(HELP) Asus G73Jh - Image Recovery

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  1. rheggiey

    rheggiey Newbie

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    I’m hoping that someone could share the Image Recovery for G73Jh since this is my last resort. Asus Australia Service Representative wasn’t able to help me because the laptop is bought in the US. I contacted the Asus US as well but they are unable to send the Image Disk if I’m not in the US, they are only sending within US only, unlucky :(

    If someone could share it is a big help for me to save my old G73Jh to a rubbish.


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    senso Notebook Evangelist

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    Why do you need the recovery image?

    Media Creation Tool if you want Win10, or download an iso of Windows 7, download all drivers from Asus website, do a clean install, and its done.
     
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    rheggiey Newbie

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    I just want to replace my hdd to sdd but the problem is, I can’t access the bios. I’ve tried everything but no luck :( I’m hoping the image recovery could save my laptop and to fix the bios system.


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    senso Notebook Evangelist

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    Is the laptop currently booting to Windows?

    Remove all HDD's, turn the laptop on, it will go into BIOS.

    There you should make sure that SATA is set to AHCI, disable Fast Boot if such option exists, disable Secure Boot if it exists, set boot to UEFI.
     
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    The Windows still working properly. I just can’t access the Bios.

    I’ve try to remove the main HDD still doesn’t go through the Bios.

    Will try that again by removing the two HDD and let you know.

    Thanks for the tip mate.


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    senso Notebook Evangelist

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    If you remove the HDD, what happens, it just stays in the Asus logo?

    What Windows are you using?

    If Win8/8.1/10 you can use shift+Reboot, Throubleshooting, Advanced, Reboot into UEFI Firmware and it will reboot into the BIOS.
     
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