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How do I do a factory settings system restore on a packard bell easynote mv35-v-007

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Usually you need to press F10, please bear in mind that this will clean all your data off the laptop.

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I wish to restore my packard bell easynote back to its factory settings but when i bought it it did not have a dics. can i do this any other way? regards martin


Getting any information from Packard Bell is like pulling teeth. I recommend looking on ebay for the recovery discs. Or borrow someone's XP CD and insert the key on the bottom of your computer. If you can't get a CD you can call microsoft and purchase one for $27.

I know this is not what you want to hear. But if you have patience you can write to Packard Bell.

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6534 AB Nijmegen
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