It does not give me that option the only ones are:
Safe mode with networking
Safe mode with command prompt
Enable boot logging
Enable VGA mode
Last known good configuration
Dictionary service restore mode
Disable automatic restart on system failure
Return to OS choices menu
Try this two method if factory reset is not working
1) Restore from a system restore point
2) Use a recovery drive
Solution 1: Restore from a system restore point
This takes your computer back to an earlier point in time, also known as a system restore point, generated when you install a new app, driver, or Windows update, or when you create a restore point manually.
Restoration will not affect personal files, but it will remove any apps, drivers and updates that were installed after the restore point was created.
Here’s how to restore from a system restore point:
Right click Start
Select Control Panel
In the control panel search box, type Recovery
Select Recovery from search results
Click Open System Restore
Choose the restore point that is related to the problem-causing app, driver or update then select Next and Finish.
Solution 2: Use a recovery drive
If you can’t factory reset Windows 10, you can also recover from a drive so as to reinstall Windows 10.
If you don’t back up system files when creating your recovery drive, then the Reset this PC and Recover from a drive options won’t be available.
If you’re using a recovery drive created on Windows 8.1, do the following:
Connect the recovery drive and turn on your computer
Go to Choose an Option screen
Restore from a system restore point by selecting Advanced Options
Click System Restore
Select Reset this PC
Select Yes, repartition the drive to reinstall Windows 8.1 (this removes all personal files, apps and drivers you installed, and changes made to your settings. Apps from your computer’s manufacturer will be reinstalled and drive default partitions restored.
I hope these two methods will be helpful, if factory reset is not working!