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Restore Factory Settings

Hi, I have the three System Recovery discs I made when I first got my pc. I would like to restore my pc to its factory settings. Can you please tell me how to get into the screen to do this? I had had the blue screen before now and that would have let me do the restore, but I wasn't ready to do it at the time. Now I have put all my important info on a stick, located my recovery discs, etc. and no matter where I search, i cannot find any instructions on restoring factory settings! Please help! Thanks! :)

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Just insert disk and start up the computer

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Try to boot from the recovery discs. It might solve your problem.

Posted on May 20, 2017

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SOURCE: notebook will not read restore cd

Hmm...try taking the hard drive away from ur laptop and use a ''hard drive caddy'' to connect it via usb to another pc.Then format it and try to recover again.It might also be a bios error wich i don't think you can replace on a laptop motherboard.Also try contacting toshiba for a replace or refund if in warranty.

Posted on Oct 30, 2008

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SOURCE: Need to restore to factory default but my lappy gives me a blank black screen with a blinking underscore on the top left of the screen.

There might be one step you could try to restore the system to factory specifications. When you turn the laptop on, and you see the Acer splash screen, press the Alt-F10 keys together at the same time, and this should hopefully bring the Acer eRecovery system up, provided that your computer has the built-in recovery partition. If it asks for a password, try using the default of "000000". If that doesn't work, then a password has been entered into the system, and there is no way to reset it, however there is a way to find out what the password is, however it does require the use of the Ubuntu Operating System (which is free to download, here)

Posted on May 10, 2009

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SOURCE: acer aspire password to restore to factory settings

well if its the boot password you have hope,ALT+F10 on start is supposed to get you to the recovery manager,if you cant get there restore factory default,if its the windows operating system password,you can try to type administrator in the user name and leave the password blank,sometimes your able to get in on the built in administrator acct.,if that doesnt work,,its not easy you can download password recovery programs and try that,if its the boot lock password you can take it apart and remove the bios battery on the mother board,remove main battery ,unplug power set something on the power button heavy enough to hold it down and wait,the longer the better,one day ,maybe two,reassemble and it should be back to factory default, if its under warranty send it to acer,nowif your able to get past the boot password and the windows password is still holding you up you can one-time boot to a windows disc and reinstall new copy,warning! you will loose everything on the computer,but at least you can use it agian hope this helps,aloha from maui todd0708

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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SOURCE: i have no system recovery disc but i want to factory setting

Hi,

Providing the laptop was built after 2005 then there should be a recovery partition on the laptop.

Turn the laptop on and repeatedly press the F10 key, this should get you into the recovery partition and allow you to factory restore the laptop.


Regards.

Posted on Jun 28, 2010

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SOURCE: restore factory settings for my samsung r519 laptop win7

system restore can do this for you if windows does work
if not recovery disc are sold on line through ebay and other web sites

Posted on Jul 25, 2010

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It looks like you'll have to either return it or perform a default factory recovery. These instructions are from their site but proceed knowing that this will erase any data that is stored on the primary partition (meaning if you have anything on it, it's gone...). Esentially it resets it to a point as if you just picked it up in the store (which you did.. :( )


How can I restore my computer with the backup discs I created?
With user created backups you are able to restore your computer to the factory default settings. If backup discs were created instead of factory restore discs, these can be used instead and will restore the system to a user backup point.
    If you have a recovery disk:

    How can I restore my computer with the backup discs I created?
    With user created backups you are able to restore your computer to the factory default settings. If backup discs were created instead of factory restore discs, these can be used instead and will restore the system to a user backup point.
    1. Ensure that the computer is completely shutdown, then turn on the computer.
    2. When the eMachines splash screen appears, tap the Alt and F10 keys simultaneously. A screen stating "Starting eMachines eRecovery" should appear.
    3. From the recovery options, choose Restore system from CD/DVD.
    4. Insert either the first Recovery or Backup disc that you created.
    5. From the on-screen options, choose a backup.
    6. Click OK and the installation will begin.
    7. Change the disc as necessary when prompted.


