Question about Dell Inspiron E1505 Notebook
You will have to reinstall. The manufacturer (Dell) should have either provided you with a disc you can insert, or a recovery partition to install from. If you cannot find a disc, turn your computer on and immediately you should see a Dell logo, and on the bottom of the screen are some instructions. It will say something like f2 for startup or similar. Find the key combination for "recovery" and press it. Follow the on screen instructions.
If nothing here works, contact Dell and request a recovery disc for your operating system.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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