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Im getting a message %1 not installed properly on my nti cd dvd. Ive got 3 recovery cds but too scared to use them. Is there a menu in the discs that you can selectively restore that particular program or do you have to reformat the whole laptop?

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The recovery cds will make your laptop as it is when you bought it or how they sold it to you, before using the recovery cds, take a backup of your data files on a external hard disk, pendrive or CD/DVD. then use the recovery cd.

Dont use the recovery cds, unless you dont have another choice.

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Notes: You need a Windows 7 Password Reset disk. If you don't have created it before, you should use the Windows Password Recovery Tool to burn a reset CD/DVD or USB flash drive.
Step 1. Download the Windows Password Recovery ToolGo to the official site of Windows Password Recovery Tool, and download it for free. Install it with default options.
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  • 1. Choose the Windows 7 Installation if you have more than one OS in this computer.
  • 2. All Windows 7 users will be listed. Select the user name which you forgot its password, click reset button.


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Here I want to share the experience of reset windowspassword.
The best way to reset windows password is use reset tool, and Windows Password Reset isthe first tool I recommend, just need 3 steps and a few minutes it can resetyour forgotten windows password easily and safely.

Here are the steps:
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Step2:Burn Windows Password Reset ISO file to CD/DVD,or USB.
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If your DVD drive is a SCSI drive, then it may need drivers specific to the SCSI card you have installed (see the specs/manual or website for your card). You may also need the Adaptec SCSI setup, available at this address:

or use this address if you have a LOGIC based SCSI card or device:

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This device driver is to be used with DOS/Windows 3.x operating systems. Do not use this driver with Windows '95, Windows '98, XP or Windows 2000 unless you are going to use your system in the REAL or MS-DOS Modes. Device drivers for Windows '95, Windows '98, Windows 2000, XP, OS/2, and NT operating systems are provided with the installation or setup software of each operating system.

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