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Your suggestion did work. They might range from the whole system crashing down to one malicious application misbehaving and causing system operation to fail. We had to replace a hard drive and have recovery disks we purchased from HP (couldn't find the ones we made anywhere). . . The second time, I had to first hit the F-Lock key before the F-keys would work.

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Sorry to hear that you're having issues. You might want to run that and see if you're satisfied with the results before you go through the trouble of reinstalling Windows. Ralph Thanks a lot for your I hate to say this, but you might have an issue with the hard drive. If your HP computer did NOT come with disks, it's quite possible the HP system recovery files are on a hidden partition on the drive. In this case, you should follow the

I am not sure if I should create a Primary drive or Extended drive. I kept trying the F8 key but to no avail. I suspect that he has left some things undone so that I would call him if anything occurred (trick in trade).I also notice that during bootup, a windows security notification comes F11 Key Not Working Windows 10 Dave No, that is not normal.

I was edifying.standeb. There is a link at the tp of our page. Ben I have my dv-3 with 320gb harddisk. I cannot get it to recover from the recovery cd's either. http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/Why-doesn-t-my-F11-key-work/td-p/1178631 Well I go to ‘no' to continue recovery and it goes about %10 more and then the same error with the C:\Preload\Base_12.INP.

By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation Discussion Boards Open Menu Discussion Boards Open Menu Welcome to the Forum! F11 Key Not Working Windows 8 I've tried it several times now and have followed the directions above but still no luck getting past %48. F-Lock keys are common on Logitechs and Viewsonics. I see you worked around your problem using a PS2 keyboard, but do any of your F-Keys work?

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Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. https://www.sevenforums.com/installation-setup/202428-f11-does-not-work.html I read your site and tryed the safe mode internet and downloaded malware. Hp Restore Factory Settings When F11 Doesn't Work Sometimes 12 to 14GB itself is taken by the operating system. F11 Not Working Windows 7 I have had experiences in the past with all major manufacturers-good and bad.

If you had Office installed, however, that might have come on a different disk. Yes Glarys also does a backup of all changes that can be reversed or undone if a problem occurs of which I have never had to do yet.Glarys will not repair Just like you said there was nothing in the menu and F 11 did not work. It's recovery mode loadingOnce Recovery Manager loads you can follow the steps to restore your OS to it's original manufacturer state.Now I have not gotten to the state of Windows 7 F11 Doesn't Work Hp Recovery

The system has been shut down." The c000021 error points to a domain logon according MS website but it does not show the 0xc0000034 part. I'm not sure if there is a difference between the builds or not, but if they said it should work, then it should. Instead, wait for the drive to read the disc and it it'll automatically continue the recovery. http://flvtomp4mac.com/not-working/built-in-recovery-not-working.php If you look in the control panel under System, then hardware, then device manager, you probably see unknown devices.

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Not exactly by rje49 / March 6, 2010 3:58 AM PST In reply to: F-Lock key My keyboard, that I started the discussion F11 Won't Work Hp Recovery About | Advertise | Privacy Policy | Tip Us ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.10/ Connection to I trtied a PS2 and it worked immediately.Thanks for the support.

Thanks again.Chief Reply 0 0 Chawntay Intern Posts: 28 Member Since: ‎01-11-2012 Message 4 of 4 (11,235 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Why doesn't my F11 key work Options Mark as

Read more Register · Log In HP Support Forum Home > Desktops > OS/Recovery > Why doesn't my F11 key work Search the Community PJ Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Happened to me... Re- open the Properties window and advanced tab and this time simply select the Safe Mode entry you just added as the default boot OS and OK your way out and Hp F11 System Recovery by Edward ODaniel / March 3, 2010 4:31 AM PST In reply to: Re: F8 Key not responding when tapped during bootup.

If you're not up to that, you might call HP back and tell them the disks they sent were no good, please send them again-hey, it's worth a shot. During the recovery process, my daughter shut off the computer. I just want it to be running fresh with xp since he gave me the hp (he replaced it with an emachines). Get More Info Ensure that the two "Time to display .." checkboxes are checked.6.

Hit OK when done. View solution in context Reply 0 0 Chawntay Intern Posts: 28 Member Since: ‎01-11-2012 Message 2 of 4 (11,240 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Why doesn't my F11 key work Options I will post my results.I hope this helps someone out there in the convoluted world of HP OS recovery. 3 3 3 Everyone's Tags: DV7DV7-1245DXF11F11 does not loadPavilion View All (8) I was sent 63NAemMPA1.

Note: I am not a tech or geek. Dave You may want to post on our forums… But it sounds like there is a problem with the CDs themselves. I let it set for 10 minutes hopingit would respond. Attempted to get to the recovery screen, which required numerous attempts - literally about an hour of retries.

They refused to do anything except try to force me to buy tech advice when they already demonstrated a complete lack of competence and comprehension already. I can see that there is 6.96 gigs used on that drive with .93 gigs available so I'm pretty sure thats the recovery. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - To Enter BIOS by Incognito60 / March 6, 2010 12:28 PM PST In reply to: F8 Key not responding when tapped during bootup. Hello All,Problem solved.

I guess I thought there is something that could be done to "turn on" the F11 key. Right now there is not a problem accessing the recovery manager, thru Windows.