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Trying to system restore to factory settings but f11 on the s3020n is not working.

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  • Vern Haynes
    Vern Haynes Mar 14, 2011

    have you run a disk diagnostic? It sounds like you may have a hard drive problem. If not, I would run a drive diagnostic, either the HP diagnostic, or a bootable system disc that has a diagnostic.
    Did your PC come with (or did you make) system recovery CD/DVD discs? If the drive is bad you will need this to reinstall windows on a new hard drive.

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Try using F1. Either hold it down as soon as you turn on the computer until you see it entering setup.

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