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I have a EEE1000H it will not load windows after a problem. I press F2 change bio booster to disabled press f10 and on reboot try to press F9 to get system recovery but it says invalid system disc. So I cannot reinstall windows. Any ideas ?

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You can reinstall whatever you want,just get hold of an external drive

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