Question about Computers & Internet
Just go to computer recovery by pressing F10 or F11 key i am not sure which one because every computer has different key but once you get there just recover your computer settings this will take everything to default settings and will probably solve your problem for the most part as soon you hit that power button keep pressing one of the F10 or F11 key and follow the instruction given.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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