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Will not boot up from start

How do i carry out a system restore

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If you haven't delete the recover partition in your hdd, you can do alt+F10 during boot.

if you don't have recovery partition, you can use cd (i hope you created recovery cd). just boot from cd.

other than that, you can buy cd from acer for Aspire 9300 and boot from cd to recover your hdd.
or if you have windows cd, you can install it from cd and find the driver from www.acerpanam.com

good luck

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How do i restore my asus b121 to factory settings


  • Restart your ASUS laptop and press the "F9" key while the computer is booting up. This will open the boot screen. Select "Recover Windows to Entire HD" and press "Enter."
  • Press "Y" three times when asked if you are sure that you want to restore. The laptop will restore the factory settings. The computer will then shut down and start up again.
  • Approve the license agreement, then select your "Language preference." Enter your name into the box and click "Next."
  • Enter your password twice on the next screen and select "Next." Enter the time zone and date information, then select "Next." Select "Finish" on the next screen and the computer will reboot.


  • Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how_6960619_restore-asus-laptop-factory-settings.html

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    I want to restore my inspiron 1501 (Service Tag 35CT93J) but nothings happens with F8, F12, crt+f11, alt+F10. What shall i do?


    The factory restore partition only functions if it is in tact. Have you manually installed an OS on this system which you formatted the hard drive? If so then the restore partition is now gone. If you have not then pressing CTRL+F11 while booting should start the DSR partition.
    An alternative is you may be able to contact Dell and inquire about getting a restore CD for your system.
    If you can not boot to the DSR and/or can not get a disc from Dell then you will have to purchase a copy of Windows and perform an install from that CD.
    This particular model would be able to support operating on Windows 7 Home Premium if you max out your memory to 2GB. If you choose to go this route then purchase a "Full Retail" copy of the OS or you will not be permitted to wipe and reload the system according to the licensing. An upgrade will require you to have an existing license to a previous version of windows and will carry over any problems you have.

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    There are a couple of quick fixes you can do.

    First, boot into Safe Mode (Repeatedly tap the F8 key while the system is booting, before the windows logo appears) A Menu will pop up, press Boot Into Safe Mode. From there you can try a System Restore to a known good date.

    System Restore - Click Start -> Control Panel -> On the top right, type "System Restore" without the quotes. Click on "Restore system files and settings from a restore point". You can choose the recommended restore or a specific date.

    The other option is to boot into "Last Known Good Configuration". To do this, use the F8 trick again while booting, but instead of Safe Mode choose "Last Known Good Configuration".

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    There are a couple of quick fixes you can do.

    First, boot into Safe Mode (Repeatedly tap the F8 key while the system is booting, before the windows logo appears) A Menu will pop up, press Boot Into Safe Mode. From there you can try a System Restore to a known good date.

    System Restore - Click Start -> Control Panel -> On the top right, type "System Restore" without the quotes. Click on "Restore system files and settings from a restore point". You can choose the recommended restore or a specific date.

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