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Resetting up my computer

Computer crashed they set it up wrong recovery disc. I want to clean up and restore with the original recovery disc that came with the computer

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    can not find my premium problems to follow your directions

    computer is optima canon 260

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Question did they send you the wrong recovery disc or did they set it up wrong

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What model maker of your Laptop.. and may i know the current OS you are using...

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micro

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    just use your original windows Xp or Vista installer, to re-install again and have a fresh copy of Windows OS on your Laptop..



    Let m know.

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Greetings,

Do you still have the Recovery Disc that came with the computer ?

Put it in the CD drive, restart the computer and follow the on-screen instructions.

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What make and model is the computer?

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