- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
- Open task manager and Disable Background Running Services & Programs. - Remove Unwanted Software's. - Install latest Windows updates After that simply get the Intel Software Partner "RegInOut" for best performance. Remember that Windows need above to be optimized from time to time. So regular maintenance is required for you system. Hopefully it will help you
Did this come with a recovery disc and you lost it? If it didn't come with one you may have a recovery partition that you can boot to. If there IS a recovery partition you should see a message on bootup that will tell you what button to push to startup to the recovery partition. If you DON'T have a recovery partition your only options are a clean install with a Windows installation disc or to call emachines (gateway) to see if they have a disc to send you.
You can contact them by following the instructions here:
you can format and re install your software directly even without restting your bios setting. any way remove the battery in the mother board for 20 minutes and put it back. whwn you open it will reset to factory default.
If you have not entered a password before during the setup, you wouldn't need one and could leave the password field blank and still get in to the router.
If you have entered a password and forgotten it, then you'll have to do a factory rest. Unfortunately this will wipe all the data and put it back to factory status.
Locate the reset hole on the router. The button will be on the back or side of the router.
Leave the router powered on.
Use a paperclip (or similar) to press and hold in the reset button for 10 seconds.
Remove the paperclip.
Wait approximately one minute for the router to restart.
The settings for the router have now been reset back to their default.
hi there are only 2 ways to do that. 1st re-install windows or 2nd to a system restore that is restoring your pc to an earlier time..The best way to do a a factory rest is to format everything and re-install windows.. Thats all
Do you mean a complete factory reset....if this is the case you must open the box, find the bios chip and beside it you should find its jumpers. The jumper must be taken off and stay off for at least a minute....replace as it was.....close the box and reboot, hey presto back to factory rest.