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My asus F3j wont boot up all i get is an error message recovery not finish please try again ?

My asus F3j wont boot up all i get is an error message recovery not finish please try again

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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IainMSB
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SOURCE: ASUS F3J DVD drive problem

LG and Samsung both make good drives - otherwise they would probably not be in business in the competitive market they are in. However, it would not be certain which one was "good" for your laptop.

The ASUS F3J series laptops all seem to share the same optical drive characteristics.
If you have established via system diagnostics that the DVD is faulty and needs replacing, then I recommended best practice would be to replace it with the standard DVD drive replacement part from ASUS. If your warranty is still valid, then you could have it replaced it under warranty.

It is "best practice" to use an ASUS part, because, if you do not, then you may have problems:
(a) problems installing the non-standard replacement part into the laptop housing (i.e., it just won't fit in, or, even if it does then it may not fit securely or neatly into the laptop housing).

(b) problems finding the correct Windows driver for the new hardware part (i.e., when Windows auto-detects the new hardware and tries to find a driver.)

The ASUS F3J series optical drives all seem to be spec'd as either:
DVD COMBO: 8X/ 24X24X24X (max.)
DVD Super Multi: 5X/8X/4X/8X/4X/24X/10X/24X/8X

So, you might consider the alternative of getting an external USB DVD which at least matches one or both of those specs. The USB drive will come with the appropriate drivers.

Hope this helps/is of use. :-)

Posted on Aug 22, 2009

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SOURCE: i am not able to boot my Asus EEEPc 1000h by the DVD

that's right. You can use external DVDRW drive and you must enter your DVD driver (usually you get it after you buy eeepc) into external. Cause your DVD driver include driver for eeepc and recovery windows for your laptop, just in case, your laptop get some crash on several software and get into factory default setting.

Posted on Sep 19, 2009

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SOURCE: i have a asus x53s laptop when i boot up

This is a pre-crash stage of Windows. Re-install Windows by following the link given below as a guideline:
Crashed Windows : No Problem

Posted on Jan 19, 2010

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SOURCE: a new asus eee pc 1005ha boot problem

replace hard drive,
First remove 4 bottom screws, and Ram cover.
remove keyboard by pressing down on the 4 tabs across the top of the keyboard with a small flathead screwdriver. disconnect ribbon from body
once keyboard is removed unscrew the 6 black screws where the keyboard was they are the same as the other 4 bottom so do not worry about mixing.
pop open the top casing starting in the top right working your way around to the top left in a clockwise motion.
disconnect ribbon from body
remove and replace the harddrive from here.
Find a PC install a program such as WinToFlash (freeware) and create an installable copy of Windows XP on a flash drive no smaller then 2 gb.
Put flash in USB slot
press escape as computer starts choose the USB drive
Format and install XP from flash

Posted on Dec 09, 2010

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