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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go to Setting. There you will find the restore factory setting option. Click on it, Give security code (default 12345). Than phone will restart. Thats all.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
SOURCE: lost my programs
Hard drive for installing the Windows XP is default formated to be NTFS. however, you can forced it to format FAT32. then why? FAT32 cost more hard drive real estate, with less data storage.
as far as the lost programs, that yo have to ask Gateway, majority of the system restore disk restore the original OS, plus what ever the manufacture want you to have. the preloaded aplciaton software are trail, if you purchased the application during that time, you should have the serial number for that software. You need to contact the software verdor and give them the serial number they assign you at the time of purchase. otherwise, you have to purchase the software.
Posted on May 21, 2009
How to restore after pc recovery
I recomend printing this before moving your computer into safe mode.
--""Before you complete the process""
Click MY Computer
Double click the main hard drive (C:)
Click DOCUMENTS AND SETTINGS
--mouse over all the user in this folder, the one that shows empty, and once clicked on does not give you premission to open is the folder you want to use when completing the process. This should be the user (user name) you had before the restore, is may have a .PC(with numbers behind it)
--write down and remember this folder name
1. Shut down the computer.
2. Turn the power on, and when the blue HP or Compaq screen appears, press F8 to display the Windows Advanced Options Menu .
3.Use the arrow keys to move up to Safe Mode and press Enter .
4.Press Enter on Microsoft Windows Whistler Personal or Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition .
5.Click Administrator and, enter your password (if necessary) or press Enter .
6.A window will appear to prompt for confirmation to keep operating in Safe Mode .
7.Click Yes .
8.Click Start and My Computer . Then, double-click the main hard drive ( C: ) and Documents and Settings .
9.Right-click the folder name of the user account and click Properties . (This is the folder you found and wrote down before starting this process)
10.Click Security .
11.Click Advanced . On the Owner tab,(third tab over) click the checkbox to select the Replace owner on subcontainers and objects option.
12. Click Apply .
13.Click Yes to the security message.
14.Click OK .
15.Click OK again.(you should start to see the files being transferred that your trying to access)
--Restart your computer in normal operation.
--Login to your user name
--make a new folder on your desktop and name it "BINGO", open that folder and create a folder named "FOUND IT"
click MY COMPUTER
Double click the main hard drive (C:)
click DOCUMENTS AND SETTINGS
--from here go to any user that does not contain adminstrator, or all users in the file name
(if you don't find the folder your looking for exit out of that user and choose another until you find the Folder)
--once you open each user
--look through the desktop folder, your looking for the folder BINGO open that and you should see the folder FOUND IT, this is the user that you want to copy all your lost files from the old user to.
--Wirte down this user name
Exit back to the DOCUMENTS AND SETTINGS folder
--- at this point you should see all the users folders again, however when you click on the user folder you used the process on (the first folder you have written down) that folder will now open.
--From here you need to move your files back from (the first folder you have written down) to your currently operating user name (the second folder you have wirtten down)
--you should see all of your desktop, my music, my pics, my movies, (in the first folder you have written down) however until you move these files from the old user to your current user the computer will not always find them in your basic progams(ie.--windows movie maker, media player, ext.)
--with some of the folders it may be easier to move them first to a desktop folder and then reorganise them from there.
This should work you will get your lost docs. back however you may still need to reinstall some progams that you lost. Moving your files back to your new user can be another interesting issue, however you should for now have all your lost info recovered. Feel free to e-mail me or post any questions or if you need more help.
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
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3. Restore complete system menu. From the left menu of Vaio Recovery Center select "Restore complete system"
4. Start button.
5. Select "Restore C: drive" and hit Next.
6. Read the information on this new window, select "I understand" and hit Start.
7. "Are you sure?" If you made backup for all your data and really want to restore your Vaio as it was when you bought it you have to make sure that have it plugged in to a stable source of energy and press YES.
8. So ... next you should sit back and relax. Your computer will start showing the next messages
Windows is loading files ...
Restoring your operating system
Please wait a moment while Windows prepares to start for the first time...
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9. Take your time until your system install VAIO software
Finish to restart.
10. That's all. Now, your VAIO has the original operating system, drivers and software. Now you have to configure your VAIO as you want.
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