Question about Computers & Internet
First of all, check your computer manufacturer's website. Look in the support section to see if your computer came with a built-in restore "mode". If it does, you can usually access it by pressing F11 or F12 while booting up.
If it doesn't, check to see if it came with a restore disk.
If neither apply to you, or if you built the computer yourself, you will have to get your own copy of OS (Windows/Linux etc) and install it yourself.
I can't help you without the specific model number.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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