Question about Dell XPS M1330 Notebook
Reboot? You mean restart? Click Start, click the arrow beside the Lock button and choose Restart. It's the same.
If you mean System Recovery (wiping out everything but the OS and making the PC new), then there must be a software like Recovery Manager. Search Start Menu.
As it is a Dell, you must have a recovery partition on the drive. It will be just as new.
Or use the set of CDs that you created when it was new, or one which you got with the PC. If you didn't get and you didn't even make it, ask Dell to send a set for your model.
If nothing works, then use a Vista installation disk that you can buy in a retail store. Note that you won't get the pre-installed software that you got from Dell when you removed the PC from the box.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
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