Question about ASUS Computers & Internet
I have 247 problems on my laptop that i use as desktop VERY serious WANT IT PUT BACK TO FACTORY SPECS JUST AS IF I JUST TOOK OUT OF THE BOX (new)I will need step by step help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: bsod have a Asus notebook
Do you have a manual for your Asus notebook If not
www.Asussupport.com type in your make model and operating system and look for the manual
download it and save it to desktop documents or a pendrive or burn to cd very usefull for future reference
and you will prob need adobe reader installed ( Its a free download ) to be able to read the manual
Posted on Dec 18, 2010
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It sounds as though you have a defective tensioner. That's the spring loaded attachment that constantly keeps the belt tight.
Take your vehicle to AutoZone for a FREE diagnostic scan since the jerking may be unrelated to the loose belt.
All the best,
Posted on Nov 20, 2011
Most laptop computers come pre-manufactured with what is referred to as a "recovery partition". This is a semi-hidden area of the hard drive that maintains a carbon-copy of the original installation that came on the unit. It is there in the event you need to do just such a thing as you desire. Accessing the partition varies dependent upon the manufacturer and model of the device. Most have a hotkey combination that must be pressed when turning the PC on to access the recovery software on the recovery partition (this key action is built into the machine's BIOS and cannot be erased). If you have your original documentation, there should be a section on troubleshooting and/or recovery. If you don't have the documentation, you can go to the ASUS global webite and using your model number, get the information you need.
Posted on Dec 10, 2011
Read the manual. Hopefully your manufacturer has a recovery partition on your hard drive because if you trying to do it with a set of cd's good luck because most times it don't work.
Your manual will tell you what key to press to start the System Recovery. Of course you'll lose all your data.
Posted on May 08, 2012
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