|05 Sep 2012||#1|
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Problem with F12 and system image
I attempted to dual boot install Linux Mint with Windows 7, but I decided to keep them separate (I use a mini notebook for Linux), so I uninstalled it, but I did it backwards (deleted the partition before I fixed the grub loader) so now I can't access the F12 function in order to boot from the system image disk, which I created when I got the laptop. I also created a system restore disk, but I can't get that one to work, either. I don't have a install disk for Windows 7 (I got the laptop as a refurb so it didn't come with one and I don't have the dough to pony up $100 bucks for a new one). Any suggestions on how to get back to the F12 function so I can boot from a disk in my disk drive?
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