28 กุมภาพันธ์ 2555 1:40
I'm trying to re-install to factory settings for the Asus eee pc 1005HAB via USB flash drive since I do not own an external optical drive for the recovery disk the computer came with. The F9 Recovery will not work. I have successfully created an iso disk image using the "ISODisk" program and loaded it onto my 8GB flashdrive using "ISO to USB". I can then boot this flashdrive. The Asus recovery CD/DVD program loads up and i can choose a partition or whole HD to recover to.
Then a popup appears and prompts "Please insert the Recovery CD/DVD and then click OK!". Is there any way to get around this without finding an external optical drive for the recovery disk?
To recap, this is for the factory settings with Windows 7 Starter that it came with. Not the XP OS that some versions came with.
28 กุมภาพันธ์ 2555 1:45
If the ASUS originally implemented the "Recovery" Function with "WIM" files, then you can manually format your hard drive and apply to your hard drive.
Otherwise, you will need to have the Recovery Disk by requesting through ASUS Support.
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28 กุมภาพันธ์ 2555 4:58It came with a recovery disk and that's what I put onto the 8GB flashdrive. As far as I know, it works just like the disk would except for the point where it prompts for the disk. I was wondering if i could essentially "trick" it into thinking the flashdrive was the disk, since it has all the same information, so it wouldn't stop and prompt.
29 กุมภาพันธ์ 2555 7:07ผู้ดูแล
It seems the issue is not related to Windows 7 operating system. The recovery disk is created by ASUS, I suggest you contact ASUS support and follow official method to create Eee PC 1005HAB Windows 7 recovery via USB.
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29 มีนาคม 2555 13:19What did you end up doing Corbin1091? I am having the same issue. Can it be done with a USB drive?
29 มีนาคม 2555 16:39ผู้ตอบ
What did you end up doing Corbin1091? I am having the same issue. Can it be done with a USB drive?
There should be a recovery partition on Asus eeepc. Have you try hitting F9 a few time continously prior to restarting the netbook & prior to POST? (power on self test)
Once done, it should bring up windows boot manager, next hit F8 & choose repair your computer, as this would give you the option of repair startup problems, run diagnostic or restore your system
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- แก้ไขโดย Daniel HoEditor 29 มีนาคม 2555 16:41