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Do I need to Restore Factory Settings?

Bought new laptop, installed updates etc now my wifi dongle will not install or work and the system restore won't restore to earlier point. Wll I have to restore to factory default? I have only installed MSN and can easily re-install. The dongle works on my other computer. Is it safe to Factory Restore.

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Yes it is safe, you can not do any damage by restore to factory default go for it freddiemccly@yahoo.com

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How to restore factory settings


Just insert the Windows setup disk, or goto the restore partition. Whan the operating system says I already see a windows installed, shall I repair that, answer no and say install new operating system. After that you have to install several )(if not many) updates, but the machine will be clean.
When you read something like you have a rootlet or something like that, try to use Fdisk and clear all partitions. Be careful it could be you have a restore partition you need to reinstall everything, so try to save that partition first before using Fdisk. Any way, if you are not familiar with Admin work you should not use Fdisk at all.

Jan 23, 2015 | Dell XPS M1330 Laptop

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I want to reset my laptop to it original version


if it has a recovery partition f11+ctrl when booting and you will come to a factory restore menu, you should be able to restore the system to the factory settings this way. if it does not have the partition you will have to do it the hard way witch entails re-installing the OS, finding drivers, and installing programs needed ( browser of your preference, antivirus, etc.)

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Hi i have a toshiba nb200 and my problem is that the wifi stopped working after i installed a dongle and i dont know how to factory reset because i havent got an image or a recovery disk.


No need to factory reset your PC. Go to system restore, restore the system to a point before you installed the dongle, then the problem will be solved.

Jul 10, 2011 | Toshiba Satellite A205-S4617 Notebook

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I have an Acer Aspire 5920 When I reset to factory settings it always hangs and locks while installing its Acer programs (on 5 of 17 or something like that). There is nothing I have been able to do about...


The Acer Aspire 5920 is a fairly well known and reliable laptop ...

Restoring a Desktop/Laptop to its factory default is usually the last thing that you should be doing as it requires a bit of knowledge to correctly setup all the motherboard and peripherals again.

Installing a new OS does not require the Laptop to be reurned to factory settings!

To upgrade the Operating system, you first must have the Operating System Installation Media/DVD and you need to ensure that:
  • Your Laptop can support the target operating system and has enough resources (such as RAM)
  • You have ALL the correct drivers (such as Chipsets, Sound, Video, Ethernet, Wifi, Camera, etc...) for the desired OS (LINUX, XP, VISTA, W7, 32bits or 64Bits, etc..).
Upgrading an OS is not that difficult but is not a trivial exercise and you will need to understand a fair bit about your laptop before undertaking that task as you maybe required to answer 'hardware' drivers related questions such as CHIPSET series, SATA or IDE HDD, Model of Video Card, Model of Wifi Card.

Hope it helps.

May 02, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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So i bought an ACER ASPIRE ONE D255 red slick color laptop recently, now it's only second hand but it works fine. i checked the audio, video and it's ok. i have two problems: -when i would try and play...


Regarding the unexpected errors on playing games like solitaire or minesweeper on your D255...
As it is second hand, there may be hardware or software problems or both. Software problems can be eliminated by doing a restore of the notebook to its factory image and settings as follows...
1. power off the notebook completely and then power on again
2. during the start-up, press Alt key (to left of space bar) and F10 key together repeatedly
3. wait several minutes for Acer eRecovery to load
4. after loading eRecovery, use the up and down cursor keys to select restore type.
5. following is from the initial screen for Acer eRecovery Management (V7.0.10)
Select Restore Type
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[>] Completely Restore System to Factory Defaults
Restore your PC to factory default status.
All data on C: drive will be deleted.
[>] Restore Operating System and Retain User Data
Restore only the operating system of your PC to the factory defaults.
Files from your user accounts will be transferred to C:\backup.
This option will not remove persistent viruses or malware.
[>] Exit

Regarding WiFi problem...
1. may just need to turn on the WiFi by pushing the slide switch for it at the front right of the D255
2. you would do this after restoring to factory defaults above to ensure no software problems....

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I need to put my note book back to factory settings


Boot it to the Windows CD and start installing Windows. During the install chose the option to format the disk and install a new copy of Windows. Then insert the Acer driver CD or download drivers from their website to install sound, video, wifi and other adapters.

Mar 15, 2011 | Acer Aspire One PC Notebook

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How do i restore to factory settings for my hp pavilion zt3000 without the cds


There's basically no such thing as "restore to factory settings" when it comes to PCs.
You can restore the BIOS setup to factory defaults, but it's rather improbable that something got messed up there.
To have the system like it was fresh out of the factory, you have to wipe your hard disk and install the operating system (Windows in this case) anew on the hard drive, and for that you need the system reinstallation CD. Then you need to reinstall all the computer-specific drivers and bundled applications that came with your computer. For that you really need at least your Windows CD, the drivers etc. can be downloaded from manufacturer's support websites.
And then all the system updates that appeared for your Windows version over time need to be installed as well.

Nov 26, 2009 | Toshiba Satellite M115-S1061 Notebook

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Need to restore pc to original settings, upgrade memory with 2gb memory card and restore my skype, email, etc


You can do a system restore by clicking start>all programs>accesories>system tools>system restore You can restore your computer to an earlier date just follow the instructions and restore it to the closest date to the date of purchase. You can also go on-line and order system restore disks from the manufacturer. The memory on a laptop is under a cover on the bottom of the laptop. Use a screwdriver to remove a cover and you can find the memory there. You should look up the make and model of the laptop to find out how much and what type of memory the motherboard / laptop will hold. Memory is easy to replace just pop out the existing chip and install the new on making sure you static discharge yourself before sticking your hands in it. You can usually do this by touching a metal case for a desktop that is plugged in or anything that is plugged in to a wall outlet and is grounded. When your finished, go to my computer. Right click and go to properties to see if your memory is being recognized by the PC. Then just re-install the apps. I hope this helps.

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I have a new Toshiba Satellite A210 with Vista Home edition installed . I downloaded and installed Windows Vista OS patches to bring machine up to date. Now when I boot the machine, the windows shows the...


hi philipQ

Did your laptop come with restore CDs?, if it did, then i suggest you to a complete system restore. and see if the problem is solved.

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RAhUL

Jun 18, 2008 | Toshiba Computers & Internet

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Restore factory settings


You need the disk to do so. Else you format hard drive install New Os download drivers from Website. ( Before this see the modem type display card drivers lan card drivers Etc.)

Regards rafique

Mar 04, 2008 | Toshiba Satellite L25-S119 Notebook

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