Question about ASUS Computers & Internet
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Enter bios by pressing F2 at boot, chech if the hdd is present, if not it's defect. Or the boot priority is wrong, press F9 within bios to restore the original settings and reboot.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My ASUS Notebook is not
I'm not giving you a solution, but maybe a suggestion that may help, It could be that there is a error in the bios and resetting it may help. If you havn't, try loading default value for it, when you are in the bios menua, go to exit and scroll down to "load default value" and save and exit and see if any happens. If not, unplugg your wire and battery and take the back service port out and take out the rams and press on your power button for a few about 30sec to see if the bios would do a hard reset, and reinstall everything back on and see if that would work, if not, you might need to take out the cmos battery to reset the bios which you will have to tear your netbook apart in this method. I hope this can help, and hopefully it's a easy fix.
Posted on Jan 26, 2011
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