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Reclaiming a Telikin Computer
« on: 24-January-19, 19:46:52 »

A friend of mine has a Telikin Breeze 18.6" AIO which is built on the MSI Wind Top AE1920. She has decided that the computer is not very useful with that platform and wants to have the Telikin software removed (which Telikin will not do) and a new operating system loaded on the computer. The problem is that the software does not allow executable files to be run on the computer, and there is no way to access the boot menu to allow booting from a removable device (both the F3 System Recovery and F11 Boot Menu functionality have been defeated). To complicate matters further, the PC case has no visible screw access holes where they should be to allow access to the hard drive so I can remove it and format it to prepare for a clean installation. Does anyone have any suggestions for how I can either bypass the software (which sits on a Tiny Core Linux OS) or get the case opened without destroying it?

Thanks for any help you can give.



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Re: Reclaiming a Telikin Computer
« Reply #1 on: 24-January-19, 20:34:41 »

Please contact with Telikin Computer directly.
I think you buy this systme from Telikin Computer.
Telikin Computer has been modified this system.

AE1920 is without Telikin software for shipping from MSI.
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