Question about HP Computers & Internet
HP PC's usually have a recovery partition on them that will allow you to restore the PC to the initial setup.
Make sure you have backed up all your data before you start.
Reboot the PC. As it starts you will be offered the option to boot from the recovery partition. If it does not then select the option that allows you to choose the boot device. Then you will be offered the recovery partition.
You will be guided through the process of restoring the PC.
BEWARE!!! IT MAY DELETE ALL YOUR DATA!!! BACK IT UP BEFORE YOU START!!!
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
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