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I am missing many programs that came wit this computer and I can not get them back. needs to go back to factory settings
It would be helpful if we knew the Make, Model of Laptop and the OS. Without knowing ANY info, reboot, select the correct F key to boot to Recovery Software, select Full Recovery, provided you have a Recovery Partition. ALL your data will be lost, ALL updates must be installed, your laptop will return to the day it came out of the box. OR, buy a Factory Recovery DVD/CD's from your Laptop Manufacturer.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: toshiba laptop hard reset needed
check in your my computer
see its there will say restore or recovery
can also right click my computer properties
you'll see retore in there
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
Restart the computer and hold down the F11 key. You can also backup your documents in the process of the restore.
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Posted on Apr 15, 2009
CREATE A BACK OF DATA INIT
BETTER THEN RESTORING U CAN RESTORE UR SYSTEM TO A PERIOD WHEN UR THINKPAD WAS RUNNING SUCCESSFULLY AND THIS DOESNT DELETE ANY DATA ON UR HARD DISK
START PROGRAMMES ACCESSORIES
SYSTEM TOOLS SYSTEM RESTORE
THIS WILL SURELY HELP U
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
First plug in the Notebook to a power socket with your adapter. Power on the Notebook and you will see the Acer splash
screen. Immediately prell ALT and keep tapping F10 at the same time. It will take you to a screen where you will see
"windows is loading files" or "starting acer recovery" it will ask you, how do you want to restore?" choose
the option "restore to factory default" and click continue. It will go through the restore process and within 15 - 20 minutes it should finish the process. Your Notebook will be back to factory default settings and once again you can see the OOBE.
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Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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