Question about Toshiba Satellite P25-S509 Notebook/Laptop/Notebook Power Adapter -19V - 6.3A (Replacement) (839438734733) AC Adapter
I recently just acquired this toshiba satellite P25-S509 but it is running incredibly slow. I figured a full restoration to factory default settings would help solve the problem but unfortunately I dont have any of the discs. I already backed up everything on it that I need. I even downloaded a program that got me the product keys and ids for both the operating system (windows xp) and microsoft office. The question: what is the simplest way to restore the factory default settings at this point? I did a little research and tried using the 0, F1 and F8 keys but am unable to find the hard drive utility screen (the only screen I can get to is the advanced options menu) Is there a shortcut specific to this computer that I am unaware of? If so, can I try and download and burn windows xp to a disc and do it that way? Thanks for any help I can get.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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