12-25-2017 10:05 AM
I installed Ubuntu via bootable flash drive on a brand new Lenovo 110s without activating Windows 10. Now I'd like to restore it to factory settings or at least get Windows 10 set up as the primary os. I've tried using the onekey system recovery button but as soon as I select System Recovery from the menu, I boot into Ubuntu. What would be the best way to go about doing this?
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12-25-2017 02:18 PM
I don't want to steal your topic, but on my 110S..which does have WIN10..the system recovery isn't working either.
You should not be hijacking a thread.
The solution for you could very well be completely different than for the OP.
Start your own thread!
12-25-2017 02:28 PM
kudos, my friend...I already did. Just couldn't resist...maybe a 110s cannot use the system recovery at all ( that was the hidden message )
I have no clue what you are writing.
12-26-2017 06:29 AM
On my 120S there are four partitions:
1. EFI 260MB
2. Microsoft 16MB
3. Microsoft 27.9GB
4. Microsoft recovery 1000M
If you blew away the recovery partition, you will need to install Windows 10 from USB flash drive using the Media Creation Tool.