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My Gateway laptop model CS2619 gets stuck on the Hardware Profile/Configuration Recovery menu and will not respond to keyboard commands. (yelling at it doesn't seem to work either).

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Reformat is an option

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  4. At the D:\ prompt, type: CD Windows\i386 and then press ENTER.
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IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ANY RECOVERY PARTITION OR HAVE DELETED THE PARTITION THEN PLEASE REVERT SO THAT I CAN HELP YOU TO GET A RECOVERY DISC.

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HP Customer Support link.
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