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Find a boot device?


You need to obtain a recovery CD for your operating system. It will give you some recovery options which may work. If not you will probably have to reload the operating system. You might be lucky and there is a hidden recovery partition to set the machine back to factory state. Google your machine for recovery partition option.

Dec 27, 2014 | Averatec Computers & Internet

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How do I install recovery discs


Performing a system recovery is destructive process and will destroy your as-is system and data, and return it to as-shipped state.
Basically, to perform a system recovery from your recovery disk(s) [which is what I assume you mean by 'install recovery discs], insert the (first) disk in your CD or DVD tray, and turn your computer on; enter the BIOS set-up and select boot device = device in which you have put your recovery disk. Save the changes, and continue to boot. Subsequently, simply follow the instructions in the menu.

I recommend you follow your manufacturer's instructions for performing a system recovery. HP's are here http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?cc=uk&lc=en&dlc=en&docname=bph07145#N449
A more general outline is given here
http://www.ehow.com/how_6797889_restore-using-system-recovery-disc.html

Do not forget to update your drivers and other software after you have finished because what you have recovered to is the state that your computer was in when it left the factory, not the state it was in immediately before you performed the recovery. (barring any hardware changes that may have occurred of course)

27.April.2014

Apr 27, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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How to restore factory settings on the l-305


restar and as booting continuoasly hit f11 to do a restroe.
Your f key recovery depends on laptop model and type.
Usually tells you on boot up what key to hit for restore/recovery.

Apr 15, 2013 | Toshiba Satellite L305-S5921 Notebook

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Resetting a hp 5150


The only real way (using WinXP) is to use recovery discs and reinstall from scratch. You can also just uninstall all the additional programs you've installed as well as your user files. that may take a bit longer than using the recovery CD's. if you're trying to boot from the recovery CD press F2 at boot (or whatever key to enter bios) and change your boot order to start with the CD/DVD drive.

Jun 30, 2012 | HP Computers & Internet

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How to restore to factory settings


You should have either a recovery partition on the hard drive or a set of recovery DVDs. HP tends to favor having both available. Power on the computer and you should get options such as Press F9 for boot menu / setup press F# for recovery. Press whichever key it states for recovery (typically it is F11). It will load into a recovery GUI select destructive recovery/restore This will delete everything and restore the computer to factory defaults. If you need to go the DVD route. Insert the first DVD and reboot the computer. Make sure that the computer is in boot from DVD drive first.

Dec 08, 2011 | HP Pavilion dv9310us Notebook

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Need recovery disk for hp mini 2140


Hi

you could try this if it helps


There are two ways to access Roxio BackOn Track to recovery the computer, either through the boot menu, or through the Windows Start menu.
    You can use the boot menu to restore your computer to a previous working state or to return the computer to the state it was in before the last time it was restored.
    1. Press the power button to turn on the HP Mini.
    2. Press and hold down the f6 key to open the Windows Boot Manager, use the down arrow key to select Roxio BackOnTrack , and then press the enter key to open Roxio BackOn Track.
    If you can access Windows, in addition to restoring your computer to a previous working state, you use other options, such as Disaster Recovery.
    1. Click Start , All Programs , Roxio , BackOnTrack , and then BackOnTrack Home to open Roxio BackOn Track

    Hope this helps you

Aug 19, 2011 | HP Mini 2140 Notebook

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I have acer aspire 4736z laptop, it have started problem pleace tell me what can i do?


Any problem aside from hardware can usually be resolved by doing a recovery..
NOTE: DOING A RECOVERY WILL WIPE THE SYSTEM CLEAN AND TAKE IT BACK TO FACTORY STATE, PURCHASED STATE, IT IS RECOMMENDED IF YOU HAVE DOCUMENTS THAT YOU NEED TO BACK UP BEFORE DOING A RECOVERY.
if all is well then follow these steps to do recovery...
ALT+F10
tap both while booting computer
press enter at the "edit boot options" screen
select "restore to factory defaults"

Enjoy!!

PS if you erased the recovery, disks are available at
https://secure3.tx.acer.com/RCD/Main.asp…

I am sure the problem you are experiencing may have another more simple way to resolution. if you like, you can be more detailed in a post about it, i am sure you will get some answers, this is just a permanent solution to whatever the issue maybe, whatever the issue...

Aug 12, 2010 | Acer Computers & Internet

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Boot Recovery Wizard


try f1 f2 if that dont work then f10 f11 or f12 it has to be 1 of them

Oct 07, 2009 | Toshiba Satellite M35X-S349 Notebook

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Windows will not boot on acer 5315 notebook


As the unit will not boot at, i am afraid you are going to have to do a recovery which will also wipe any data on the notebook.
To run a recovery make sure it is powered off then power on, as soon as you power on you must tap the left Alt + F10 keys together at the same time, now timing is important and can take several attempts before you enter the recovery manager. Keep tapping the keys at approx every half a second or so and wait for a message at the bottom of the screen which will state " Windows is loading files" then you can stop tapping. A new screen may appear after that which will state " edit windows boot options: for windows setup or it may say acer e-recovery" if this screen appears then simply press the enter key, you will then enter the Acer e-recovery manager which will then ask you "How would you like to restore?" select the first option for a factory default reset, hope this helps.

Sharky

Jul 05, 2009 | Acer Aspire 5315 Notebook

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Recovery CD not loading onto Hard Drive.


Your optical drive is not reading the disk properly - a common issue as time goes by. Replace drive with a good known working unit and your recovery operation will take place.

Mar 27, 2017 | Itronix GoBook XR-1 Tablet PC

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