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Current version by: Marc Aldrich ,

Title:

Resetting to factory Condition

Text:

Hi All,

I have an Asus Laptop running Windows 7 Ultimate. I am trying te reset to factory condition. There are no options in recovery or restore. Only to reinstall windows .

I tried under safe mode and start up repair no option. I then went through boot manager (f9) and it too did not take me to any related screen.

I have tried all methods and this is the 1st time in 25 years that I am unable to reset a computer.

I believe that Asus  designed this (no user friendly way to reset) as almost all computers have this option in system recovery.

I would so much appreciate any insight into this.

Thank you in advance,

Marc

Device:

Asus Laptop

Status:

open

Accepted Answer:

-386980

Edit by: Marc Aldrich ,

Title:

Resetting to factory Condition

Text:

Hi All,

I have an Asus Laptop running Windows 7 Ultimate. I am trying te reset to factory condition. There are no options in recovery or restore. Only to reinstall windows .

I tried under safe mode and start up repair no option. I then went through boot manager (f9) and it too did not take me to any related screen.

I have tried all methods and this is the 1st time in 25 years that I am unable to reset a computer.

I believe that Asus  designed this (no user friendly way to reset) as almost all computers have this option in system recovery.

I would so much appreciate any insight into this.

Thank you in advance,

Marc

Device:

Asus Laptop

Status:

open

Accepted Answer:

+386980

Original post by: Marc Aldrich ,

Title:

Resetting to factory Condition

Text:

Hi All,

I have an Asus Laptop running Windows 7 Ultimate. I am trying te reset to factory condition. There are no options in recovery or restore. Only to reinstall windows .

I tried under safe mode and start up repair no option. I then went through boot manager (f9) and it too did not take me to any related screen.

I have tried all methods and this is the 1st time in 25 years that I am unable to reset a computer.

I believe that Asus  designed this (no user friendly way to reset) as almost all computers have this option in system recovery.

I would so much appreciate any insight into this.

Thank you in advance,

Marc

Device:

Asus Laptop

Status:

open