Again, I could be wrong on that and it doesn't explain why other installation media doesn't want to work. Could even be a bad drive. This would at least be able to get your key. This is a real common issue. When i try to press f9 to restore it, it show me a recovery enviroment that is not of the asus but it seems of windows 10, like if the system doesn't recognize the recovery partition of asus anymore. Nov 04, 2017 I had the exact same problem, what helped me out was restoring to factory settings. You will lose all files on your machine.
Like I said, I have no recovery or installation media, and can't find a way to create any. I have uploaded the zip file that contains the dump as instructed. Besides, the user has no say in the matter of how many data partitions are created during the recovery process. I am trying te reset to factory condition. Instead, it gives an error because the partition is not found. And again, just to be clear, I am merely looking for a way to restore the F9 operation. The Asus Netbook possesses a very simple and quick to use restore utility.
This will wipe the computer clean and give you a fresh start. I do a restart and as soon as the screen goes black after shut down, I start continuously hitting the function key about twice a second. If you aren't sure how to set this up properly, I would suggest calling a friend who does, or bring the computer to a service technician. Attempt to reset the display driver and recover from timeout failed. The F9 option at boot up does not work. I asked if I just restored to factory settings if they would accept it then, they.
Or, if he has installation media he can just do a clean install. The Recovery Drive wizard, to create a recovery drive, fails too. Of course when I clean Installed windows 8. Removes apps and drivers you installed. Edit: You used Parted Magic to check the firmware table list? Well, in this situation where you do not have any disc and as per your reply you do not have a recovery drive. When i try to press f9 to restore it, it show me a recovery enviroment that is not of the asus but it seems of windows 10, like if the system doesn't recognize the recovery partition of asus anymore.
Reinstalls Windows 10 and removes all your personal files. Thanks Backup and Restore I've been stumbling on this issue for quite a while now. But you may be able to access them buy going through the Settings, Recovery, Advanced Startup in your Windows 10 machine. This document also includes information on how to get started with the process and restore from a recovery partition. I have tried all the other function keys - some of them do other things, but not what I want Am I just a klutz when it comes to pressing buttons? Kiran- Thanks for your reply. Choose the first system restore point to restore factory settings.
I got on to a computer guy and he had a muck around with the computer and reckons the best thing to do would be to do a factory reset. Did it come with Windows 10? Removes changes you made to settings. I run Classic Shell on all my computers so they all run and work pretty much the same whether 8. Again, I have not tested the thing thoroughly yet. It starts and the first time it reboots the desktop loads and it says its still working. You should be able to boot into Asus recovery by setting that partition to active you need some way to boot from partition software so if it doesn't work you can then set the old partition back to activeI'm sorry for bad english xD it come with windows 8. Sep 24, 2011 Hi Ali.
See page on using terminal to pull a key from firmware. I have not done it with Parted Magic but I know Knoppix can do it. I have found no fixes on my searches for info. Tried and tried, disabled Fastboot, tried with restart, warm boot, cold boot. Press the Enter key, then turn the option to Disabled to disable it. Using the key with , it will tell you the version of Windows and if Home or Pro. The key is not dead.
Try it and leave some comments to us now! I do a restart and as soon as the screen goes black after shut down, I start continuously hitting the function key about twice a second. I've been asking around on how to fix this and been going in circles and I gave up trying to fix it myself. I have an Asus X551M laptop that was purchased, set up and never used. The F9 recovery was active and worked fine. It should now have the original factory settings.
A menu will appear with a list of options to choose from. Choose the option for Windows Setup and select Recovery. After that, the F9 function was not available. Problem is, on my system pressing F9 at boot does absolutely nothing. F9 at boot does not work.