ya i dont see what u talking about in setting. this weird computer it even says Control Panel\System and Security\Backup and Restore (Windows 7). i never been on windows 7By disabling fast boot it gives yourself more of a chance to get into BIOS/boot menu. Fast Startup feature will typically prevent you from mounting the Windows partitions in Linux, since it acts basically the same as hibernating the Windows OS: Linux sees that Windows has not cleanly unmounted the Windows partitions and so some cached data might held in the hibernation data, waiting to be written to its final place in the Windows filesystem. You can keep Fast Startup enabled but that will make it more difficult to exchange files between the operating systems.
To turn off Fast Startup go to Control Panel -> All Control Panel Items -> Power Options -> System Settings, and under the title "Shutdown settings", uncheck the item "Turn on fast startup (recommended)" and click on "Save changes" at the bottom of the window.