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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Dell not being provided with system operating disk aka Windows nor drivers disk needed for their systems. This always poses a problem when these people are advised to do a repair install or other system repair, only to discover that they have no disks. The normal solution recommended is to contact Dell support and ask for the disks.
Dell has a support site where you can order disks for your system as well as other important links to updated drivers. On the site Dell states:
Dell Customers can now request a set of backup discs containing the factory-installed operating system as well as the device drivers and utilities specific to your system.
Requests are limited to one (1) set of backup discs per system purchased.
The backup discs requested must match the operating system that was factory installed on the original order.
Please note that Dell will provide you the most up to date Resource disc available, containing the latest drivers and diagnostic tools currently being shipped on new systems. Due to the frequent updates, this Resource disc may not have all the drivers needed for your specific system, especially if it is over one (1) year old.
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Posted on Dec 10, 2007
What you are saying is like "how to listen to Bryan Adams' music on your PC without having a PC". You are gonna need atleast a OEM edition of the operating system if you want to re-install. The OEM version costs about 40 bucks on stores like ebay and Amazon.
Posted on Jun 13, 2010
You can create a Partition in your hard drive without affecting your OS. Just follow the process I've sent.
1.) Go to Start Menu and Type in search area Create and Format Hard Disk Partition.
2.)Open the Create and Format Hard Disk Partition.
3.)Now you can Select the C: and can Partition it with another new drive.
Posted on Aug 09, 2010
SOURCE: Change from XP back to Vista
You can definitely do that. Backup your files and then follow these steps:
1. Power on the computer.
2. Hold the <CTRL> key and press the F10 key until the Recovery Menu appears
3. Select 'Restore'
4. Select the setting to restore the system to the Factory Image
5. Walk through the remaining prompts to complete the restore.
Posted on Dec 17, 2012
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