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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you have only used Windows and associated programs, (Not loaded Linux or other OS types)...
Just start your computer and hold your finger near the [F4] button -
as soon as the Samsung screen pops up click that button.
The Recovery screen will show, choose Restore, then Complete Restore
the program completely deletes the C; Drive and reloads Windows and the other programs - same as it was the very first time it was set up.
Note. If it was set up as C: and D: drives (one of the initial choices which you do not get during Restore) - this Restoration DOES NOT TOUCH or HARM any of the Files/Folders on the D: Drive...
So, If you're Restoring to sell - Go to My Computer Right Click the D: Drive and Choose FORMAT - you'll get a warning about files being deleted/losing all data - but that's what you want - go ahead and click OK.
IF you're doing it because Windows crashed and burned - It's OK; all the stuff will still be there on the D: Drive...
Posted on Aug 10, 2010
SOURCE: restore to factory settings
You can find the information needed to factory restore your machine here. Note the three steps at the bottom of the page. They explain the diffrent options for the restore process.
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Posted on May 27, 2009
SOURCE: How do I reset my
You can achieve this by using the Magic doctor that is already installed on your PC by Samsung.
Magic Doctor (Fn+F7) will diagnose problems with the computer (like you don't have an anti-virus installed) and offer solutions. It also can easily restore the system to the factory default.
Press the Fn + F7 on start-up or windows, and the Magic doctor dialogue box should pop out.
Look at the left down part of the magic doctor box and you should find "Restore the system" (which also means factory default settings). Click it and follow instructions.
This is how to reset your samsung nc10 to factory settings.
Posted on Jan 17, 2011
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