Question about Dell Inspiron E1505 Notebook
Some dells are preconfigured with a restore partition. I wouldnt know if your unit still have this. but try this
Upon Boot up. (when you see the dell logo) Press Control F11 and see if it brings you up to a menu that would restore your laptop to factory configuration.
Follow the oncsreen instructions and you should be able to reinstall it automatically
Assuming you dont have the restore partition anymore then you need to to do it the conventional way and that means having all those recovery disc (hope you still have them). Insert the first disc and boot from there.
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
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