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Wlan? Go to powersettings, advanced powersetting, change plans and adjust the wlan's powersettings to maximum at all power-modes.
Posted on Nov 10, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are other options, such as choosing System Restore via Programs - Accessories - System Tools .. which would take your laptop to an earlier date, which could resolve problems.
But, if you want to know how a Factory Restore is done for your system (it's a long process), here it is:
1. Upon boot, select F8 until the menu
"Advanced Boot Options" appears.
2. Choose "Repair your Computer" (use Up/Down keys if necessary to find) and hit Enter.
3. Once Windows has loaded a few files, "System Recovery Options" will appear.
4. Under "Select a language" and "Select a keyboard layout:" specify the language and keyboard layout. As a rule, the language will be automatically recognized by
the system and is marked in grey.
5.Click on "Next".
6. Under "User name:" enter the user name and the "Password". The user name will also be available in the selection menu and can be called up by clicking on the
black triangle. If you have not assigned a password for the user selected, leave the "Password" field empty. Then click on "OK".
7. In the following "System Recovery Options" menu, select the option "Fujitsu Siemens Computers Recovery" with the sub-item "Easy backup and recovery
of your system".
8. In the next menu, select "Restore the as-delivered status" and click on "Next".
9. In the menu "Restore factory default settings", choose the option "From hard disk (recommended)" from "Select source" and confirm with "Next".
10. The next message informs you that all data could be lost. Once you have confirmed this message, your system is restored.
On completion of the restoration process, a confirmation message will be displayed.
11. Select "Exit" to close the process.
12. In the following "System Recovery Options" menu, select "Restart".
13. After the restart, you must make some adjustments. To do this, follow the onscreen instructions.
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Posted on Sep 11, 2009
OK, here is what you need to do, you need to get a USB - DVD dongle, either SATA or IDE. Similar to this at this link. http://cgi.ebay.com/USB-2-0-TO-SATA-IDE-ADAPTER-CABLE-4-DVD-CD-HARD-DRIVE_W0QQitemZ220544495390QQcmdZViewItemQQptZLH_DefaultDomain_2?hash=item335979ef1e#ht_4098wt_1152 Get your recovery DVD, put it into the DVD. Then, set the eeepc to "BOOT" from removeable media. The PC should then boot of the DVD and you can then install OR repair the install. I have included a link that gives you a step by step. http://www.sampletheweb.com/2008/01/05/installing-windows-xp-on-the-asus-eee-pc/
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
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Right after you press the start (power on) button for the notebook, tap the F9 key about once every second (do NOT hold the button down, as this will cause the machine to think there is a problem with the keyboard, and generate a 303 KEYBOARD ERRER) to take you into the system repair subroutine. There should be an option for "Factory Restore", however, you'll may need to dig a little to find it. Once you select the factory restore option and the process begins, DO NOT interrupt the restore process at ANY time!!! (also, be sure the notebook is plugged in to an AC outlet, as battery power may not be sufficient for this task, and the restore process goes fast on AC power anyway.
Posted on Nov 04, 2010
ASUS netbooks have a Boot Booster which renders all activity obsolete, you need to disable the boot booster first.
First you need to access the BIOS/Setup Utility, on an ASUS machine/Motherboard you need to hit "Del" or "F2" not F9 at this stage.
Once in the Setup Utility, using your arrow keys navigate to the Boot options page. Using down arrow key navigate to Boot Booster option and hit Enter to disable. Once the option is disabled navigate to the last tab Exit, and using down arrow key to navigate to Exit and Save Changes.
Your laptop will then reboot and as soon as it does you may start to hit "F9" which will start the Factory Settings utility. You can then follow the on screen instructions to continue wit the resetting of your machine.
Posted on Jan 13, 2011
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