Question about HP Pavilion TX2000Z Notebook
Then there are two ways to restore your computer.
1.On the harddrive of your HP Pavilion TX2000Z laptop are restoration files.
They are on a separate partition on the harddrive.
(If I may,....Partition. Think of a house. Now partition it into two rooms by putting a wall in the middle. Each room is then a Partition. The harddrive is divided so there are Two Partitions)
These are accessed by the user by,
A.Laptop off. Press the Power On button. Start tapping the F11 key as SOON, as you see - Press <F11> for recovery
(Bottom of the LCD screen)
B.Select (Click on), Recovery Manager. When Recovery Manager opens....
C.Click on Advanced Options
D.Click on System Recovery, then click on Next.
E.Follow the On Screen instructions.
If it asks if you wish to do a Destructive Recovery, or a Full Install, I advise DON'T.
It means the laptop will be recovered back to Square 1. Back to the day it came from the factory.
This means any personal information you have on the computer is GONE!
No pictures, videos, music, downloaded programs, and applications, or programs, and applications installed by you. No Documents you have generated will be saved.
If it wasn't there when the laptop came from the factory, it will be GONE!
If it asks you if you wish to do a Non-Destructive Repair, or just Repair, I advise using this.
Your personal information is saved.
All that happens is that basic Windows files are repaired.
2.Obtain the Recovery Disk/s from HP
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
Disconnect all the peripheral components from the Computer including the AC Adaptor and remove the Battery pack.
Then remove the RAM, clean the RAM slots and reinstall it.
Next, connect the AC Adaptor to the Computer and boot it into the BIOS and reset the BIOS to its default settings.
Then, turn on the Computer to boot it into Windows.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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