Question about Medion Computers & Internet
If you still have a recovery partition, repeatedly press F11 after start up.
Posted on Apr 26, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your best bet is to hope it goes up in flames then you can claim off your insurance, the problem can't be fixed.
I have the same machine but with mine it got hot and the graphics processor has burnt out, it seems to be common with this model.
I can't even connect to an external monitor as everything to do with the VGA is fried and Medion support are useless.
I'll never buy a Medion again even though my previous two going back 8 years still work if somewhat slow.
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
Providing the laptop was built after 2005 then there should be a recovery partition on the laptop.
Turn the laptop on and repeatedly press the F10 key, this should get you into the recovery partition and allow you to factory restore the laptop.
Posted on Jun 28, 2010
SOURCE: I have an Eee PC
Perhaps. Can you get into safe mode and load windows?
These days your factory image is saved on a partition on the hard drive. Once we get this fixed I strongly recommend you back that up to a disk.
As you power up/boot your computer press and hold F8. You'll get a black screen with several options one of which is Safe mode with internet access. Allow to boot to windows.
From Windows go to Control Panel, from "Tools" select "Folder Options" then "View Options" Then under "Advanced Settings" select "Show hidden files and folders" Click OK.
You may have to reboot and go back into safe mode as above.
Once you have windows back up.... Right-click the start button and select EXPLORE. This will bring you to your file structure in windows. Use the drop down to see the various drives. Your Factory settings are probably on drive H.
Let me know if you get this far.
Posted on Sep 21, 2010
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