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ok, this is very simple and basic but recovery is not.(can be impossible) we have no idea at all how the OS W7 got there, or the history of the HDD, (ever replaced) OS UPGrades? vista to 7? that LOGO is just BIOS. as is F10. so PC not dead BIOS not dead. but f11 is that dead? recovery? have your read thje manual yet, see HDD tests. that is first, no OS made runs on a dead HDD or one that is weak, smart tests failing is weak.l OS fails to boot, OS is dead, missing or corrupted or HDD is bad.that is the problem. are you backed up? that is Q1, every time to the ends of time. are you? if yes or no data personal there, or apps personal with licenses. then do the full blown HP F11 restore or try W7 startup repair, google that. if the HDD is good an never slammed. means HP recovery partition not gone or wrecked then F11 work power on , hammer F11. see? power on see if hdd test is in the BIOS my HP has that, I run that and if HDD fails, it does not lie, if that passes I run full demo linux media and run full HDD smart tests if those fail, new HDD time. there is no other way with HDD bad. HP sure does not sell media kits after 3 years, your is way way older. 10 years old it seems, even some with VISTA. read here. https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-compaq-dx2390-microtower-pc/3658390/manuals

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wow photos, nobody does them , nice.
no HP PC stated, but is w10
sanyo is projection system.
NEW HDD means w10 was loaded fresh sure.
so load there software
what was the OS before the ***** of HDD< ?
sure go to sanyo and get the applications, for w10
only sanyo supports that projector no body else.
its it connected with VGA?
it only connects these ways for sure

  • RCA Type x 4 (Video, Y, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr) composite.
  • and Mini DIN 4 pin x 1 (S-Video)
  • (VGA) HDB 15 Terminal x 1
what PC you have unstated.
nor what cables you use from proj. to PC stated.
but you do need the sanyo application from them.

ok, im reading your manual
so that screen above is not window but is sanyo only menu.

my guess is you lost the manual here

https://www.manualslib.com/manual/682648/Sanyo-Plv-Z1.html?page=22#manual

has service modes and more.
or read here.

http://ixbtlabs.com/articles2/sanyo-z1/index.html

a you set to user mode (limited or full mode.?
IDK now to reset this projector but it may need that too.
the books says...
There is also a hole with the RESET button. rear

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That is asking how big is a rock. What is the format.wav files are much larger than .mp3 files. What is the bit rate for .mp3? 64, 128, 256 320 kbps?. I Have over 14000 and it takes 406 GB. that said I only use .wav or 320 kbps, each is a file that may contain 20-30 songs, or it may 1 hour long. So That drive will hold more songs than you have, and if you think it is not large enough buy 128 GB or 256 GB. personally I would not worry about it,

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Unsure if you are using your personal account only or have access to a second Administrator account.

The following suggestion for Windows 10 after this message may work.

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-hello/your-pin-is-no-longer-available/6ca16ce1-1db0-40da-99ce-6766317997cf

Hold down Shift key and click Restart from the power icon in corner of the log in screen. Then select Reset PC/keep personal files.

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For applications in metropolitan areas or for long-haul feeds, the more bandwidth available per fiber the higher the return on investment. It is less expensive to add an additional wavelength than it is to install another fiber. The increase in bandwidth is up to 18 times.

Click on the given link to know about the device http://www.multidyne.com/product/cwdm-2000.html
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OTT is a term used to refer to content providers that distribute streaming media as a standalone product directly to viewers over the Internet bypassing telecommunication platform that traditionally act as a controller or distributor of such content.
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