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I recently aquired a panasonic cf-50 toughbook which is password protected..how do i get this back to original factory configuration.thank-you steven christensen

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Boot up with safe-mode. Log on as administrator (no password) - make new user, delete the old user (NOT ADMINISTRATOR) - and reboot as new user.

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    The following information comes from the Panasonic Website:

    Recovery DVDs are available by mail for select Toughbook® products. Windows® XP back up service is only available to customers who purchased Panasonic computers with XP downgrade rights. Windows XP Backup Image and Windows 7 Recovery DVDs restore a PC to its original factory image. The standard Panasonic factory image includes the Windows operating system and all drivers/applications originally installed by Panasonic.

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    You can order the Recovery Disks here:

    http://business.panasonic.com/support-computerstablets-dvdrequests

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