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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Okay, do as follows.
(a) Boot the computer. When you see a blue bar with www.dell.com on the screen, hit Ctrl + F11.
(b) On the next screen, click "Restore".
(c) Next, click "Confirm".
(d) Let the restore process run. It will probably take 10-ish minutes. Don't touch it while it's doing it's thing.
(e) When prompted, click "Finish" to reboot the computer.
(f) When prompted, click "Yes".
(g) When prompted, click "Next".
(h) After the computer restarts, click "OK".
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
you can try to restore your PC from start<-all programs<-accessories<-system tolls<restore
-Choose the earliest date that your want your PC to restore back to.
Hope it helped
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
If Administrator is the username, the password should be blank or none. (leave it blank) just click on Ok and it will go straight to the option of System Restore, Complete PC restore, Dell factory image restore. etc.. Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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