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The machine is an e-system 1201

I believe it requires a restore disk. contact company (website link above)

May 21, 2014 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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Factory reset

Most PC's during boot up you can hold the Del key or F2 key to enter the bios. Each bios is different but most have settings that allow you to set the system to the optimum or default (factory default) setting.
However be very careful what you change in the bios.
Record the steps so if something goes wrong you can undo it should the system not run or error out.

Most motherboards have a Cmos (Reset).
This is a jumper with pins 1,2 and 3. The jumper is usually on pins 1 and 2. To reset the Cmos to factory defaults pin the jumper on pins 2 and 3 for 2-3 seconds. (Machine OFF power unplugged!! Before you do this! You have been warned) After 2-3 seconds put the jumper back on pins 1 and 2. Plug the PC power cord up and start the machine. Laptops do not have this. Also note: Cmos is NOT the Bios.

Hope this helps good luck and be careful in the bios.

Mar 31, 2014 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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Want to restore to factory settings

Which factory settings? If you mean the BIOS settings, when you start the machine, go into setup (could be F2, F11 or F12 depends on the motherboard) and there is a place in there (you'll see it when the screen opens) to reset to default. It will ask if you really want to do it, answer YES and it will reset all of your BIOS setting back to factory defaults. Once it resets, it will reboot the machine.

Nov 05, 2013 | Acer Veriton M261 PC Desktop

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Reset bios

When you say you "reset" the bios, what do you mean? Did you try to upgrade the bios firmware, and now the machine isn't working? Or is this a machine with a backup copy of the bios, and you were trying to restore from that? Or...did you go into the bios administration and use the "set all values to default" dialog to set everything back to the factory defaults?

We probably need to start back with why you were "resetting" the bios to begin with. So fill me in!

Oct 18, 2013 | HP Pavilion a620n (PC028A) PC Desktop

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I need to reset my toshiba satelite A215-S4817 to factory default

toshiba satelite A215-S4817
This is a laptop not a desktop !!
Restoring factory default settings on your computer can be done within a couple of hours, without any need for the recovery discs.
First, you need to back up any data and information that you want to keep, such as documents, pictures, and downloaded email, since everything will be erased from your hard drive after restoring the factory settings on your computer.
If you haven't restored factory settings on your machine before, do not worry.
With proper instruction, you can have your computer back to its original state within a few hours at most.

Restart your computer and proceed to Step 2 before Windows begins to load after reboot.
If you are restoring a Toshiba model, hold down the "0" (zero) key as you turn off the machine, then skip to step three.
Access your computer's "PC Recovery" feature by entering the correct button(s) for your machine.
This button varies, depending on the make of your machine.
HP and Dell users will hit the "F11" key, whereas Acer and Sony users will enter "F10."
If you own a Samsung model, use "F4."
Select "Destructive Recovery," or "Restore Original Factory Image," from the list of options that appear on the next screen, then click "Continue."
A destructive recovery will erase everything on your machine and reinstall the operating system.
Wait as the factory settings are restored on your computer.
Windows will require you to make date, time, and language settings on the next set of screens to follow after your machine restarts.
This process can take anywhere from a half-hour up to 2 hours to complete.

Oct 14, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Need to reset my acer computer to factory settings.

Hi! Try system restore first and check if that will remove the virus but if not then you can reset the machine to factory defaults by pressing ALT+F10 during start up or when the acer logo appears on your screen.Follow the prompts and you should be able to reset the computer to factory image.Make sure you back up important files because it will wipe the system clean.hope this helps...

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Need to reset my acer to factory installed settings? acer desktop.

While rebooting, press the ALT while continuously tapping the F10 key until it launches the recovery console. This will restore your machine back to the factory settings. CAUTION: all other files, docs,pics,programs will be lost!

Oct 05, 2009 | Acer Aspire M1100-B1300A Refurbished AMD...

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How do I reset bios on emachine d3415

When you say you mean that you want to restore the bios back to their original factory settings?  
That can usually be done from the bios (reboot, press either F2 or F10...the screen that displays upon boot will let you know what to press) ...there should be an option to re-set the bios back to the factory settings.....
But if that is not wat you are trying to do, let me know.

May 08, 2009 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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