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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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  • Anonymous Nov 19, 2008

    Hi there, i've had the same problem with my daughters laptop, did you have any luck from Evesham, or from anybody else. Thanks, Christine.

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Go to evesham homepage (http://www.evesham.com/), and tell them you problem, they will tell you what to do to restore the laptop.

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