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MyHpPCnotWorkin
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Recovering PC to factory setting

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pavilion p6216f
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When trying to restore my computer to it's factory setting i get the message. 

 

Recovery manager could not restore your computer using the factory image. Please contact Hp support. Error code:0xe0ef0003

 

when ever my computer restarts without me going into any mode i get the message BOOTMGR is missing press crtl+atl+del to restart.

 

I pretty much can not do anything with my pc now and it is really important for me to use it.

 

I need assistance

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mdklassen
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See: https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/How-do-I-Restore-my-system-to-t...

 

Try an Internet search:    www.google.com?q=0xe0ef0003

 

to see if other people have solved the similar problem.

 

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I dont think anyone will be able to solve this issue. thanks for the reply.

 

im actually very angry now.

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mdklassen
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> I don't think anyone will be able to solve this issue.

 

You never know -- some of us volunteers on this forum are very knowledgable.

 

> I'm actually very angry now.

 

The more details that you can provide about your symptoms, the better.

 

Please give us a try.

 

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See: https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/recovery-error-code-0xe0ef0003/...

 

where the symptoms pointed to a "failing" disk-drive.

 

Boot your computer, and choose to run the HP hardware diagnostics.

Be sure to test the RAM and the disk-drive.

 

Or, swap-in a different disk-drive, and try to reinstall onto it.

 

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