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Can You tell Me how to do System recovery On MY Packard Bell Computer.

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From your start menu go to
programs/accessories/system tools/system restore. pick a date when the pc was working and the pc will resart to that date.

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"Step 4 - Re-installing your software
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ExtHS process.
Please have your Recovery CDs to hand when you call
the Easy Repair line.

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Jonkerbosplein 52
6534 AB Nijmegen
Po Box 6925
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