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How can I Set my Toshiba Satellite Laptop A65-S1062, (PSA60U-01W015 - Model Number) to it Factory Settings ? I've Press F8 And it brings me to the ''Advance Option Menu'' and it doesn't show ''Repair your Computer''. This is What it shows me.
-Safe Mode with Networking
-Safe Mode with Command Prompt
-Enable Boot Logging
-Enable VGA Mode
-Last Known Good Connection (your most recent settings that worked)
-Directory Service Restore Mode (Windows domain controllers only)
-Disable automatic restart on system failure
-Start Windows Normally
-Return to OS Choice Menu
Also When i Press on F10 or F12 Its shows me 4 Picture Options.
I've Press on all 4 options and it just start Windows Normally. Plz Help!
Those are the Windows OS startup options...
The short answer is you need to use a recovery disk...
Here's a link to your product support page.
You can see the troubleshooting section of your user's guide in chapter 6 here.
Otherwise, for info about factory reset see forum post here.
To create ASR recovery disks, see here.& here.
For XP recovery console, see here and here.
If you're having malware troubles, I recommend these removal protocols.
Many issues can be resolved by doing maintenance on the system, and running utilities like chkdsk to scan for file corruption. (see here & here.)
I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
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Posted on Jul 25, 2009
Back up all of your data(music,documents,videos)before you do this..if you can boot up then use ubuntu,slax or other types of bootable cds
to set it back to the factory setting you are going to have to get a xp installation(asuming it is xp,or what ever disk came with your comp)the disk should say operating system on it.what you do is put the disk in and boot off of it.if this message don't come up 'press any button to boot from cd......' then your going to have to go into the bios and change the cd drive before the harddrive.if the message does come up hit any button and wait for the blues screen.after it is loaded hit enter f8.if a screen says existing operating systems hit esc(on that screen there is a option to repair the os but you have to know th command lines to do so).if not and it goes to the partion screen then delete the existing partion and create a new one.to do so go to the partion and (delete)hit d L enter.(create)c enter. after you have formed a new partion hit enter....it will format the drive(delete everything)after it is done formatting it will start to instal the os.in xp it will stop 2 times for your input.after everything is done loading you should be able to custamize everything and install things.in the bottom right hand cornor there should be a marker telling you to activate windows.click it and use the product key on the side of your comp(laptop under it)if there is none there try keyfinder.i will email it to you if you can't find .also be aware that you have to reinstall office, antivirus and other programs. so make sure you have all of the cd's. if you have anymore questions my email is email@example.com
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
Some of these systems have the factory restore option on post boot before the OS kicks in. From a cold boot look for the hit DEL or Fx key and do that - you may have to boot a few times to catch it, and possibly hold the defined key down in anticipation of the option to appear on what looks like a DOS screen. You may need the recovery discs that came wit the system if the image is not in a hidden partition of your drive. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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