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there are specs inside the case, on the bottom, for my systemax venture. there is also a serial number on the back of the tower, on the outside; however, i believe that the systemax desktops were actually assembled by tiger direct.com.
Depending on what kind of problems the virus is causing, you have a few different options.
If the virus has only wreaked havoc on the operating system, you can reinstall it. Toshiba laptops do not come with a recovery CD. Instead, Toshiba provides a way for you to restore the computer's OS to its original factory settings through the boot menu. The details on how to do this for your make and model can be found here: http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/HTD9102IR0000R01.htm
If the virus has somehow managed to prevent you from getting as far as the boot menu, or if the virus has destroyed the Toshiba factory settings backup, then you will need to contact Toshiba and have them replace the operating system. If you are under warranty, this will be of no cost to you.
hi you just need to restore the system back to the date where sound was working fine , you may follow the process
click on start then go to all programs them accessoris, then system tools select system restore and restore your system back to the date where your system was working fine , (this process if if you have win xp .
for vista and win 7
type system restore in start search and restore the system back to the date.
Hope this resolves the issue .
Your question was not quite finished...I will assume you lost your reinstall disk. No problem...go to the Start menu, All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, and System Restore. Follow the directions through thye system restore wizard. You will get to pick a day and time for your system to restore back to. If you have a XP, there should be many days to pick from...you may not even need to go too far back. If you know what you are trying to avoid( as in the reason why you are trying to restore your system...virus? software loss? etc) just go back to the day of or the day before for your restore. Just remember you will lose any of the information after that date, so be sure to make a backup of everything you need or want!