HP pavillion dv4000 - How to reinstall op sys - how to envoke its recovery partition? Does it have one

Posted on 2010-01-07
Last Modified: 2012-05-08

What F key ?
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    try F6 or F10
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    by:Kyle Abrahams
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    To determine if the HP Recovery Manager is operational, press the power switch to turn on the computer, and then repeatedly press F11 during the startup. The computer will display a prompt to either recover the operating system or create a set of recovery discs if the Recovery Manager is operational, and you do not need to purchase a replacement recovery disc. (
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    by:Kyle Abrahams
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    Was f10

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