Question about HP Pavilion dv5215 Notebook
My sound is messed up... my video is also messed up. I would like to restore it like it came but lost recovery disk.
You should be able to hit f11 on the bios start screen (before windows loads) and access the on board recovery partition. just follow the prompts to recover your laptop to its original factory setting. keep in mind that all data or software that you have installed will be lost so do backups on data if needed. It is not possible to back up software so you may want to gather up some original installation cds for purchased programs such as microsoft office.
hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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