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Windows 7: Burnt out from error error error! Time to go back to Paper.

01 Sep 2014   #21
Elljay

Windows 7 Home Premium (x64) Service Pack 1 (build 7601)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Anak View Post
At this point the red fail sound card state isn't that critical, well, it is, but it isn't. I can explain later if needed.

What I find interesting is the 2nd screen shot near the bottom under switching; That says if you want to change applications, press alt+tab, and it opens the accessibility menu.

Maybe from there you could access the factory restore?

Do you have the capability to open a Command window?
Hi again Anak.
Oh - I just took the disc out.
I have been here since early this morning. I need to 'step away' for a short break.
My old eyes are getting sore.
(I'm going to Tim's to get a coffee.)
I will try that when I come back. Thank you for your patience Anak.


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01 Sep 2014   #22
Anak

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Forget the kaspersky disk.

When you get back from Tim's, I'd still like you to try the F11 solution to get into HP's Recovery before you try anything else.

If that doesn't work then try to access the operating system (OS) with the bootable Ubuntu disk you made to see if you can change applications.
From there we can get into disk management and start the factory restore. I hope.


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Do you have the capability to open a Command window?
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01 Sep 2014   #23
Elljay

Windows 7 Home Premium (x64) Service Pack 1 (build 7601)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Anak View Post
At this point the red fail sound card state isn't that critical, well, it is, but it isn't. I can explain later if needed.

What I find interesting is the 2nd screen shot near the bottom under switching; That says if you want to change applications, press alt+tab, and it opens the accessibility menu.

Maybe from there you could access the factory restore?

Do you have the capability to open a Command window?
Hello Anak. I'm back.
I pressed the alt+tab. It didn't open anything. I'm probably doing it wrong...
I really don't know what I am doing?

I would like to talk about the Repair Disc I made, for a moment.
The disc was a brand new - never used DVD-R 4GB.
Although the links to reset to factory condition did not work...
I could open the Command Prompt Window, but I didn't know what to type in there.
In other words I don't know how to use it.
(only to check my IP Address. lol.)
If I knew what to type in the box to set it back to factory condition maybe that would work.
I actually was looking that up yesterday but could not find anything on how to do it.
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01 Sep 2014   #24
Anak

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Win 7 Home Premium 64bit Ver 6.1.7600 Build 7601 - SP1
 
 

We are so close it hurts.........

Don't worry about the alt+tab or the repair disk. Its good that you can open a command prompt. (CMD)

Have you tried that F11 procedure?!?
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01 Sep 2014   #25
Elljay

Windows 7 Home Premium (x64) Service Pack 1 (build 7601)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Anak View Post
We are so close it hurts.........

Don't worry about the alt+tab or the repair disk. Its good that you can open a command prompt. (CMD)

Have you tried that F11 procedure?!?
Yes Anak, as we speak.
When I pressed it, it is just making a loud beeping noise and shows F11...System Recovery on the left hand bottom of the screen.
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02 Sep 2014   #26
Elljay

Windows 7 Home Premium (x64) Service Pack 1 (build 7601)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Elljay View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Anak View Post
We are so close it hurts.........

Don't worry about the alt+tab or the repair disk. Its good that you can open a command prompt. (CMD)

Have you tried that F11 procedure?!?
Yes Anak, as we speak.
When I pressed it, it is just making a loud beeping noise and shows F11...System Recovery on the left hand bottom of the screen.
I have Command Prompt open, looking for something to type in there.
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02 Sep 2014   #27
Elljay

Windows 7 Home Premium (x64) Service Pack 1 (build 7601)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Elljay View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Elljay View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Anak View Post
We are so close it hurts.........

Don't worry about the alt+tab or the repair disk. Its good that you can open a command prompt. (CMD)

Have you tried that F11 procedure?!?
Yes Anak, as we speak.
When I pressed it, it is just making a loud beeping noise and shows F11...System Recovery on the left hand bottom of the screen.
I have Command Prompt open, looking for something to type in there.
Well, maybe tomorrow then...
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02 Sep 2014   #28
Anak

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Win 7 Home Premium 64bit Ver 6.1.7600 Build 7601 - SP1
 
 

I got busy last night and couldn't get to a computer.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Elljay View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Anak View Post
We are so close it hurts.........

Don't worry about the alt+tab or the repair disk. Its good that you can open a command prompt. (CMD)

Have you tried that F11 procedure?!?
Yes Anak, as we speak.
When I pressed it, it is just making a loud beeping noise and shows F11...System Recovery on the left hand bottom of the screen.
Did it look like this:
Burnt out from error error error! Time to go back to Paper.-elljay1.jpg


Or did it look like a minimized title bar like this? Burnt out from error error error! Time to go back to Paper.-eljay2.jpg

Disregard the words I'm only using this as an example, yours would say system recovery where it says magnifier settings.

If it is, click on it to open and see if it looks like the upper attachment, if it does, click on system recovery at the bottom of the left panel to start the factory restore process.

But, you may want to go here and either read and or print the instructions before you start. From my #14 post:
Quote:
Here's the procedure to "factory restore" your machine, scroll 'bout a third of the way down here: Performing an HP System Recovery (Windows 7) | HP® Support
You'll know your at the right place when you see this:
Quote:
Recovery from the startup screen (during system boot)
If Windows 7 does not open correctly, perform the following steps to recover the computer:
Do or are you using another machine as you're working on this one?


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02 Sep 2014   #29
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Windows 7 Home Premium (x64) Service Pack 1 (build 7601)
 
 

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That's Ok Anak. I was over in the Chill Out Room telling Cat Stories.
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02 Sep 2014   #30
Elljay

Windows 7 Home Premium (x64) Service Pack 1 (build 7601)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Anak View Post
I got busy last night and couldn't get to a computer.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Elljay View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Anak View Post
We are so close it hurts.........

Don't worry about the alt+tab or the repair disk. Its good that you can open a command prompt. (CMD)

Have you tried that F11 procedure?!?
Yes Anak, as we speak.
When I pressed it, it is just making a loud beeping noise and shows F11...System Recovery on the left hand bottom of the screen.
Did it look like this:
Attachment 331661


Or did it look like a minimized title bar like this? Attachment 331662

Disregard the words I'm only using this as an example, yours would say system recovery where it says magnifier settings.

If it is, click on it to open and see if it looks like the upper attachment, if it does, click on system recovery at the bottom of the left panel to start the factory restore process.

But, you may want to go here and either read and or print the instructions before you start. From my #14 post:
Quote:
Here's the procedure to "factory restore" your machine, scroll 'bout a third of the way down here: Performing an HP System Recovery (Windows 7) | HP® Support
You'll know your at the right place when you see this:
Quote:
Recovery from the startup screen (during system boot)
If Windows 7 does not open correctly, perform the following steps to recover the computer:
Do or are you using another machine as you're working on this one?
Hi Anak. No it does not look like that.
I was under the impression that I could make a repair Disc from someone elses machine as long as it was either 64 bit or 32 bit.
So I made the disc using my brother-in-laws Acer win7 64bit Laptop.
It looks like this...


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