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I got a restart disk in my dell computer in how to restart my com

I got a restart disk in my computer. In i want to know how to restart my computer over. Without taking to somebody who know how to restart it over.I thank you very much you tell me how to do it thank you.I hope hear from you a.s.a.p.

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Http://support.dell.com/
Here is the web address for free Dell support. Yuo may download a manual for your particualr model ansd it wil te you how to reinstall back to factory specs.

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