Below is a list of the Common Key Commands to access the factory restore at startup:
ACER– Turn on the computer and hold down ALT. While holding it down tap the F10 key. This will bring up the Acer Erecovery screen. Next choose Restore System to Factory Default.
ASUS– Tap the F9 key at startup. If F9 doesn’t work, turn off the PC, turn it back on, and immediately tap the F8 key and navigate to “Repair Your Computer” to get to the options for the factory restore.
COMPAQ– Compaqs usually use F11 at startup to access the factory restore. If that doesn’t work you can also try F10 or F8 and then select “Repair your Computer”.
DELL– You can access the system restore on most Dell computers by tapping the F8 key when the PC first turns on. This will take you to the “Advanced Boot Options” menu. Use the arrow keys on your keyboard to select “Repair Your Computer”. Next click “Dell Factory Image Restore”.
use F12 to go to Bio.
GATEWAY- Tap F8 and select “Repair Your Computer” to access the options for the factory restore.
HP– Most HP’s use the F11 key at startup to access the factory restore. HP’s calls it the “Recovery Manager”.
IBM- IBM’s almost always use the F11 key at startup to access the recovery partition.
LENOVO– Lenovo PC’s use F11 at start up to access the factory restore.
SAMSUNG– Samsung PC’s usually use F4 at startup. Also try F6 and F8.
TOSHIBA– Toshiba PC’s usually use F8 and then select “Repair Your Computer“. If that doesnt work, turn off the PC, Hold down the “0” key, and while holding it down, turn on the PC