It came with Windows 7 but later I installed Windows 8. Hi Daniel, We appreciate you for being a part of Windows 10. The other hotkey functions continue to work as expected. 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'm willing to take any suggestions. I'm using an Asus netbook unsure of model and ran into some virus issues.
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. Now, here's where my creativity enters the picture. I have found no fixes on my searches for info. The problem seemed to fix itself after I turned off the computer and waited an hour or so. New computers that come preinstalled with Windows often have what is called a recovery partition. Here is my current situation: but Recovery partition was Disabled. Even a Windows setup disk from another notebook with Win 8,1 doesn't do the trick.
Thanks I'm having the same problem, only Fn + F9 no longer disables the touchpad. After multiple attempts, F9 finally works for me at cold boot. Well, it's never a problem to repair Windows boot or wipe out everything and reinstall a clean image. It does not launch manufacturer's recovery options. I have also tried the F9 for the recovery partition, but also no response. Laptop purchased about 2 months ago. Any insight into this is appreciated.
To answer your questions: 1 Have you made any changes to the keyboard settings prior to the issue? Discussion in '' started by hexaae,. And again, just to be clear, I am merely looking for a way to restore the F9 operation. . I would use the Standard 64bit. I use Acronis for image backups and I never have to reinstall windows. For Asus, press F9 as soon as you see the Asus logo.
X401U laptop, not sure it's windows 8. Tried and tried, disabled Fastboot, tried with restart, warm boot, cold boot. I was eventually able to do a reinstall after doing a very risky and not recommended bios rollback. Were you able to obtain the key using Produkey? It wiped out everything, created all the needed partitions on the main disk six partitions! I'm not 100% certain on that but it seems highly likely. 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. Using the site is easy and fun.
. Windows 10 installation loop on new laptop Power down the laptop by holding down the power button. . Like I said, I have no recovery or installation media, and can't find a way to create any. As to the standard Windows F8 key at boot, it has no effect either. This process deletes the current installation and restores everything to factory defaults. 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.
As I understand it, boot is too fast! I mainly ask for future reference and just to know how or if there is a way to restore the F9 option. Is there a way to fix the problem? Thanks for your replies, guys. Thanks, this is definitely helpful. F9 at boot does not work. I'm pretty sure I'll need that code to re-install Windows, but you don't need it with F9 recovery. .
This action on my part may be why the restore disc create utility can't see the recovery partition, even though I didn't touch it. Whether it is due to a virus or some other natural disaster, you might find yourself in need of a system recovery. Select the partition of your choice to access it. Moved from Win 8 to Internal Hardware - Hamluis. All apps that you installed will be removed. . Edit: You used Parted Magic to check the firmware table list? When I press F9 now it.
Could even be a bad drive. . This error will also appear if your primary partition is no longer set as 'active'. After I moved all the program files i quickly figured out that this method of fixing my problem was not the correct way, I decided to click and drag the files from the other partition back over to the original. Start it then boot into the recovery environment, then follow the instructions to perform a factory reset. The factory recovery partition more than likely contained an executable file that F9 ran which would then control the restoration.