      If you do not have a recovery disk:

    8. Restart the computer.
    9. When the eMachines logo appears on the screen, press the Alt and F10 keys repeatedly.
    10. If you are prompted with a Microsoft Windows boot screen, press the Enter key.
    11. After the system recovery application has loaded, follow the prompts to reinstall the Operating System.

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I JUST WANT TO RESTORE MY EMACHINE BACK TO IT'S FACTORY SETTINGS.


Hi ,
Please follow the steps required for restore you system factory setting.

1. Click on Start and then All Programs
2. Click on the eMachines folder
3. Double click on eMachines Recovery Management.
4. It will open your recovery console.
5. In Recovery management console you have different option .( Left side menu)
6. Click on Restore. It will open the three options.

Completely Restore System to Factory Defaults - Restores the computer the factory settings, all data on the computer is removed and cannot be recovered.

Restore Operating System and Retain User Data - Restores the Operating System on the computer, files within the User accounts folders are moved to "c:\backup".
Reinstall Drivers and Applications - Launches the application used to reinstall the drivers and applications on the computer.

Which option you want to use ,click on that and follow the instruction.

Hope this will help you.

Thanks for using FixYa.

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Can i do a factory reset on a satellite a105 s2236 without recovery disc?


since in thosiba systems the restore partition is not there so you require the recovery disc to restore the system to factory settings

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Computer crash. Have No recovery disk.


Hi jgar2141,

If you are trying to restore the Computer to the factory settings, it is not required to have the Recovery Discs as you can use the Recovery Partition which is present in the hidden partition of the Hard Drive. To access the Recovery Partition, restart the Computer, press and hold the F10 Key for 7 to 10 seconds. This will boot the Computer to the Edit Boot Options screen. There, please press the Enter Key.This will launch the VAIO Recovery Center. In the VAIO Recovery Center window, you can select the "Restore C: Drive" option to restore the Computer to the factory settings. (Selecting the "Restore C: Drive" option will erase all the Data in the Computer and restore to the factory defaults)

After selecting the Restore C: Drive, please follow the simple onscreen instructions to proceed with the System Recovery. The System Recovery process using the VAIO Recovery Center should fix all the Software issues in the Computer and restore the Computer to the factory defaults.

Good Luck!

Please post back if you have any questions or require any further assistance.

Thanks for using FixYa.

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Restore factory settings for my samsung r519 laptop win7


system restore can do this for you if windows does work
if not recovery disc are sold on line through ebay and other web sites

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That option is the built in Windows restore, Not the system recovery that you need.
You should of been given either a windows disc or recovery/factory restore disc with your computer. OR it will have asked you to make a recovery disc when you first used your computer.

If you have none of these you will need to buy one. Recovery discs are about £15.
You may also wish to get a copy of windows to start from a fresh instalation

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Need to restore my acer aspire to factory setting but never got a recovery disc at purchase,how do I go about doing this as i am not that technically minded


"Restoring a system should be a last ditch effort in trying to repair a computer, since restoration causes all programs and many files to be lost forever. Restoring an Acer computer to its original factory settings can be done in a few easy steps."
  1. Click “Start” menu.
  2. Click “Programs.”
  3. Click “Acer Recovery Management.”
  4. Click the “Restore” button on the bottom of the dialog box that opens.
  5. Click “Restore System to Factory Default.”
  6. Click “Yes” in the warning dialog box which asks if you wish to continue the recovery process.
  7. Click “Start” to restore the computer to the default factory settings.

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Check the manual if you have to use a Recovery Disc to restore your PC or if there is a short-cut that you will press when you booth your PC to restore it to factory settings because most PC's have these. If there is no recovery disc and a shortcut, reformatting it is the only way to restore your laptop to factory settings.

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