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Normally, for these kind of pre-installed PCs, the company will supply a few CDs/ DVDs called Recovery CDs / DVDs.
Insert the first one of them (written as bootable) into the CD /DVD drive and reboot the system. You may have to change the boot priority thro bios for this. (for this ... get into ur bios by pressing F2 / Del while booting...see for 'First Boot Device' and set it to CD/DVD)
Sometimes, the PC may allow you for some extra options for F10 / F12 keys during booting to display a menu to select boot device.
Here select the CD / DVD as boot device and run the recovery utility to restore the hidden partition and default OS.
Then play with the PC as you wish with the new OS installations
I hope this will solve your problem
have a nice time
Posted on May 18, 2008
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