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Dell provides a restore partition on its drive when creating and configuring the Factory settings. To access that partitiion, boot your computer and when you see the Windows flash screen, press "CTRL" and "F11" at the same time (hold CTRL and press F11). You may need to boot and try it several times before the Factory partition loads (I know from experience !).
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Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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