Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
Can not access my notebook because i can not remember my password
No worries about taking the Backup of data before reinstalling the Operating System in your Notebook.
I recommend you to remove the Hard Drive of the Notebook and connect it to the USB Port of any other computer using some cables that will be available in most of the computer part stores and copy the required files in the computer to which the hard drive is connected.
You can find the required instructions to remove the Hard Drive of your Notebook from the Manual which is available in the link below :
You can find the required instructions to remove the Hard Drive of your Notebook starting from page number 100 of 233 in the Manual.
Find some cables which can be used to connect the Hard Drive of the Notebook to another computer by clicking HERE
Once the required data is saved, reinsert the Hard Drive back in the Notebook and perform a full recovery by following the instructions listed below using the Recovery Partition with Vista :
Restart or Start the Notebook and start tapping the F11 key immideatly after the Notebook restarts.
This will take you to the Recovery Manager window.
In this, click on the Advanced button.
In this, you will get the following options :
a) Computer Checkup
b) Microsoft system restore
c) File backup wizard
d) System recovery
Click on System Recovery.
In the window that opens, you will get the options...
Do you want to back up your files first (reccomended)
Recover without Backing up.
You can take a backup of the data in the Hard Drive if you have any External storage devices like External Hard Drives connected to the Notebook.
Select the required option to proceed with the Recovery.
The Operating system in the Notebook will be reinstalled along with all the Preinstaled Applications and Drivers to factory default settings.
Hope this helps....
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