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Can i restore my asus X5DC notebook to factory settings without a recovery cd as i have my computer is saying i am infected with spyware and it wont work???

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Without the CDs, no, not usually.
Sometimes a machine will have a partition on the hard drive which contains the recovery information to restore the machine but I have seen this very often. If your machine is lucky to be like this you will see a prompt to hit a key at boot up which will boot you into a menu to restore your machine. This is not to be confused with the BIOS (motherboard settings, usually F2 at boot) menu or the Windows boot menu (F8 before the windows logo appears).

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How to restore


Are you talking about System Restore or System Recovery (to factory settings).

System Restore allows you to set your computer back to a point an time when it was running ok by allowing you to select a Restore Point (date and time). System Restore does not delete your data, documents, music, pictures, videos or programs (unless the program was installed after the restore point you selected). Click Start/Program/Accessories/System Tools/System Restore.

System Recovery deletes everything and sets your system back to when you first purchased it. You should read the manual to see how to initiate System Recovery. Hopefully they put a recover partition on your hard drive because using cd's fail most times.

Get onlineand got to www.google.com In the google search box type: "ASUSSupport" (without the quotes and put your manufacturer name before Support). Look for downloads and drivers. Enter your model number and operatingsystem when requested. Look for Manuals and search them for System Recovery or Restore Factory Settings.
Below is a link to ASUS's instructions on running the System Recovery.
http://support.asus.com/Troubleshooting/detail.aspx?SLanguage=en&p=20&m=Eee%20PC%201005HA&s=1&hashedid=9w41pJa96C4YVicF&os=&no=1718

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I'm assuming you want to restore your computer to the factory settings, so here's how to do that.

1. Restart your computer
2. Hold down the ALT key and press F10 repeatedly as it restarts.
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I'm unsure if i need a restore cd to restore my notebook back to factory settings can someone please help me


Welcome to Fixya

You dont need to use the recovery disk. The machine has a built in recovery partition. Unless you re-partion the HD. Re-partitioning the HD will destroy the restore partiotion. Here's the procedure for the restore factory state:

Restart your computer and press F9 key when the computer is starting up. On some computer you can press the F4 key and you will be able to activate the partition that is set inactive. After that your computer will restart and you can restore the system as you like. Have a good one!

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My asus 1001ha is infected with viruses & wont do anything how do i restore to factory settings?


If it is a bad virus that won't let you do anything on the computer, follow the instructions on this link. If you can install programs on your computer, follow only steps 7 and 8 from the above link.

If you still want to restore it to factory settings, you will need the restoration CD/DVD that came with the laptop, put it in the drive and boot from it to start the restoration to factory settings. If you don't have the restoration disc, you will need a Windows installation disc to install a clean copy of Windows and wipe the HDD. Same process, put disc in and boot from it then follow the instructions for Windows installation (you will need the drivers disc though).

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If you have windows , Click start, all programs, accessories, system tools,system restore, select the restore point and follow instructions to restore.

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On some computers, the disk-drive is "partitioned" into two parts -- your 'C:' drive and a 8GB "recovery" partition. If so, then when you start-up your computer, there is an option to boot from that Recovery Partition, and to reinstall Windows.

On some computers, there is software that lets you burn your own CD/DVDs that can then be used to reinstall Windows. Have 4 or 5 "blank" DVD disks, or 8 to 10 "blank" CD disks, before you run this software.

If you have "lost" the original disks, contact LG. For a small fee, they will ship you a replacement "System Recovery" CD/DVD set of disks.

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F9 will restore factory screen only when its pressed in Bios settings screen ..to go there you have to press f2 or del during the start-up...(on boot) ..if you follow the screen that appears on boot ..you see that its says t press del to enter setup..immediately when it starts recognizing the devices..
after pressing f 9 in the bios press f10 to confirm the changes and exit ...but ..if this wha you want to restore is something related to the operating system it will not have much effect but in seeing the devices and restoring factory setings for them ...(hdd...ram mem ..CPU ..overclocking ..atc)
if you want to restore the operating system you either roll back to an earlier date by system restore in the control panel ( system maintenance ) or use a stored recovery procedure from the hdd...(if available ) or the recovery cd that came with the machine ...
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Perform a system recovery:
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