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I want to set my e-machine to factory setting due to the fact that i think i got a glitch

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Did you create the recovery cd's when you first got it?
If not go to Start, all programs,eMachine. create recovery.
It may be Start,all programs.recovery, create recovery cds


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Restoring factory settings on my emachine W3506


I think you might have got a DVD with your machine.. Please put on that DVD and restart the machine.. and go to Bios and make change the setting to boot from the CD drive.. and it will get booted to the recovery dvd and simply follow the instructions from the DVD.. plz not that your data will get deleted once recovery is done..

Jan 05, 2015 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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Want to restore to factory settings


Which factory settings? If you mean the BIOS settings, when you start the machine, go into setup (could be F2, F11 or F12 depends on the motherboard) and there is a place in there (you'll see it when the screen opens) to reset to default. It will ask if you really want to do it, answer YES and it will reset all of your BIOS setting back to factory defaults. Once it resets, it will reboot the machine.

Nov 05, 2013 | Acer Veriton M261 PC Desktop

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I need to reset my toshiba satelite A215-S4817 to factory default


toshiba satelite A215-S4817
This is a laptop not a desktop !!
Restoring factory default settings on your computer can be done within a couple of hours, without any need for the recovery discs.
First, you need to back up any data and information that you want to keep, such as documents, pictures, and downloaded email, since everything will be erased from your hard drive after restoring the factory settings on your computer.
If you haven't restored factory settings on your machine before, do not worry.
With proper instruction, you can have your computer back to its original state within a few hours at most.

Restart your computer and proceed to Step 2 before Windows begins to load after reboot.
If you are restoring a Toshiba model, hold down the "0" (zero) key as you turn off the machine, then skip to step three.
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Access your computer's "PC Recovery" feature by entering the correct button(s) for your machine.
This button varies, depending on the make of your machine.
HP and Dell users will hit the "F11" key, whereas Acer and Sony users will enter "F10."
If you own a Samsung model, use "F4."
3
Select "Destructive Recovery," or "Restore Original Factory Image," from the list of options that appear on the next screen, then click "Continue."
A destructive recovery will erase everything on your machine and reinstall the operating system.
4
Wait as the factory settings are restored on your computer.
Windows will require you to make date, time, and language settings on the next set of screens to follow after your machine restarts.
This process can take anywhere from a half-hour up to 2 hours to complete.

Oct 14, 2013 | PC Desktops

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EMachine EL1333G windows 7 64 bit AMD Athlon 2650E Processor ( BIOS OVERCLOCK HELP)


Troy,

When Processors (CPU) are made, they are made on a Pass/Fail scale. Processor is either Good, or not good.

This means you may get a Processor that is on the Top of the scale, or Bottom of the scale. The AMD factory doesn't discriminate.

In fact they don't care. (This goes for all Processor manufacturers, not just AMD)
All they care about is does the Processor work, or not?

Therefore, you may have a Processor that is on the Bottom of the scale, but passed as Good.

Point? Stating a setting that might be good for joeblow's AMD Athlon 2650e, may not work for yours.

Might work for yours, and not joeblow's.

This is why you need to go into BIOS Setup, and using a SMALL increment, overclock the Processor.
Run the computer for 24 hours, and see if everything is chiily.
(Computer still works OK)
This is a "Burn-In test"

Works OK for 24 hours? Then go back into BIOS Setup, and go up one more small increment. Do the Burn-In test.

Keep going until the computer has glitches, or doesn't work.
Then go back into BIOS Setup, and come down one small increment, or go back to where the computer WAS working OK.

It's an individual thing. Each Processor (CPU) is different from the others.

For additional questions please post in a Comment.
Regards,
joecoolvette

Apr 23, 2013 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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I am trying to restore my emachine to it's original factory settings as I am going to sell it. I have been told that I need to go in the emachines folder in programs but there isn't a folder...


emachines does not provide any factory restore option in computer, in fact you might have received factory restore disks when you bought it, which can be used to restore your computer Or you can check with emachines if they can provide you these disks
hope this helps

Jun 25, 2011 | E-Machines PC Desktops

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I have a packard bell imedia mc 1538 and need to resore to factory settings, have tried using F10 key with no result just goes to start up. The master cd just does a system restore and not the factory...


If the file that holds the factory settings is gone then there is no way to restore the factory settings back. You can however reinstall windows if you got a hold of a windows disc in the version you want. You can use the windows key on the computer somewhere to activate the windows. I would suggest doing a system restore the the last restore point and removing any unwanted things from there.

May 11, 2011 | PC Desktops

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Restore back to fact.


are you trying to restore your system to factory settings?

it means you can loose all your data in your computer. If you dont have data use your system restore cd come along with your desktop to restore.

Put your restore cd in your cd rom and restart your system. Boot with the cd and follow instructions on screen

Jun 25, 2010 | Acer Aspire™ T180 PC Desktop

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HOW DO I RESTOR MY DELL DESTOP BACK TO FACTORY SETTING


you need your backup cd that comes with the pc when u bought it new, this will reset everything to orginal

Jul 06, 2009 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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Factory Settings


What type of machine u have tell me the brand name and model number of the machine then only we can tell how to restore it factory settings

or else in google just put u r machine details u get links follow the steps


Aug 14, 2008 | Gateway PC Desktops

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How to fix


hi JPOWER,

my problem in finding a solution to this problem is the fact that Casio doesn't allow anyone who isn't a Casio supplier to download the manual for the CE 3700.
I would firstly suggest that you cycle the power on the machine if you've not tried that already. To do this you need to power down the machine and physically remove it from its power source. Keep it powered down like this for 30s to 1min to allow the machine's memory to clear. Power it back up and try logging in now.

If this doesn't work and you still have the manual for the CE 3700, try looking up some section in it relating to the procedure to restore the machine to its factory settings. With the machine restored to its factory settings you'll be able to log into the machine as if you just bought it, with the down side of losing all the data acquired by the machine before the restore to factory settings was performed.

If this doesn't work either the possibility of physical damage to a electrical component of the register should be considered and could be verified by a electrical technician.

Hope you find this information helpful in solving the problem with your cash register and thanks for using the FixYa service
Kind regards

Mar 01, 2008 | Casio Parts Cash Register PC Desktop

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