Everything is fine, can boot to windows and yes i want to factory reset but there is an f9 recovery function that came with the laptip but i have done a clean install once and updated my bios and since then it does not work anymore Similar help and support threads Thread Forum Hi,in asus x550l,factory reset do it ask for product key? I run Classic Shell on all my computers so they all run and work pretty much the same whether 8. Thread starter Similar threads Forum Replies Date 6 Apr 27, 2019 4 Apr 26, 2019 1 Feb 5, 2019 2 Jun 8, 2018 1 Jan 27, 2018 2 Jan 12, 2018 1 Oct 25, 2017 2 Jun 8, 2017 5 Feb 2, 2017 2 Apr 17, 2016 1 Jul 13, 2015 1 Jun 29, 2015 1 May 9, 2015 0 Apr 27, 2015 4 Apr 1, 2015 1 Apr 17, 2014 1 Dec 11, 2011 G 2 Apr 25, 2010 2 Mar 23, 2010 12 Oct 3, 2009. Does your Computer not boot into Windows? Your remark does not directly solve my problem, but it helps me understand where the issue lies and possibly find a fix. All this just need one mouse click. The trick is to hit F9 furiously at a very fast pace while pressing the Power button. At least they do start, even if I did not complete a reset or refresh till the end of it. I found that after the driver was uninstalled, and the computer restarted, the problem was fixed on my laptop.
Removes apps and drivers you installed. If you are trapped with Windows password recovery, here the key is - , which can help you quickly reset lost administrator and user passwords on any Windows system without reformatting or reinstalling your system. It doesn't matter what I choose but recovery restarts over and over. You should be able to enable or disable the device from there. You should also be able to use Parted Magic and Gparted to see if there is still a recovery partition on the drive. Tab down to Settings and then key down to Mouse and touchpad.
Problem is, on my system pressing F9 at boot does absolutely nothing. I thought a clean factory reset will fix the issue. Try it and leave some comments to us now! You should be able to hit the properties and then uninstall the drivers. You can also try to tape down the connection to ensure that it is connected. Then all of a sudden, it won't work.
Or, if he has installation media he can just do a clean install. Anyways, I updated my laptop from windows 8 to windows 10. Eventually, i gave up and decided to live with a mouse since i needed my laptop all the time, and two weeks into service was something that i could not afford I once installed razer cortex in order to boost my peerformance. Thank god this thing has a touchscreen. As some of the post isn't in English I am struggling. If you press it once or twice, you might miss the timing.
Used recommended setting, tested, and saved. Sorry if I wasn't clear in my first message. Well John, it looks like this machine was reloaded with win7 as the screenshot shows it's version 6. Or you can use windows disk management to delete the partitions created on the secondary drive and then create and format two new, blank , healthy partitions on there and then create a recovery partition there using windows utility. Even a Windows setup disk from another notebook with Win 8,1 doesn't do the trick.
Later, when I went to do a complete wipe and reinstall using the recovery disk, the system would not boot with the upgraded bios. Are the aforementioned ways working to fix your Asus touchpad scroll not working? Anyways, I updated my laptop from Windows 8 to Windows 10. It keeps reporting back the same error message: There is a problem with this Windows Installer package. I'm not 100% certain on that but it seems highly likely. It's doubtful the tech recreated the recovery partition when he changed the drives. When i try to press f9 to restore it, it show me a recovery enviroment that is not of the asus but it seems of windows 10, like if the system doesn't recognize the recovery partition of asus anymore. I have uninstalled the touchpad driver and restarted the computer three times from Control Panel, but it still works.
Go through the simple steps to check the touchpad. This solved my problem Even if it doesn't look dirty it might have a few specks of dust, especially if you have been opening your computer. Nothing seems to improve the situation. I can raise the volume with the F10 key, but I cannot lower it with the F9 key. Does anyone have any suggestions for this? You should look into mouse and touchpad settings then select hardware.
Thinking of it, maybe I am just going to copy it to a Blu-Ray disc! It also installed the bundled McAfee trial antivirus software. During adjustment process, please do not touch the screen to avoid adjustment failure. And install to first partition. Make sure Asus Touchpad is enabled The first solution to fix your bricked Asus touchpad in Windows 10 is to make sure Asus touchpad is enabled. Everything should work fine from then on.