Hi: The only way to factory reset the notebook if the F11 prompt doesn't work would be to order W8 recovery media for your specific model PC from HP. Now, if you want to clean install W8. 1, you can do that using the W8 product key in your notebook's BIOS.
From the Windows Desktop, press the Windows key + I to open Settings. Select Update & Security, and then click Recovery. Select Reset this PC, and then click Get started. Click Restore factory settings.
To get started using the F11 recovery..Turn off the computer.Disconnect all connected devices and cables such as Personal Media Drives, USB drives, printers, and faxes. Turn on the computer and repeatedly press the F11 key about once every second until the Choose and option screen is displayed, and then continue.
Press the F11 key to invoke the HP Recovery Manager. 2) Press the power button and then immediately begin tapping the F11 key. If the recovery partition has never been disturbed or had anything stored to it, then the HP Recovery Manager window should appear.
If you cannot use F11 at the startup or UEFI Firmware Settings, it's suggested to get a new recovery disc from HP and then factory reset your computer. It will take 4-6 hours. Afterwards, turn your computer on and press the ESC key repeatedly until you can see a Start Menu or Select boot device menu.
Click Start, type recovery in the search field, and then select HP Recovery Manager to run recovery from the D drive. Turn on the power and press F11 to run recovery without starting Windows (on some models esc key and then F11 key ).
HP PCs - Using Recovery Manager to Restore Software and Drivers (Windows 10)In Windows, search for and open HP Recovery Manager. Under Help, click Reinstall drivers and/or applications and wait for Recovery Manager to generate a list. Select the checkbox next to the drivers you want to reinstall.
If it has FnLk on your Esc key, press Fn and FnLk at the same and it should look the Fn (function) key. However, if your F1-12 keys are also used for adjusting volume, brightness, etc. then you will have to turn off Fn lock (repeat the process to lock the Function key).
To start HP Recovery Manager from the HP Recovery partition, complete the following steps:Press f11 while the computer is starting. Or, press and hold f11 as you press the power button.Select Troubleshoot from the menu options.Select Recovery Manager, and then follow the on-screen instructions.
Select Troubleshoot > Advanced Options > UEFI Firmware Settings and click Restart to access it. 3. Then, you will access the Startup Menu window with System Recovery option. Press F11 and Enter to start the recovery process by its on-screen instructions later.
Different ways to launch Recovery ManagerClick Start, type recovery in the search field, and then select HP Recovery Manager to run recovery from the D drive.Turn on the power and press F11 to run recovery without starting Windows (on some models esc key and then F11 key ).
Sometimes the function keys on your keyboard could be locked by the F lock key. As a result, you can't use function keys. Check if there was any key like F Lock or F Mode key on your keyboard. If there is one key like that, press that key and then check if the Fn keys could work.
Recovery using HP Recovery ManagerTurn off the computer.Disconnect all connected devices and cables such as Personal Media Drives, USB drives, printers, and faxes. Turn on the computer.From the Start screen, type recovery manager, and then select HP Recovery Manager from the search results.
Originally Answered: how many miles per day does a FedEx or UPS driver drive on average? That answer varies from hub to hub, route to route. In my hub, there are several routes that average maybe 5 miles a day total, whereas the route I run averages 75-80 miles a day.
You are guaranteed 40 hours a week. You set your own schedule.
Normal week would be about 8–10hours per day Monday - Saturday. It can go up to as much as 60 hours a week, which is the limit for UPS drivers given by DOT.