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[Eee PC 1000HE]Cursor jumps while typing
Eee PC return to the previous time
the textsize of desktop icon
All hotkeys work other than fn f1. How to resolve it?
error message when startup
Os requires login password after the machine run out of power, but customer doesn't set a password. How to resolve it?
Can detect the wlan signal but can not get internet.
Failed to set back to factory default.
The battery can not be charged.
Has black screen with a blinking cursor when start up the unit
The mouse arrow flashing and cannot move the mouse close the web page
Wake up from Sleep mode
External projector does not sync display
USB port with USB Charge+
manage USB Charge+
An unknow zip file appeared in LiveUpdate.
How to change display language of os?
No icons on Eee PC desktop
USB device cannot be recognized or read by Eee PC
Eee PC 1000HE
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Restoring 1000HE Eee PC to Factory Settings
:3/8/2010 1:50:00 AM
I keep seen the question: How to restore the Asus 1000HE Eee PC to factory settings? If you haven't deleted or formatted the 4.89GB recovery partition that came in your hard drive, the 1000HE Eee PC (Windows only) could be restored to factory settings with the quick recovery system by just pressing the F9 key three times during start-up. There is no need of a Windows CD or driver CD. After pressing the F9 key three times it may seem that Windows is booting again but that’s how the recovery console works be patient. If you want to know if the recovery partition is still there on Windows go to Disk Management* console to see the available partitions on your hard drive. Back up your data to an external storage or the Eee Online Storage prior to using the recovery system, since all your data will be overwritten.
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:3/16/2010 12:45:00 PM
This topic has been mentioned before. RTFM [read the fine manual]. It mentions in the latter chapters regarding a restore.
If you have the Win XP Home OEM media, you may want to also think about installing Win XP on your own. Reason for this is that a good chunk of the drivers have been updated plus there is stuff that you may not want from the original image. There is some Asian character stuff, StarOffice [or was it OpenOffice], etc.
You should also think of updating the BIOS while at it.
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