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ASUS laptop stuck at logo

My ASUS laptop is stuck at the boot logo, after I tried to install Windows. I deleted a partition, but the program crashed, and I had to shut down the computer. Now it won't get past the boot logo. I can't get into the BIOS, or the boot logo (esc or F2). When I press CTRL-ALT-DEL, it flashes black and goes back to the boot logo. I currently have a Dualboot Windows 7/Ubuntu on the laptop, but the partitions are messed up and I want to remove ubuntu, so I have just a windows partition. How can I get into the boot menu? Thanks for your help

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One option is to do a reset to the whole computer but be warned you WILL LOSE ALL YOUR FILES. now if you still want to go on what you will do is when you turn it on hit the F9 key and it will take you to recovery mode are it should

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Testimonial: "I already transferred al my data to my other PC, so it doesn't matter if all data gets lost. The problem is the F9 key does nothing. I also tried taking out the battery and charger and pushing the power button for about 10 seconds, but no effect either."

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