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Original post by: David Lindner ,

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Asus Recovery key is F9 while at the POST as stated here http://smallbusiness.chron.com/restore-asus-laptop-factory-settings-53444.html

If this doesn't work then most likely the computer doesn't have a recovery partition. You can check by using Windows disk manager.

# Click start
# Right Click on Computer
# Click Manage
# Click Disk Management on the left hand side.
# Most of the time your system drive will be Disk 0
# There should be a partition label '''Recovery''' and should be around 10 to 20GB's in size.

If you don't see a recovery partition then you will need to download a Windows 7 ISO image. I have linked a Windows 7 All In  One (All versions of Windows 7) ISO below.

http://getintopc.com/softwares/operating-systems/windows-7-all-in-one-iso-free-download/

You can use rufus https://rufus.akeo.ie/ to make a bootable USB.

I hope this helps

David

My Computer Dude

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