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I need to repair my computer so that it is like it was when it came out of the box 2 years ago. They said to shut down computer and then hit F8 when the Dell logo came up when turned back on. Then to select "repair my computer". I backed up my computer and tried to do this, but didn't get that choice. I am now in safe mode and have no idea where to go from here.

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Sir you might have a corrupted system already, please try re-installing your operating system, or you first maybee didnt press f8 long enough try pressing it just as soon as it started up and again press f8 again and again dont stop until you the options on where you could see the safe mode and other options again dont press f8 just, press it continously until you the options. i hope this helps please send us you feed back if this works out and if not send us again details of the the problem so that we could find another better solutions..

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