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You just press F11 at the startup and do a system restore to factory settings. No disc needed.
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
If your PC is still under factory warranty the manufacterer might do it for you. I did not have the restore disk but eMachines surprised me. by sending me a shipping box and then paying the shipping costs both ways. The PC was restored to factory specs and back to me in 5 to 7 business days.
You will need to include your Windows OS password.
If your PC is out of warranty most manufacterers will sell you a restore disk for about $20 plus
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