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If you set the bios to boot from USB. Place your USB Bootable stick into the USB socket and boot from it.
Windows will find the hdd and format it before putting Windows on it.
What has happened is the hdd name is missing from the system and it requires initializing before you can see it.
Use System Restore. Open System Restore by clicking the Start button , clicking All Programs, clickingAccessories, clicking System Tools, and then clicking System Restore. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
Choose the first system restore point to restore factory settings. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/What-is-System-Restore
Yes you can - I a m not sure where you can get the original OS for that model, however installing an OS on that model using a bootable USB is possible. Use this link to find instructions on how to for Windows OS's -
If I am not mistaken, the original OS on the Asus is a Linux OS which I think will require you to use a program called unetbootin to make the bootable USB. Use this link for unetbootin http://unetbootin.net/
You can also perform the same task using an external hard drive.
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