Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
You should either have a recovery partition on your HDD or a recovery CD to reset it back to OEM defaults. If it's on the HDD as a recovery partition, then when you first turn on your computer, when you see the option for BIOS and all that, there should be another one for recovery. Usually as F11. But if it's as a recovery CD just pop it in and let it do it's thing. **Warning** The recovery process is not automated, do not enjoy a coke and a sandwich and go off to enjoy your favorite TV show expecting it to do all the work for you. Lol, hope I helped ^^
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
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