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You can look for a D:\drive. that has the factory disks located there. After restore, you should create system restore disks..Manufacturers stopped shipping restore disks, putting that task on the new owners.
your best bet is to burn a recovery disk to a back-up DVD and then do a full format of the drive D. then make sure to download a good anti-spyware program so that you will not have the pop-up problem again.
If you mean a restore disk, you will have to contact the manufacturer and purchase the restore disk. restore disk will restore your computer back to factory settings (brand new out of the box) I do not know what a reboot disk is. I hope this helps.
typically you don't need to press ctrl at all -- usually f11 does the trick -- or going into accessories and system tools and looking for factory restore or something similar, the program has different names depending on the manufacturer. System Restore will only bring it back to a previous date...
You need not buy any WINDOWS DISK, if u can borrow the WINDOWS XP DISK from your frenn or relative just for an hour then we can go ahead and help u with the FRESH WINDOWS RE-INSTALLATION and all the spyware infection would be cleaned up .. As far as WINDOWS GENUINE SOFTWARE LICENSE is concerned just look at the back of your DELL PC, there would be 2 WHITE BAR CODED STICKERS one of them will have the WINDOWS XP PRODUCT KEY which we can use and you NEED NOT WASTE your hard earned earned $100 for that disk which u can borrow i believe..
temme as soon as u get the disk......
One more thing that DELL cant charge u for the disk, because when u bought the system or in your case when the system was bought the amount was paid for the WINDOWS GENUINE LICENSE and the disk... so in case they don't provide you with the disk and you don't find the product key then call them and get the GENERIC PRODUCT KEY ATLEAST... WELL WHAT I BELIEVE IF U R LIVING IN U.S.A. THEN call them back and asked for the disk again because i've worked in dell and i have send disk to many people free of cost whose disk has been lost or damaged even if the system is out of warranty..
When the pc starts to boot up from the disk, and you get to the point where it asks which partition to install Windows, go ahead and delete all partitions (unless one has the restore image, or you just want to keep a separate partition), or just the main big one. Now follow the instructions to create a partition, and make it as big as desired, again depending on weather you want two, or just one large one. Now tell the pc to install Windows on the newly created partition and see what happens. I am trying to help, so please don't rate me, UNLESS I fixed it. Thanks!
for enabling system restore do this
Start the Group Policy Editor (gpedit.msc) Navigate to Computer Configuration/Administrative Templates/System/System Restore Set Turn off System Restore and Turn off Configuration to Disable Right click on My Computer and Select Manage Navigate to Services and Applications/Services Navigate to System Restore Service and double click On the General tab set [Startup Type] to Automatic using the drop down list Click the Start button to start the service Close the Computer Management console Return to System Restore in Group Policy Editor and configure both to Not Configured Close Group Policy Editor and reboot the system.
The model is probably B110 and you can start the factory restore by restarting the computer and repeatedly pressing CTRL- F11 until you see the factory restore program start. Then follow the on-screen prompts to do a factory restore.
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