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If your computer has recovery management then go into the bios by pressing F2 when booting and make sure the D2D recovery is enabled. Then save and exit the bios. When the computer boots up again wait for the manufacturers screen to appear i.e. toshiba, HP etc.. and press Alt and tap F10 until the recovery management screen appears. This should enable you to restore your computer to factory default settings, although the recovery management will ask you for a password before it can start running. It will be the password that you entered when you very first set up your computer.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
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