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Asus recovery. unable to use f9 key or recovery cd.

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  1. Since you have a Dell laptop, you can go about fixing it this way:
  2. Right click anywhere on your desktop screen; then look for and move your cursor on "Graphics Options."
  3. Then look for and move your cursor on "Rotation."
  4. Now click on "Normal." Then it should put your screen back to the upright position.
    If you don't have the option to fix it like above (method #1), there are shortcut keys you can try. Press on these keys and hold them down at the same time: CTRL and ALT and UP ARROW. For whichever way your screen is rotated, by pressing those 3 keys at the same time should put your screen back to the upright position.

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SOURCE: White screen that reads ERROR after failed recovery

i can tell you how to fix this but it would require a $80 investment on your part. There is an excellent program called Spinrite 8.0 . It comes from Gibson research company. It comes with FreeDos installed for just these kind of problems. go to your BIOS and set it to load from cd. insert the disk and reboot. Use option 5 to repair your HDD. Now this can take a few hours or a few days depending on how damaged your HDD is. But I have fixed countless pc's and laptops with the same problem. if you don't want to make the investment use a torrent site and DL it for free (although this does violate copyrite) it will save you the $80.

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