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handz
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Need help to reconfigerate the CPU back to normal.

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The HP all in one PC , I had for a few years. Watching videos on command prompt how too, the last one I need missed is up. Now I can not use it efficiently for everyday use. When I cut it on it goes to recovery with the different choices. I really need help if somebody knows how to fix it . 

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WAWood
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@handz 

It's not going to be a simple matter to get it back to normal -- because you've given us little information to work with.

 

You said you "messed it up" using a command prompt -- and that could have destroyed ANYTHING!

 

You claim that NOW, it only boots into recovery mode -- indicating you probably trashed something both in the boot files and maybe OS system files, as well.

 

We need to know the model number of the PC and how old it is.

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Prométhée
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hi

Hello
in order to eliminate a hardware problem (or to confirm), test the computer, as explained in this link.
If he gave there the number indicated in the test result (if HDD for example specify it)

HP PCs - Testing for Hardware Failures | HP® Customer Support

 



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