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Restore settings to factory.

I have a nspire CL51-15 and i have so many new progrems on there that i'm done with them and i'm giving the computer to my dad so i was wanting to restore everything back to when it first came out of the box so unstead of deleting everything how can i just restore it with a couple of clicks?

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If you have a separate partition for recovery, boot to that. You can tell if you have a separate partition by clicking My Computer and seeing how many are listed under Hard Disk Drives. The first one is generally C and the next partition or drive would be D.
If your laptop came with a recovery disc, insert that into the cd drive and reboot your computer. That will wipe everything and start fresh for your dad.
Let me know if you have any further questions. Thanks for using and please rate this accordingly.

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