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Hey guys. I have recently got a hp 210 1000 notebook and i having trouble with this too. i have pressed esc, then f11 for system restore and the computer loads up as normal up until the main screen (if you know what i mean) then its just a blank screen from there onwards. im not to sure on what its doing. i have left it also for 3 hours and still nothing! blank. not even the little light that flickers when computer is loading up, isnt on. is this normal? Any help on this would be great. Regards Matt

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  • sexy_sag1986 Dec 30, 2010

    hey elix0411 thanks for your reply.

    I had a reply from ryan and i was told that my windows 7 starter was probly corrupt and my recovery partition was deleated. The only way to do it was to upload via flash drive or ex dvd. the thing with that is i havnt got the product key, that i may need nor a flash drive at the moe.

    I have had a look in my computer and i have 3 drives... c local, d recovery, e hp tools. in the d drive there is no files. so!. is there a way i can just load what i need into the d drive and give that a go???

    thanks again

    regards

    matt

  • sexy_sag1986 Dec 30, 2010

    hey dude. ok. where do i get the recovery disk from?. the guy i bought it from hasnt sent it with the box nor manual. i also dont have a dvd rom or an ex 1. could i use an ipod instead?

    i have just downloaded a deleat file recovery programe that is serching for the missing files as we speak.

    matt

  • sexy_sag1986 Jan 08, 2011

    hey elix, hows things? i have recently bought a ubcd410 for windows 7, visa and xp. i also got a cd rom drive and the computer will not add it. the only option i have now is the flash drive.. i was wondering if you could explain how i can copy the disk onto that?.. regards matt

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Welcome to Fixya

Try to turn off the computer manually by holding the power button down for 20 secs. Turn ON the computer again and see if you will be getting the same problem. If same issue occur then you need to restore the computer by using the disks that came with it. You might need to use external cd rom in doing this since this machine doesn't have cdrom drive. The F11 restore software is completely not working that is why the system is not restored.

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    Jose Cada Dec 30, 2010

    Hi sexy_sag1986. You dont need product in restoring the computer using the Recovery disk. All you need to do is put the disc inside the ext dvd rom drive and boot the computer to the DVD rom. Keep on tapping F12 key when you turn on the computer. if you are prompted with boot options, select your Optical disk drive so that the computer will boot up to that drive.

  • Jose Cada
    Jose Cada Dec 30, 2010

    you can request for recovery disk at HP support if the computer is still under warranty. No, you cannot use Ipod to boot up you computer.

  • Jose Cada
    Jose Cada Jan 09, 2011

    Hi. do you have the recovery disk with you? all you need to do is to boot the computer from the CD rom. plug in the cd rom drive your computer and insert the recovery disk. Turn on the computer and keep on tapping the F12. Select ODD drive when prompted for boot device.

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