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If you are talking about the BIOS settings, go into the setup routine and change the settings to the default or safe settings and then save them. If you are refering to software go to the Windows RESTORE and restore your computer to the earliers date that it will alow you to do. If your computer came with a restore disk, or restore function Run it. I hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
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