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Hi there, I want to restore my toshiba l40-10x laptop to factory settings at its running slow and will not allow me to update?

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Do you have the restore cds? If so set the pc from the bios to boot from from the cd/dvd drive and away you go.

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hi philipQ

Did your laptop come with restore CDs?, if it did, then i suggest you to a complete system restore. and see if the problem is solved.

i am always here
Thanks
RAhUL

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