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Asus pro61s f8 on restart does not give option neither does f9 on asus logo when restarting.

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Well to avoid this problem you can do a hard reset, that reset set all the settings to factory default and it again format in fat file system, Turn the unit off. Hold your thumb on the bottom right of screen and turn it on, keeping your thumb there. Say "Yes" when prompted. Please post comments if further you have the same problem......

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replace hard drive,
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Factory reset Dell Inspiron 1500 windows 8


Restart your computer by clicking Start > arrow next to the Lock button > Restart.

As the computer restarts, press the F8 key until the Advanced Boot Options menu appears on the screen.

Note: You must press F8 before the Windows logo appears on the screen. If you press F8 after the Windows logo appears, the Advanced Boot Options menu will not appear on the screen. If you do not see the Advanced Boot Options menu, restart the computer, and then repeat this step until you see the menu on the screen.

Press the Down arrow to select the Repair Your Computer option on the Advanced Boot Options menu, and then press Enter. Select your language settings and then click Next.

Log in as an administrative user, and click OK. Then click the Dell Factory Image Restore option.

In the Dell Factory Image Restore window, click on Next. Check the box that reads Yes, reformat the hard drive and restore system software to factory conditions, followed by Next.

The computer will now restore to its default factory settings. Once the restore operation is completed, click on Finish to restart your computer.

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In recovery mode and lost power, then battery went dead. Now turn laptop on get the ASUS logo , in center, and Intel Logo, lower right corner, on black screen. Then black screen comes on again with...


Take disk out. Power down. Restart. See if will start up without a disk in it. Might be confused by your disk. Did you try to F8 or F9 while restarting to get into BIOS (trying to remember which one will boot you to BIOS). Then see if the CD/DVD was disable for boot up. Turn that back on if you can get into BOS so it will boot up you recovery disk.. If your OS is completely gone, you will have to reinstall...

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How do I coils start on a asus laptop F8 doesn't work


If you're not able to start it by using the advanced options, you can always run recovery by pressing F9 at startup (Asus logo).

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Reset asus eee top to factory setting


Open the display on your Asus and click the "Shut down" tab in the lower-right corner of the desktop.
Click "Yes" when prompted, to confirm.

Power on your laptop, and press the "F9" key when you see the logo screen.
A menu will pop up with a list of three options.
Select the "Restore Factory Settings" option (which is the last one in the menu).

Select "Yes" when prompted, then hit the "Enter" key to confirm the reboot.

Wait about 30 seconds for the system to restart, then agree to the licensing agreement when prompted.

Confirm your name, password and time and date when prompted.
Then wait as your computer configures.

hope this helps

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My asus eee pc will not start windows. I've tried pressing F2 (and the bios screen comes up) F7, F8 and F9 ask me if I want to run system recovery, but when I say yes, it acts like it's about to...


Restart your computer..start tapping F8 quickly..if you reaches advance boot menu..there select repair my computer..then select the language..then enter your username and password if you use any..in recovery options you can try startup repair or system restore options..lastly if nothing works then select the factory image restore which will take your computer to factory settings but delete everything

Aug 24, 2011 | ASUS Eee PC 1001PX (1001PXEU17BK) Netbook

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How to reformat an assus cg5275 wich key do i use to starty reformat


Usually f9 with assus
let me know if that worked best of luck

Mar 07, 2011 | ASUS Computers & Internet

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How do i reboot to original settings


if you are referring to the bios, go to the BIOS screen by pressing F2 when the Dell logo appears then look for the Load Defaults option usually under Maintenance category or by pressing F9 or ALT F9. if you are referring to the operating system and you are using Vista or Win 7, restart the computer and when the Dell logo appears, press F8 a few times to get to the advanced options menu where you can find the option to repair or restore the computer to factory configuration if still applicable

Jan 29, 2011 | Dell Inspiron 1200 Notebook

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I have a toshiba laptop & half the keys on the keyboard won't work


Try to go first to Safe Mode.

Bring up the "Start" menu. Select the "Shut Down" option and then click "Restart."

Wait for the Toshiba Satellite A105 laptop to begin its restart procedure. Press the "F8" key at regular intervals (every 3-4 seconds) when the Toshiba logo pops up on the screen.

Continue tapping the "F8" button until the advanced Windows options menu appears. Use the down arrow key to scroll through the list of advanced Windows options.

Highlight the option labeled "Safe Mode." Press the "Enter" key and wait for the operating system to load in safe mode.

On Safe Mode try to use the keys that are not working if it's woking it's a software problem and you need to have a System Restore for the laptop.

If it's still not working go to BIOS Settings of the laptop try to reset it to default settings.

Hit the "Power" button to turn on the computer. Press the F2 key on the keyboard. This must be done prior to the operating system loading; if the Windows OS logo has popped up, it is too late. Boot into Windows, restart the computer, and try again.

Pressing F2 on a Toshiba laptop takes you directly into the BIOS, and any settings can now be changed.

If you have successfully entered the BIOS Phoenix press F9 there will be an option that will pop out after pressing F9 the choose yes, after that press F10 there will be an option that says "Save and Quit." This will save any changes you've made, exit out of the BIOS, and restart the computer. Choose yes again, after that process the laptop will boot up now to your Windows Screen.

Try to use again the keys that are not working, if it's still not working definitely that's a hardware problem, you need to contact Toshiba Technical Support here's the phone number

800-247-7777

to assist you further with this problem or you can drop your laptop to a nearest Authorize Service Provider for Toshiba near in your place.

Hope this helps. :-)

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I would like to know the shortcut key(? alt F9) to completely autoreinstall windows in dell inspiron 6400


if you are talking about the factory settings restore
1: windows XP- restart.. on dell logo hold down ctrl and tab F11 and push the restore tab as u see it
2: vista- restart .. on dell logo tap F8 and select repair my computer.. login as admin.. from the list choose dell factory image restore and confirm data deletion.

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