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Would like to reset my Toshiba satellite A105 as if it just came from the factory.

I know that on my dell laptop, I reset my computer by hitting the cntrl and a F key. Are there keys that can clean the Toshiba satellite and allow me to start as when I first received my computer?

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  • epson200 Oct 03, 2008

    Thank you so much for responding. My bad though, as I should have mentioned that I am using Windows XP, I do not see the options 3 and 4 as you described. As far as boot options I only see "Enable Boot Logging"

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Follow the steaps from above and see if that doesent get u back up and running like new.

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