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Is there a way to set to factory settings when I reboot with a function key?

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The Dell-specific Ctrl+F11 process is supposed to completely automate the restoration process, returning the hard disk to the state it was in when Dell shipped the computer assuming you have XP.

Dell provides a factory image in ImageX format that can be restored from the Vista Recovery Environment.

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