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Reset my dell d630 to factory settings

Running on windows XP, I need to remove everything on the dell d630 and return it to factory settings.

Please help, I no longer have discs.

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Hi:
The Dell D630 does not have a factory restore partition on the hard drive. Your only option is to use the windows restore feature that is accessable off of the start button, all programs, accessories, system tools. Plan B would be to borrow an operating system disk that matches the Certificate sticker on the bottom of the laptop, and then download all needed drivers from the Dell Website.

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