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HOW TO RESTORE FACTORY SETTINGS FOR VGN-FW460J

RESTORE FACTORY SETTINGS

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SOURCE: i have a sony vaio model number vgn nr21j. I cant

If you're lucky there will be a recovery partition, you can access it in the boot menu so try hitting the F keys when it boots up, may be ESC, F1, F8, F10 etc, try each. (most common for Vaio's is the F8 key)
Once in the boot menu look for recovery, if its not there then you dont have it and will need the disks. If you dont have the disks then you'll need an operating system disk or a technician to rebuild it for you like us friendly chaps at MCSLondon.co.uk :)

Posted on Oct 29, 2010

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Hi,
If you have the disc provided with the laptop,you can restore to factory setting.

Insert the disc and follow the instruction.

Thanks for using FixYa.

Posted on May 27, 2011

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    At the link below you will be able to get step by step instructions on how to restore your computer to the original factory settings.

    Click HERE to navigate to the page.

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    Andrea

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    This Computer has Recovery Partition hidden in the Hard Drive. You can access the Recovery Partition using the VAIO Recovery Wizard or pressing the F10 Key while restarting the Computer.

    The System Recovery will restore the Computer back to the factory defaults and all the data in the Computer will be lost.

    1. To access the VAIO Recovery Wizard, please click "Start", All Programs" , VAIO Recovery and VAIO Recovery icon.
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