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This is a pretty straight forward operation. First, of course, you should backup. When it is done any data on the hard drive that you want to keep. Once that is done, put the restore CD in the drive and turn on the computer. Press any key to boot from the CD. The process is pretty much automated, so just watch the prompts and answer them. It should take about 45 minutes to an hour to run. Remove the CD and restart the computer when prompted. It will boot up in the original configuration.ow how it works out for you.
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