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Rebooting I would like to reboot my pc,(but have never done it before with this new pc i have),so have no idea what to do! It has windows vista (basic home edition)on it.

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When booting wait for the manufacturers screen to appear, i.e acer, packard bell etc... then press Alt and tap F10 this will bring up the recovery manager to enable you to restore your computer to factory settings.

Before you do this when you boot press F2 to go into the bios and make sure that D2D is enabled.

I hope this helps

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