Question about Sylvania G-Netbook
Shena if u have OS CD with u u can try a factory restore....just put the CD in and press f12 and then u will see a msg "press any key to boot from CD" so press any key...once windows load files u will get an option for startup repair there u will find option of factory setting....if u dont want to do that i will suggest u to do a clean install.
Posted on Feb 13, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Turn the machine over on it's back, look for a small hole about an inch from the right lower corner of the data plate. If you look closely it has small print that says "RESET" Take a small object (tooth pick, straighten paper clip etc.) and softly push in in the hole and hold it until you see the machine go dark. hold it for about ten seconds and then release it. Re boot your machine.
Posted on Dec 01, 2010
SOURCE: My sylvania is dead how
If this is the Sylvania SYNET07526, you turn it over on the back and find a small hole 1in diagonaly from the right lower corner. Insert a tooth pick in to the hole and depress the micro switch for about 10 seconds, mind you this is when you have the charger inserted fully into the machine.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
WHEN I TURN ON MY SYLVANIA SYNET07526 IT ONLY SHOWS LOADING OS IMAGE AND NEVER LEAVES FROM THAT SCREEN, I HAVE TRIED EVERYTHING. HOW DO I FIX THIS PROBLEM
Posted on Jun 01, 2011
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Press the F12 key on your Sony Vaio keyboard. This will enter the computer into the built-in restore mode. Note that depending on the model of Sony Vaio, you may have to press either the F11 key or the ESC key to enter this restore mode. This must be done before your operating system begins to load. If you see the Windows logo appear on screen, you'll have to restart and try again.
Choose the option on screen that is most appropriate to your needs. You will be presented with three options: you can either create a set of recovery discs, attempt to repair your operating system's installation, or restore your operating system. Repairing your operating system will attempt to fix your computer without deleting any of your personal files. Restoring your operating system will delete everything on your hard drive and return your computer to its original factory settings.
Wait for the restore process to complete. Depending on the type of restore you've tried, you may have to wait as little as a few minutes and as much as an hour or more. When the process is finished, the computer will automatically restart itselff
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