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Hi try starting the system in safe mode by hitting f8 when the system is starting up then run system restore once the system completes the booting process. The easiest way to get to the system restore is by typing "system restore" into the search bar of the start menu. Pls note that this is for windows. Hope this helps
What's the model and make of your pc? The last operating system, was it preinstalled or you installed it yourself?
Most companies create a hidden restore partition and you can use this to restore/format/reinstall the operating system.
Other option: Assuming you installed windows 1. If system restore is enabled, go to: a. Start b. Programs c. Accessories d. System Tools e. click on System Restore. 2. Once system restore is loaded, restore your system into the first day you installed the machine. This is like setting your system back to its original setup.
What operating system are you running ? If you are running XP then go to start - All Programs - then to accesories- then to system tools -then to system Restore then highlight the date to take it back to and hit next . you may have to try a couple times to get a good Restore date but that is ok not to worry.It will Run and then Restart then tell you that is complete or tell you it couldn't Restore . No problem continue on untill you get a good date as I said before.
open disc drive (cd rom) place restore disc in . turn off computer and turn it back on. follow instructions on screen. on re-boot you might have to hit the f8, f10 or f12 key to get started if you can, go to e-machine.com to get tech advice.
Hi, The problem is caused by bad drivers not being able to load up, when you are in safe mode perform a system restore and take the computer back to a date before the problems arose, the computer should boot up fine once system restore is complete.
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PC Recovery and Piracy
MEDION strongly supports efforts within the software industry to combat piracy, as it helps ensure that customers may confidently buy legal software. When you acquired your new MEDION PC, MEDION provided you with an option that can be used if you need to recover the genuine Microsoft® operating system that has been preinstalled on your machine.
All of the recovery solutions will address the extremely rare instances of failure due to operating system file corruption or modification or hardware failure. In no way do these options limit your ability to add or remove new hardware and software to your PC, or limit your ability to make a backup copy of the operating system.
The recovery media options that MEDION provides for our variety of products are:
CD Media − which are often called "recovery CDs". This is a CD or DVD clearly marked with the PC Manufacturer's brand that can only be used on the PC you purchased. The media will be included as part of the materials you received at the time of purchase and will include all files necessary to restore the operating system on the PC.
Hard Drive-based Recovery System − Recovery files are placed on a separate partition of the hard drive that can be accessed if system recovery is needed. No CDs are needed and in most cases the PC can "heal" itself.
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1 Turn off the PC. If necessary, press and hold the On button until the PC turns off. 2 Disconnect all peripheral devices from the PC except the monitor, the keyboard, and the mouse. 3 Press the On button to turn the PC on. 4 During the startup, do the following to enter the System Recovery program: When the blue screen with the HP Invent logo appears, press the F10 key on the keyboard. (You have only a few seconds to press the F10 key before the normal startup process continues.) 5 The PC starts the recovery; wait for the onscreen instructions to display, and then follow those instructions.Please select non destructive recovery which will make all your data safe. 6 Complete the PC startup, and finish the registration process. Then reconnect all peripheral devices. starting system recovery if the pc is not responding
Go into system restore under windows system tools and rest your restore point to one prior to restoring your computer to original factory condition. Then wait until you can determine which configuration error is the problem and then restore to original settings. Good Luck