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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Please how do i restore
The Computer comes with a recovery partition present in the hidden partition of the Hard Drive. You can use this Recovery Partition to restore the Computer to the factory status. The Recovery Partition can be accessed using the VAIO Recovery Center Software installed in the Computer or by pressing and holding the F10 Key while restarting the Computer. Below are the steps to access the Recovery Partition in the Computer and to perform the System Recovery in the Computer.
Using VAIO Recovery Center.
To access the VAIO Recovery Center, click Start, Help and Support and click the "Troubleshoot my VAIO" option. Then, in the opened window, under VAIO Recovery Center, click Launch VAIO Recovery Center. After that, in the VAIO Recovery Center, click "Restore C: Drive" option to restore the Computer to the factory defaults. (Selecting the Restore C: Drive will erase all the Data in the computer and restore the Computer to the factory defaults). Once you have selected the "Restore C: Drive" option, please click the "Start" button, then, please follow the onscreen instructions to complete the Recovery Process.
Using F10 Key at the Start-up.
Please restart the Computer, press and hold the F10 Key for 7 to 10 seconds. Then, at the Edit Boot Options screen, press the Enter Key. This will launch the VAIO Recovery Center. Then, you can select the Restore C: Drive and go with on screen instructions to complete the System Recovery.
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Posted on Nov 12, 2010
When you say the computer won't boot--what do you mean? Does it actually start and then you get a black or blue or white screen? Does it do nothing at all? Can you boot from a CD? Do you have a restore CD?
1) If you have a factory boot CD, put it in and boot from that.
2) If your computer won't boot into Windows, boot into safe mode
3) If you just can't start Windows at all, try #1--and maybe you can choose "repair" and run chkdsk.
4) If all of the above fail, click on my profile and choose "ask me" and we'll look at other options
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
Go to the manufacturer's website and download the driver for the monitor and it should restore the functionality. Also go to the Sony website and download any video drivers for your PC.
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
I am not familiar with that particular laptop but generally when any computer is booting up, before Windows starts, you can press a key (usually F2 or F12 or ESC or DEL) and go into the BIOS (built in operating system) and there usually is a setting there to restore defaults.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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