Question about Panasonic TOUGHBOOK CF-18 Tablet PC
OK, you don't need to format. You can insert the CD and restart. You can ask to install but then the computer will say you already have a OS installed. You can press R to repair the OS.
Your computer may have a recovery method. Some vendors don't give you a CD but recovery system is fed into a separate partition of the hard disk. See the documentation and check whether you have such a system.
Please feel free to ask for advice any time.
Repairing a OS is quite safe. You will not loose any software or updates.
Remember, don't press R at the first screen where you are given a chance to go to recovery console. There is very little you could do there. First ask to install then ask to repair the existing one.
After repairing the system, the first thing you need to do is to install a reliable Antivirus Software.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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