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Reset 3120v I need to reset it back to factory default settings. How do I do this I never got a Disk with it when I bought it. Thanks Trace

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  • tracer69 Dec 31, 2008

    Sorry, I thought this meant that it wasn't appropriate for my laptop. Didn't have any thing to do with AVERATEC LT.
    I still need help on reset.



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