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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You might be able to purchase a set of factory image CDs from eMachines, but not all manufacturers make them available. You might also find sets for sale on eBay and from some other vendors.
Without the factory restore CDs, you can still reinstall Windows but you'll need to do a little more work. Download the drivers for your system (audio, video, etc.) from the eMachines website and save them on a flash drive. Find a copy of the XP installation CD for your version. You may be able to borrow one from someone. Do a regular installation of Windows, using the product key from the sticker on your computer. Install the drivers you downloaded as required for anything that Windows doesn't properly detect and support. Then activate your Windows installation.
This is sometimes a good thing to do. Some brands of computers come preloaded with so many "bloatware" applications and programs that try to be helpful that doing a clean install like this gives you a faster system when you're done.
The downside is that any preloaded applications that may be worth having, such as antivirus/antispyware applications, media players or CD/DVD burning software won't be there. You will need to do that yourself. There are plenty to choose from for downloading. My picks are avast! for antivirus use, InfraRecorder for disc burning, Winamp for media playing.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
1) Go to start menu
(2) Click on all programs
(3) click on Emachine
(4) click on Emachine recovery management
(5) Click on restore on the bar across the top
(6) click on restore to system factory default
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
If you notice your disk drive having a partition for recovery, you may have an option to do system recovery from boot up.
Most desktops have this option during the boot up process. So before windows logo appears on Startup, press F11 key.
This procedure will restore your computer's system from the very first time you used it. So, better back up all the important files and documents before doing this.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
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How to Reboot an eMachines PC
If you are able to load windows:-
Note:Before performing system recovery try to back up the important data like pictures and files.
Click the "Start" button on the Windows desktop. Check through the program list and hit the "Recovery Management" option
Click the "Start" button on the Windows desktop>>go to All programs>>Emachines>>Emachines Empowering technology>>Click on "Recovery Management/ & follow the onscreen instructions Click on Restore>>select factory default settings>>click on yes to follow the warning instructions
It will take 10 to 15 minutes to compleate the process
If you are unable to load windows
1)Turn off the computer/unplug all the external devices like Printers/Scanners/USB devices/Webcams etc...
The moment when you turn on the computer try to hit F11 on the keyboard>>it will give you the options just follow the onscreen instructions.
If F11 doesn't work try with Alt+F10
Posted on Aug 14, 2010
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