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How do I start a recovery on asus Eee1015pe with no screen display?

Screen flashes a _ at top left, nothing else. Pressing F9 once only does nothing.

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Connect to an external lcd, easiest way.

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SOURCE: asus EEE PC 900A Linux- boot problem after downloading updates

Consider downloading a specific release of Ubuntu; eeebuntu. Download the ISO and then conenct an external DVD device to it, during the BIOS screen, choose the ESC button and boot from the external device.
This Ubuntu-specific group offers three kinds of ISO's (simple, super basic, and a loaded release), all of which allow all parts to work out of the box:
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If this does not work, check the informal eeepc forums
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Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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SOURCE: Eee Pc 701SD/linux. No icons appear at startup, just blue screen

Try opening a terminal (Ctrl+Alt+t) and type the following:

sh startsimple.sh

and press enter. It worked for me, hope it will for you!

Posted on Dec 12, 2009

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SOURCE: My asus eee pc will

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

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SOURCE: I have an asus g74sx when I turn it on it only gets past the asus title screen then to a blank screen with a cursor flashing on the top left corner. I've tried hitting f9 but all it does is restar

Try hitting f12 or f10 at bootup this should give you bootup repair options

Posted on Feb 19, 2012

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SOURCE: Cant get to boot screen to start recovery on e525.

you can follow the solution provided by Achalesh Prem P or you can zero fill your hard drive

Posted on Apr 02, 2012

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replace hard drive,
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pop open the top casing starting in the top right working your way around to the top left in a clockwise motion.
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Hello try to download the files on another computer running a Windows operating system and restore your
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2. Insert a USB flash drive into a USB port on the computer.
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4. Click the Browse button and select the HP Mini MIE recovery image.
– or –
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9. Use the arrow keys to select the USB flash drive, and then press enter.
10. Press enter again to begin restoring the device.
11. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the operating system and programs.
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Eee Pc 701SD/linux. No icons appear at startup, just blue screen


Try opening a terminal (Ctrl+Alt+t) and type the following:

sh startsimple.sh

and press enter. It worked for me, hope it will for you!

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