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Re: how to restore factory settings
Best bet is to do a system restore to a date before you have problems. Go into start>accessories>system tools>system restore. Your computer automatically creates restore points each time you log on..so once you are in system restore just pick a date that was before you had problems and your system will restore itself to that date...if you have any questions let me know..there are other options if that does not work so keep me updated..
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Hello there and welcome to fixya To restore to factory settings 1. power off the computer make sure there is nothing connected to it like any internet cords or speakers or mouse ect ect. 2. turn on the computer and immediately press the f11 button you may have to press this a few times. 3. the computer will come up to the restore screen then it will ask you if you want to restore files or reset to factory settings this may be in the advanced options ok? 4.once it has started to restore DO NOT INTERRUPT IT because it formats the hard drive and re installs the original files back to factory condition. If you do interrupt it you will be left with a inoperative computer and you will have to do the whole process over ok Hope this is very helpful for you Best regards Mike
To restore the computer to factory settings, you can use the hidden recovery partition in the computer. Please restart and press and hold the F10 key to access the recovery partition. From the recovery tools window, please select "Restore C Drive" to get back the factory installed settings in the computer.
Try to update you r os to the max, disable any firewall olny the windows firewall should be on, check internet security settings they must be too high. restore internet settings, go to advance on internet properties, choosse restore factory settings.
Ok, firstly i would recommend restoring all back to factory settings as it would appear that this a a configuration problem and that should fix it as i believe there is no personal or data to be backed up as yet.IF there is, simply back it up to a thumb drive.
To restore to factory settings(Like it has just come out of the box basicly) When the laptop starts up hold down ALT and keep pressing F10.
A screen should appear with configuration settings and an option to system restore.
Select system restore and it should have prompts from there.