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HP Pavilion after starting directly coming to the recovery screen

Pavilion G62
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

When I start my laptop it directly coming to the recovery section. After starting if I press F11 then only it opening my OS. I dont know how to open default in Opearting system . without pressing F11. Please help if anybody faced the issue before.

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HP Pavilion after starting directly coming to the recovery screen

Hello @subharanjan

 

Welcome to the HP Forums! Thanks for posting. 🙂 

 

I'd be happy to assist with the boot recovery loop you're in. I'll need to know the product number as well. Please follow the steps here to find it - http://ow.ly/XnZL300dhzo.

 

In the meantime, we want to make sure the recovery screen isn't being prompted due to a hardware problem. 

 

Turn the computer off. Then, immediately after pressing the power button to turn it back on, start tapping the F2 key on your keyboard. This should bring you to a Hardware Diagnostics page. Select System tests, then Extensive test and let me know the result. You'll only need to run once. 

 

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