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How to reswtore to factory settings in Dell computer without disc


Why you want to reinstall the OS:

* System affected by virus,worms,spams and bluescreen

* Any OS issues and you are not able to get into windows


How to reinstall the OS:

* Normally in a computer to reinstall OS and the drivers it may take about minimum of 1 hour but using the dell partition we can do it in 25 mins and you don't need to install drivers seperately

To reinstall OS (Windows XP):

* While turning on the computer in the Dell screen you need to press control +F11 keys simultaneously

* Once you do that it will take you to a different screen were it will ask for your confirmation to reinstall the OS

* Once you confirm it the reinstallation will take place and the computer will reboot

* After that you will be prompted to provide informations like date and time zone,computer name and such things

* After this it will get into the regular desktop screen..

* All the drivers will be preinstalled other than the softwares that you installed on the computer

To reinstall OS (Win Vista or Win 7):

* While turning on the computer in the Dell screen you need to press the F8 key

* This will take you to the advance boot option were you need to select Repair my computer

* After that you need to select the Dell image restore or Dell factory restore

* Follow the onscreen instructions and it will ask for your confirmation to reinstall the OS

* Once you confirm it the reinstallation will take place and the computer will reboot

* After that you will be prompted to provide informations like date and time zone,computer name and such things

* After this it will get into the regular desktop screen

* All the drivers will be preinstalled other than the softwares that you installed on the computer


Note: Please take a backup of all the files before reinstalling the OS

If you dont have the default dell partition then you need to reinstall the OS using the CD



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bluescreen? try this one turn off your laptop for sometime, and open it and remove the new applications you install. you can repair the problem by repairing you o.s. but it will not take long the Bluescreen will return soon.

solution: back up your data make a clean format. but right after installing o.s. immediately install anti virus.

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The system shuts down during the boot process with the following message NT AUTHORITY / SYSTEM system wil be restarted


Note: If you disconnect your computer from its broadband connection, it does not shut down. Remove the cable from the network card or unplug the USB cable modem. Note: There are currently, and may continue to be, variants to this worm virus. Your computer may also be infected with other viruses, yet this worm virus has made the issue known. Please check with your antivirus software manufacturer to obtain the latest updates for your antivirus software, as well as instructions for the removal of all viruses. To help avoid these types of issues in the future, be sure to schedule regular updates for both your antivirus software and Windows critical updates. It is also recommended that on a regular basis you make a backup copy of all important data. This document is intended for a computer that is not infected with any other viruses other than this worm virus. Gateway technical support does not normally support virus removal or any other virus issue. However, since this worm virus widely affects many computer users, we wanted to provide assistance as a courtesy.
RESOLUTION: Note: Gateway does not support viruses. All customers affected by this should be directed to Symantec or Answers by Gateway for support and resolution. We initially provided support for this virus because of the impact to our customers, however we now need to adhere to our virus policy. Note: Please read all information in this document before attempting to clean your computer. You may also want to print a copy of this document to have at your disposal when attempting to clean your computer. For best printing results, in your Internet browser, from the File menu, click Print. There is a lot of information contained in the document on combating what you may see, including how to stop the shut down process so that you can complete the steps. Also, you must install the Microsoft patch to prevent this type of issue from reoccurring. There are four resolution options available. Note: Follow Resolution #1 first, and then proceed to either Resolution #2 or #3, depending on your antivirus software.

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NT Authority\System Error Message: "This system is shutting down. Windows must now restart because the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) service terminated unexpectedly."

Affected Products: Software, System CD/DVDs
Affected Operating Systems: Windows NT® 4.0, Windows® 2000, Windows® XP

ISSUE:
Note: If you have a Gateway Server, click here.
When starting your computer, you may see the following error message: System Shutdown This system is shutting down. Please save all work in progress
and log off. Any unsaved changes will be lost. This shutdown
was initiated by NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM Time before shutdown: Message:
Windows must now restart because the Remote Procedure Call
(RPC) service terminated unexpectedly 2-976684501-01.gif Note: If you disconnect your computer from its broadband connection, it does not shut down. Remove the cable from the network card or unplug the USB cable modem. Note: This is in reference to issue number 2-976684501. Note: There are currently, and may continue to be, variants to this worm virus. Your computer may also be infected with other viruses, yet this worm virus has made the issue known. Please check with your antivirus software manufacturer to obtain the latest updates for your antivirus software, as well as instructions for the removal of all viruses. To help avoid these types of issues in the future, be sure to schedule regular updates for both your antivirus software and Windows critical updates. It is also recommended that on a regular basis you make a backup copy of all important data. This document is intended for a computer that is not infected with any other viruses other than this worm virus. Gateway technical support does not normally support virus removal or any other virus issue. However, since this worm virus widely affects many computer users, we wanted to provide assistance as a courtesy.
RESOLUTION: Note: Gateway does not support viruses. All customers affected by this should be directed to Symantec or Answers by Gateway for support and resolution. We initially provided support for this virus because of the impact to our customers, however we now need to adhere to our virus policy.
Note: Please read all information in this document before attempting to clean your computer. You may also want to print a copy of this document to have at your disposal when attempting to clean your computer. For best printing results, in your Internet browser, from the File menu, click Print. There is a lot of information contained in the document on combating what you may see, including how to stop the shut down process so that you can complete the steps. Also, you must install the Microsoft patch to prevent this type of issue from reoccurring. There are four resolution options available. Note: Follow Resolution #1 first, and then proceed to either Resolution #2 or #3, depending on your antivirus software.
Note: If the computer attempts to shut down, use the following steps to prevent the forced shut down. This allows you to complete one of the resolutions without the computer restarting.
  1. From the Start menu, click Run.
  2. In the Run dialog box, type: shutdown -a. Click OK.

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laptop is loading OS vista but doesnot open windows it seem to affect by virus nameof laptop acer aspire


Hi,


There might be 3 options.

1. Restart notebook. Press F8. Enter in safe mode. Delete the file affected by virus and check whether that would solve the issue.Try running anti-virus if that would allow you.

2. Restore the system.Again enter in Safe Mode and restore the settings to back date.

3. Repair/Reinstall windows or Download registry files and add to the windows menu.

Any further help, let me know.

Thanks for using "Fixya".

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Virus affected our network


hello sir,
first checkout which one node uploding more data on network, nd chocked ur whole network, remove these node from ur network and check another node working good then scan findouted pc from symantec antivirus otherwise take backup and reinstall windows on problumatic pc.
Yogesh Tetarwal
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Unable to get back from standby.


In your problem there is no errors in the hardware, You may/should reformat and reinstall the windows to correct all the errors.

note: reformatting and installation can delete your files so back up it b4 proceeding.

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