Question about Computers & Internet
If you don't see a message on startup that tells you to press a special function key (like F11), then you will need the system recovery disks that came with the computer.
Assuming that your computer is working, there are other much more complicated ways of restoring the computer.
If you need to do that, ask your question again but state that the computer is working but you have no recovery disks. You can always contact the manufacturer to buy recovery disks, though.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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