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Topic # 138829 17-Jan-2014 22:16 Send private message

Is there anyone here can help me with this? No one I knew uses 8.1... This stupid boot loop won't let me do anything because apparently I am not an administrator - occasionally it'll let me refresh but need recovery media





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  Reply # 969207 18-Jan-2014 00:16 Send private message

Isn't there an option to compete reinstall built in to the os ?



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  Reply # 969510 18-Jan-2014 23:17 Send private message

No it won't work and keep asking for media. If someone can upload to my Dropbox etc that'll be awesome





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  Reply # 969521 19-Jan-2014 04:42 Send private message

Can you get into recovery,
try method 6
http://pcsupport.about.com/od/windows-8/a/open-advanced-startup-options-windows-8.htm

or the F8 option if you can nail the timing correctly.




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  Reply # 969662 19-Jan-2014 15:03 Send private message

Yea, i can get into recovery just fine. It will not let me reinstall windows. I need recovery media.





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