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The only way to restore all the factory out of the box settings is to reload the operating system using the recovery discs that you either made wehen it was new or got with the PC, if you are like most owners you never made the recovery diss set and you will need to buy it from the PC makers parts dept, it is not to expensive, about $30.00
Posted on Feb 07, 2012
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