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Windows 7: ASUS K93SV is looping during recovery

04 Mar 2012   #1
lilbabs

Windows 7
 
 
ASUS K93SV is looping during recovery

Hi

I have just bought a new ASUS K93SV. As I allways do with new pc's i start by re-installing windows using the recovery function. But this time i have got a very big problem.

The system is looping. I do the following, when i try to "recover"

- During startup i press F9. This gets me into a "asus preload wizard.

- It asks me which language and i choose english and press next.

- A info-box appears saying that all files on my HD will be deleted and asus are not responsible. I press next.

- 3 options a know possible. Recover windows to first partition only, recover windows to entire HD and recover windows to entire HD with two partitions. I choose number 3 and press next.

- A box then says that this will help me restore all to factory state. i press next.

- A box then asks if im sure, press finish to run the recovery - i press finish.

- The recovery then starts and run smoothly.

- But when its finished it just prompts me again as if i had pressed F9 again...

Can anybody help me?

Furthermore: The pc has a lot of vibrations, so much than after i have used it my fingers "humms".... That isnt normal i guess... have any others experienced this?


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07 Mar 2012   #2
jumanji

Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit
 
 

Can you not cancel when the second recovery cycle starts?

(Whenever a process starts, I would think that there is always an option to cancel it, if one does not want to go ahead.)

In any case if you think there is a problem, return it to the vendor and get a replacement. Since it is new it should well be within the vendor's return policy.
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