Question about HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook
To restore your notebook to how it was when you first got it.
The HP came with a restore CD or CD's. Put that CD in your cdrom drive. Re-start the notebook. The HP should boot to the HP CD. Read the following display screens closely. You will have a few different options. Pick what you want & follow the screen prompts.
Keep in mind you will most likely loose all your personal data by doing a complete restore.
You should back up a few folders to a CD or DVD.
The following folders hold most of your important data.
My Documents, Desktop & Favorites.
To keep your outlook express data. Click the + sign next to your name. Open Local Settings & copy Identities. To keep your outlook express address book. Copy the folder named Address Book.
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