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Yes sure it will work and it will install the operating system once again on the computer.

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How to install windows xp in toshiba qosmio f30-112


If the Notebook cannot find the device driver it is looking for then use this restore disk for an easy solution.
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How to Restore a Laptop to Original Settings


Are you using your laptop from an extended period of time? If yes, then obviously your laptops' working speed has been decreased. You have huge number of files in your laptop's hard disk which cause low speed in processing the instructions. These files are not affecting the speed of laptop only but they also create problems to you when searching any particular file. Most of these files are not in use and probably these files will not be used in future. So, you should delete them from your hard disk.<br /> <br />What should be done to remove these files from your laptop's hard disk? There is a technique which is commonly used to make hard disk space free and keeps laptop with original setting. This technique is known as "Restoring". <br /> <br /> Sometime, your Windows operating system may crash and you don't know what to do. You can use the same tehnique.<br /> <br /> You can restore your laptop to original setting through the following instructions:<br /> To restore the laptop into its original setting you need a Recovery Disk which comes with the laptop and it is also available in market. Just get this CD and take the following steps:<br />- Place Recovery CD in your CD-Rom to operate the installation for restoring the laptop.<br />- Restart your laptop. Through restart, your laptop will auto detect the CD.<br />- After detecting the CD, your laptop will ask you "press any key to continue..." If your laptop will not ask that's mean there is something wrong with your booting setting, CD-ROM, or CD. Check them one by one and make sure everything is perfect.<br />- Press the keyboard key according to your laptop's model that brings up the recovery menu. Most common keys for the recovery menu are "F2," "F8," or "Ctrl" and "F11". <br />- Select a language from menu at the top of the screen and click on "Next" button. Language selection will show the instructions in your selected language.<br />- Select the field "PC Restore," "Repair Your Computer" or something similar. Then click on "Next" button.<br />- Then check on at "Restore" and then click "Enter". This will start the process of restoring the laptop.<br />- Once the restoring process has been completed, click on "Restart" button.<br /> Finally your laptop has been restored to the original setting and extra files have been deleted from your Hard Disk.

on Feb 22, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to 'system restore' without disks or windows access.


No restore disks,<br />Windows restore point is missing,<br />Laptop will not boot fully to windows,<br />Safe mode does not work,<br />You do not have a windows disk,<br /><br />Solution:<br />Only use this tip if you are willing to loose all of your data.<br />Start laptop and tap f10 key (Sony)<br />or 'alt' and f11 for Dell<br />and some Dell 'ctrl' and f10 or f11<br />or 'fn' and f10<br />or 'fn' and f11 <br />or 'fn' and f12<br />You get the drift, and there may be others.<br />This may activate windows restore partition and bring your laptop back to the factory default system.<br />I did this again, on a laptop today where seversl parts of windows vista had dissappeared after a game was loaded.<br />f10 and 1 hour later, a new pc....well nearly.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />

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When trying to use system disk unable to choose a restoration option


If you are doing a system recovery from disks you created or purchased most times they don't work. You might as well reinstall the operating system.

Have you tried doing a System Restore? System Restore will allow you to select a Restore Point (date and time) when your system was working ok. System Restore does not delete your data, documents, music, pictures, videos or programs unless the program was installed after the restore point you selected.

System Recovery or Factory Restore deletes everything.

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Have an Acer 5315. Used the system's restore


Disconnect any external devices, plug in your power to a A/C outlet, re-install the restoration disk and start over.
Check your BIOS again to make sure the CD is the first boot drive. You may not be saving the BIOS change or the restore disk may not be bootable.
You can check the restore disk on any PC or laptop.
Also you may have a restoration partation on the hard disk. Get you docs. and check.

Sep 20, 2009 | Acer Aspire 5315 Notebook

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Need to restore my Balance Laptop


I would say that you put the first on in the drive and boot the computer from the CD. Then follow the directions. That is how it usually works.
On some computers, there is a utility in the start menu that is for that computer--recovery utilities that you start up and follow the directions, but I'd go with the former option if I were you.

Feb 09, 2009 | Balance CN6555 Notebook

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Restoring averatec 3150 laptop to factory setings


With no disk you cannot restore your computer to a factory settings, at least that your computer has a second disk with the restore settings installed on it (usually this disk is called restored)

Nov 09, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Toshiba laptop


1.One thing you can do is press and hold on F8 after power on then select Safe Mode. This way, you would be able to go the desktop. You can do a system restore instead of system recovery (like reformat and reload OS and original programs). To do system restore, you can go to start-all programs-accessories-system tools-system tools-system restore. Select a date when your laptop was working properly. This will restore the software changes beyond that date but will not affect your personal data like your pictures. Be sure not to interrupt the process so please plug in the ac adapter and wait for laptop to restart itself and give the message that the system restore was completed successfully.

2.If the system restore did not work, you can save your files to a disk when using Safe Mode or Safe Mode with Networking then you can do the system recovery using the recovery disk that came with your laptop or that you made (if you have the hidden partition which is present if you have the Toshiba Recovery Disk Creator program, note that this is different from Toshiba Disk Creator.)
Hope this helps. Thank you.

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Toshiba A55 S1064


Sounds like either 1) bad disk or 2) bad motherboard. Replacing the harddrive and restoring using the restore cd is valid and will work as long as the disk is as large or larger than your current harddisk - Fortunately it is also the cheaper of the two options.

You may lose access to the free space on a larger harddisk as the restore cd may restore the old partition information as well as the data.

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