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    Default asus eeepc 1000h/xp - support cd/dvd needed

    Hi

    I'm having trouble finding the support dvd/cd that was meant to come with this pc to factory reset/reinstall anywhere online to download

    My friend wants me to fix it for him and i found out there is no partition on this model just a support disc from the online manual

    I tried asus but still no answer after a couple of days

    if anyone can help or steer me in the right direction for one that will be great

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    g'day sergei,
    Asus eepc's dont come with support cd's. theres actually a recovery partition on them i believe. check your manual for instructions but im pretty sure you have to press a function key while booting and it will boot into the recovery mode which will reload your primary C:\ partition to factory defaults. I think it might be f8 or f9. best of luck mate.

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    Thanks for the quick reply but as i said i did read the manual and for some strange reason this model has a recovery disc not a partition

    Been reading other posts on other forums that confirm my situation but they complain about spending the extra money to buy an external usb drive wich is what is in the manual on how to reinstall it back again

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    Serg

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    Default I have a support dvd for 1001/1005 HA series

    I could do you a copy of mine but it is a different model.
    If you ring there support number an automated message shall give you an email address you can post your enquiry to and they usually respond in a day or so.
    Cheers Marty

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    Im certain it can be downloaded from the asus website, I have a different model 1005P but if you get stuck let me know and a copy may appear
    Last edited by casull; 02-03-10 at 06:59 PM. Reason: link added

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    thanks marty 17 but i will keep trying for to look for the version i need

    thanks for the link casull but thats where i downloaded the manual and have seen some drivers there to but i was worried if i try to install any other way that the keyboard mouse pad and usb won't respond or work when trying to install windows without drivers for them already installed

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    Sergei , you can download the drivers and use nlite to slipstream them into a bootable usb stick with xp on it. the drivers from asus will self install from there. will dig up the links on how to do this. cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by casull View Post
    Sergei , you can download the drivers and use nlite to slipstream them into a bootable usb stick with xp on it. the drivers from asus will self install from there. will dig up the links on how to do this. cheers

    casull
    great bit of info thanks casull

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    Here is one guide to help you, there are plenty more around all with step by step instructions

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