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Re: restore factory settings
Id try this option 1st : Computer Cleaning Information
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Sounds like you have tried to down load unregistered software. Microsoft will not let you do that anymore without problems. I never have a problem with upgrades. My neighbor has nothing but problems because he wants free software. Your drive has nothing to do with the download other than to save it. Microsoft an your computer cares nothing about your computers drive, only that it fits an runs. Some where you have downloaded copies or similar an they are rejecting you. If you can get back to the original set up with some disks it will go back to normal
use a windows cd as if you are installing a fresh copy. there is an option repair just right before you press the F8(before you perform format) there is a selection that says press F8 to continue or R to repair, if you pres R it will Bring you to a command promt type "fixboot" and hit enter then type "fixmbr" the hit enter again type exit and see if your pc boot normally
1 How to Restore Windows Vista to Factory Settings
Burn all your important files to a CD or store on a memory stick. Remember you will lose each bit of information that you had stored in your computer including the programs that you had installed, such as Microsoft Office.
Unplug all the devices and drivers from your CPU (except the keyboard and the mouse), including your printer, camera and memory stick.
Shut off the computer and then turn it on, or simply restart it.
As soon as you see the Dell logo at the start keep on hitting the F8 key repeatedly. Do not stop until you see the screen that says "Repair your computer." There will be other options too but chose this option and hit Enter.
Next you will see a prompt window giving you options to select the keyboard layout select from the drop-down menu "US" and click "OK."
On the next screen you will be asked to select the user ID and the password of your Windows Vista account. Select your user account, but make sure your user account has administrative functions. Type in your password. If you don't have a password, leave it blank and click "OK."
Now you will come to a window with multiple options. Choose the one at the bottom that reads, "Dell Factory Image Restore." If you are unsure at this point whether you want to go ahead and restore your factory settings you may click "Restart" or the "Shut Down" buttons at the bottom of this prompt window. The computer will restart your computer without executing this operation, and you will get your most recent settings back. Otherwise clicking "Dell Factory Image Restore" will generate an operation that will take about 45 minutes to complete.
2 How to Restore XP to Factory Settings
Save and close all programs that are being currently used.
Point to Start and then Accessories, then click on System Tools.
From the proffered menu, select "Restore My Computer to an Earlier Time." Then click "Next."
From the following menu, a calendar, select the time to which you want to restore your system. Then click "Next."
Confirm the restore point (in red), ensure all programs are closed and click "Next." This will begin the restoration process.
Make sure you back up all programs.
Only system files are restored. If a file is saved, it will not change.
The process is completely reversible.
Don't forget to read all the instructions during the System Restore process.
hope you successfully do it..
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If the internal restore partition is still on the drive then you can either hold down the Alt button and keep pressing the F10 button as soon as you turn on the laptop or if that doesn't work then you'll need the original restore cd's to the laptop.
If you can't do neither then the next best thing is to get either a windows xp or windows vista cd and install it, then install the drivers that windows can't pick up and also install any applications that you want on the laptop.
Can you make restore disks?Does your PC boot up?If if does you ma by able to make restore disks to restore it to factory settings.If you are saying the key board doesn't work.You may need a new keyboard or possibly new motherboard
Try this, if you are running xp i know it will work.
Start menu> All programs>Accessories>system tools>System restore.
This will restore your computer to factory and you won't loose any data. If you want to start fresh with nothing installed, install windows with the cd and choose fresh installation and follow the direcions.
if it is running go to start and then programs//accessories// system tools // system restore if it not running hold down the f 8 key and in the advanced screen all you will be able to do is set it to the last cood configuraton if you are talking about totally restoring it back to the factory settings you will need your restore disk ok best regards mike