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Holp someone could send me the recovey disc or``

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pc can't get in windows

then i recover the ops with the recovery disc created when the ops was well

during the recovering of hold hard driver(3 of 5 steps), not thing wrong

then pc reboot, it can't get in windows to setup infor.(the 4 of 5 steps ).

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I had thought the hard driver down but it's not.

I installed the original xp ops(no sp2, can't be updated)then get drivers fromhttp://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/swu-list.pl?mdl=VGN-SZ220®ion_id=1.

video ok internet ok some ok some not ok
the pity is the audio not ok

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Re-install windows and install proper driver using driver cd if u have if not download the same drivers from vio site

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If you mean how do you return to factory condition, press F11 just before it boots and follow the prompts.

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HP recovery discs can be used to return a computer's software configuration to its original condition. HP provides a recovery solution on the hard drive, but it is still a good idea to keep recovery discs stored in a safe place in the event of a hard drive failure. Use the sections in this document to obtain a recovery solution that works best for you.
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    Follow these steps to create your recovery discs.

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