How can i restore my evesham laptop back to factory settings
Hi,i bought a brand new evesham laptop for my son last xmas,i didn't recieve the manual with it, i really need to restore it back to factory settings as it is really sluggish, my son has never been able to play dvd's on it either, i would be very grateful if you could give me some advice,on the box it says it's a evesham explorer 2007 the model number is 8615GTK many thanks Andrew
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Check to see if there is a system restore setup for a previous date, this will allow you to roll-back the changes made. You can find this under the control panel.
If you want to restore back to the original windows settings, you need to reinstall windows from DVD or CD, these are backups made when you first got the laptop.
In some cases you can, IF there is a restore partition! Heres how to reset your laptop if it has the restore partition!
Right after turning the machine on repeatedly press the F8 key
Use your arrow keys to select Dell Restore- then press enter-
Select factory restore not from backup!
Hope this helps if not please message me for more detail!
Commonly, recent branded laptops or netbooks have a feature called system restore or system recovery that allows to return your computer to a the factory default state, in other words, almost a brand new state software, this feature can be available depending on manufacturer and model, by CD/DVD system restore disks, as an option shown during starup or a software utility running in Windows.
Do you really need to format your laptop
have you thought about or tried a system restore back to when it was ok
or back to last good know configuration
factory restore is so very permanent and you will loose any thing and everything that
you may of put on there like files or photo's
Because it will take it back to as you ist bought it and it will take a ages to set it all up again
how you liked it
But perfect if that is what you want
so please do burn anything to disk using a exterior drive or at least send over to a pendrive
or spare exterior hard drive
and to restore back to factory settings i believe that when you hit the power start up key also hit the F8 key at the same time and it should take you into the factory restore manager
Restoring your laptop back to it's original settings can be done in numerous ways but it would be easier to give you specific advice if we knew what brand/model of laptop you have.
Nearly all big brand laptops come with a restore disk or at least the ability to create one. Check the disks that came with your laptop for one labeled "restore" or "repair". If it came with a blank cd/dvd then chances are you'll need to create one.
I think this would be the easiest option for you if you're not too familiar with computers. Let me know what laptop you've got & hopefully i'll be able to point you in the right direction.
Hi, If the laptop didn't come with restore CD's then chances are that there is a hidden recovery partition on the hard drive that you need to access to recover it back to factory state. Restart the PC and press ALT+F10 to get into the recovery mode and restore the laptop, you can also try empowering technology, eRecovery software to restore the machine.
A full "factory restore" involves booting to the restore CDs (or hard drive sys restore partion, used by some manufactors) and following the manufactors instructions.
A Factory restore will result in all DATA being wiped, it really does mean "like the day it left the factory".