Resetting to factory settings from boot options w/

  Abdreasso 15:47 13 Feb 2018

Hi everyone, this one is a tough one, so hopefully someone brainy is able to help me. I recently smashed my LCD screen on my Lenovo IdeaPad 310. I have already ordered a new screen, though I still want to use my conputer in the meantime. I could of course just use an HDMI-cable to an external screen, which I did, but the my laptop started going through a boot loop, where it constantly restarted right after booting (thus before I was able to see anything on screen). Because of the built in pin hole on the side of my computer, I am able to access boot options. The solution would be to reset to factory settings (Note: I want to keep my personal files). So now, I am asking antone, if there is a way to do this without using the mouse since I (as stated) cannot see anything on the internal or external monitor. Thanks in advance :-)

  Archie44 17:38 13 Feb 2018

I hope this might help

Recover Data from the Hard Drive off a Broken Laptop

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  Archie44 17:45 13 Feb 2018

or c this: PC advise

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