Question about Computers & Internet
If you want to go back to the factory settings. First you must check if you have the recovery disc provided by you're laptop manufacturer. There is an instructions included on the CD case. Also, some models of laptops has a HDD recovery partition, where in you won't need a recovery disc. Some laptops to enter setup, you may press F12 and select the HDD and it will enter the recovery partition. Try to check for your recovery disc or the key to enter the setup for your laptop brand.
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Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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