occur if you are performing a system recovery on a new unformatted hard drive or if sector 0 of the hard drive was cleaned.
Select the "Restore Complete System" option from teh recovery discs and during the installation wizard choose YES for the option "Do you want to keep the factory default hard drive size?".

Jan 25, 2011 | Sony VAIO VGN-NR498E/S Notebook PC

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I have a toshiba a210 1as laptop and i want to restore to factory settings...But i dont have any discs with the laptop...Can i still do this without the disc? Im being told by friends that these laptops...


Hi,

What your friends have told you is correct for newer Toshiba models, they do have a "recovery partition"

Here is how you recover the OS >>>>>>

1, Make sure the laptop is turned off.
2, Hold down the zero (0) key and turn the laptop on, keep it pressed in until you see the "Toshiba Recovery Wizard" screen.
3, Choose the "Recovery of Factory Default Software" and click next.
4, The "Recovery of Factory Default Software" will appear.
5, Choose the "Recover to out-of-box-state" you will then get a message that all your data will be lost. Click next and the recovery process will start.

Once complete you will see a message that the HDD has been recovered.

Before you start the recovery process its a good idea to back up any data you have unless you not bothered or have already done so.



Reagrds.

Dec 04, 2009 | Toshiba Satellite A215-S7422 Notebook

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I have an acer t135 desktop and when using the recovery discs i had make it stopped on the last disc and is now not working at all and just shows the power light and a red light help neone pls


Can you put the last disc into some other CD/DVD reader, to confirm that it is readible?

Can you totally restart the recovery, to see if it stops at the same point?

Oct 10, 2009 | Acer Aspire T135 PC Desktop

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My hpdv6000 recovery got stuck at 98% and showed 5 mins remaining then after 15-30 mins it moved to 99% and still showing 5mins! its been 30 mins no action seems its stuck. I started the process by going...


Hello Humanold,

Please check the following recovery steps:

Full recovery by using recovery partition:

1. Reboot the notebook PC.
2. Keep tapping F11 when the Compaq logo displays.
3. When the Recovery Manager appears, click Next.
4. When prompted to use the Microsoft System Restore program, select No and click Next.
5. When prompted to use the System Recovery, select Yes and click Next.
6. Select the option to perform the recovery without backing up files and click Next.
7. Upon completion of the process, recovery will display "The PC Recovery was successfully completed".
The recovery process will return your PC to the factory image.

Full recovery by using recovery disks:

1. Open the disc drive door and turn off the PC.
2. Insert the first Recovery disc in the disc drive and close the door.
3. Press the power button to turn on the PC.
4. The HP Recovery Manager window appears during the boot process.
If the HP Recovery Manager can access the hard drive, a prompt is displayed to backup the user files before continuing the recovery.
If the HP Recovery Manager cannot access the hard drive to fix the system errors, the HP Recovery Manager will overwrite all the data and reconfigure the entire hard drive to its original condition.

5. Follow the prompts to insert any additional recovery discs in the disc drive.

Sep 10, 2008 | HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook

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