Open the HP Recovery Manager.
This will take you to another screen with different options. Click the Advanced options button.
Select the Startup Settings option.
If you’re having trouble restoring your system, try selecting the Create a recovery disk option and following the instructions.
Click OK to save your changes and close the window.
Power on my computer and repeatedly press the F11 key about once per second until the “Choose an option” screen appears normally, then continue. On some “choose an option” screen, click “Troubleshoot” and go through the screens.
Click “Start”, type recovery in the segment, find and select HP Recovery Manager to recover from drive D.
Power on and press F11 to start recovery without starting Windows (some kits require you to press the Esc key and then the F11 key).
Selected method to open the Windows Recovery Environment. This
On the Select an option screen, select Troubleshoot.
In the Troubleshooting movie, select Reset this PC.
Follow the user guide to restart your computer.
Turn off your computer and leave all connected devices and cables (other than the monitor, keyboard, computer, or power cord) connected.
Turn on your laptop. Type Recovery Manager on the splash screen that appears, then select HP Recovery Manager.
Under Windows Recovery Environment Help, click.
Click Troubleshoot > Recovery Manager.
Connect the USB key to your company computer. Please note that the USB memory must be greater than 8 GB.
Enter the recovery disk to find your box, and click the result, the following interface will show.
This Windows 10 tool will detect your USB drive.
Click “Create” to launch the PC recovery USB drive.
In the Windows 10 search bar, type HP Recovery Manager and click the result.
Select Create recovery media to continue.
Check “Accept” in all pop-ups and click “Continue”. Box
You will be prompted for an administrator password or possibly a confirmation of the offer.
This software prompts the person to insert a disc, USB CD or DVD.
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