|03 Jan 2012||#1|
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language change due to reboot
I bought my Asus laptop not too long ago but have somehow caught spyware so I decided to just reboot it from factory settings but the language seems to have changed. The original setting was in English but it has now changed to Spanish and I can't get it to switch back. I'm not sure how this happened. Whether I accidentally clicked a button during the reboot sequence to have the language switched, I'm not too sure. All I know now is I'm stumped on how to change it back. I've tried rebooting it again but it doesn't seem to want to change back to english anymore and I am stuck on a language I can hardly understand. Since I don't have a CD or anything to boot from besides what is already on the HD, I'm stumped on how I can fix this. Any ideas? Has this happened to someone before? Any help is much appreciated
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|03 Jan 2012||#2|
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We always assume you have made your Recovery Disks using the OEM manufacturer's Recovery Media Creator app the first day you had your new PC.
& made the Startup Repair CD.
startup repair disc-create
Did you make the OEM manufacturer's Recovery Disks?
Ensure to connect your PC to the AC power adapter before using F9 recovery to avoid recovery failure.
Using recovery partition (F9 Recovery)
1. Press <F9> during bootup.
Ensure to press <F9> only once during bootup.
2. Select the language you use and click to continue.
3. Click Recovery in the Recovery System dialog box to start the system recovery.
4. The system starts system recovery automatically and follow the onscreen instructions to complete the recovery process.
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