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Did you mean Restore or Recovery? Does the system boot? If you have the desktop, click Start>Run
Type rstrui.exe and click ok (or hit 'Enter').
Follow the prompt to do a system restore. Make sure to select a restore point that is older than the problem you are having, in order to fix it. Be aware you may have to disable (I uninstall) your antivirus software to allow the restore operation to finish successfully.
Posted on Jul 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: dell xps m1330
Well from what I have read in your description of the problem stated, there is no way to do this without replacing your hard drive. If you cannot remember or find your password for Boot of the Computer then you really have no choice, Or you can take the other way too and thats what you choose not to do and that's call Dell Custoemr Service and pay for warranty or a In-Service for your Dell M1330. There is really no getting around that, realistically also considering the fact that it appears to be a laptop it's going to be really difficult for someone to access the hard drive to replace the hard drive, So that really eliminates to one option and that is paying for a warranty with Dell or taking it to Geek Squad at your local Best Buy Retail Store...The cons of that take to a local retail store like Best Buy would be having to purchase a whole new operating system, paying for an agent to install new hard drive, reinstalling operating system, and the biggest part is will Dell now provide you drivers for your computer usually that will depend upon whether you get the Operating System that came with the Dell XPS M1330, if you choose to down-grade then you more than likely will be not elgible for Driver updates from Dell and will have to manually go to the manufactors and retrieve them one-by-one.
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
SOURCE: i want to reboot my
Reboot? You mean restart? Click Start, click the arrow beside the Lock button and choose Restart. It's the same.
If you mean System Recovery (wiping out everything but the OS and making the PC new), then there must be a software like Recovery Manager. Search Start Menu.
As it is a Dell, you must have a recovery partition on the drive. It will be just as new.
Or use the set of CDs that you created when it was new, or one which you got with the PC. If you didn't get and you didn't even make it, ask Dell to send a set for your model.
If nothing works, then use a Vista installation disk that you can buy in a retail store. Note that you won't get the pre-installed software that you got from Dell when you removed the PC from the box.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
SOURCE: passward broken
Unless you can get hold of a Linux password recovery program to reset or remove the password from the Windows Administrator's login, you will need to reinstall Windows again, the device drivers and your programs.
In this process you will lose all your data that is stored on your hard drive.
If you want to save your data before you install Windows, remove the hard drive, connect it to an USB hard drive adapter (most likely you will need power to the hard drive) and plug it into the USB port of a working computer. This computer will see it as an external hard drive, copy your data you require so you can load it back onto your computer after you installed Windows.
You can connect your hard drive into a working computer on the 2nd IDE controller, then you can see this drive and copy your data files.
Posted on May 21, 2009
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