Hi, I hope i am in the right area. I can't really see this being true? Step 5: The system will reboot automatically and boot from the device in step 4. It worked fine for me, I did have to reinstall Windows 8 after it due to hard drive being knackered. Refer the link for reference: Change startup settings in Windows 10 I hope this helps you. So I'm stuck with 4gb. I take full responsibility for what happens to my machine. After searching online I decided to update the bios, but the only update Asus have for the P6X58D-E is showing on windows 8.
Press and hold the F2 button, then click the power button. There are many owners who have battled this same problem, and the forums and threads I've seen all cover the same ground. It seems to sometimes change after you make changes on another tab. If this doesn't work, you may want to reload your default bios settings if there aren't any settings you think you need to be concerned about, save and exit and check the earlier steps again. We receive spam notifications and will take immediate action! I can tab across to boot, security etc, though everything is untouchable.
Thank you Hi, I hope i am in the right area. I know the previous owner said he already did it. Do you feel that your site slowlyness is killing sales or traffic? We will be happy to help you. Hope this information is helpful. Any idea on how to proceed? Please does anybody have any ideas?! Modifications of the settings are at your own risk. Windows 7 64-bit Home Premium installed successfully to this laptop.
Do not disconnect power at any time during this process. There has got to be a way! Hello Aaron, Thank you for posting your question in Microsoft Community. Please report all spam threads, posts and suspicious members. My computer is also an asus X55V. I've researched this online a bit, as you probably have as well.
The instructions in the link I placed above may work for Windows 8, but Microsoft decided to hide it under a different path in Windows 8. Seems im screwed i guess : thanks for the attempt though. I don't know what that is. Don't perform during electrical storms. Any suggestions Will be very much appretiated! You may have to before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Thanks esc is what helped me out, I couldn't select the option in the first solution. I have also read you need to make sure you have the relevant Windows 7 drivers available which I can get from the Asus website.
It was a huge investment for me and I need it to complete college work. When updating via internet, most boards will store the update locally, wipe the old firmware, and then apply the update. I simply bought this laptop used off ebay. To update firmware, the board must first wipe the existing blocks housing the firmware, then apply the update block-by-block to the flash device. I have tried using different software's Hirens boot disc etc. Do you think flashing my bios the standard way can get rid of the password? I presume you could press Esc instead and go to the boot order screen. Then at the desktop where it is prompting you to log in again, click button on the right side of the screen the soft power button I guess and then hold down the Shift Key while clicking Restart.
We would also advise opting for a wired connection. I had issues with games and when using mouse and key combinations at the same time it was almost like Windows 8 as well as 8. This is a follow up question, not an answer. . Can you be more specific about disabling it from any media? Subscribe to for more tutorials, as always.
Thank you for your help tho Jarotech. Can you provide me with assistance with this? It was interesting that this process required 3 different reboots. Products may not be available in all markets. It just boots right to windows. Hello, Thanks, I really appreciate your help.