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Reboot i want to reboot everything in my computer, how do i do it

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if you have a 4GB USB flash drive

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I am assuming this computer does not have a cd/dvd rom drive. You will have to get a external cd/dvd rom drive. Then you can run the cd that came with the computer called recovery cd.
You just have to put in the cd/dvd to the external cd/dvd driver and it should start recovering the computer. Be careful though as this will erase everything you currently have on the computer. Including programs, files, ect.....
thanks i hope this helps
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Posted on Apr 24, 2010

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