Question about Intel Packard Bell A5340 PC Notebook
Well you should take the batterry out and wait a couple of seconds then put it. Back in and turn it on. Once turned on down at the bottom it might say press one of the F buttons well which ever one it says to go to the boot manager click that key and once there find something that is called (FORMAT) formating will erase everything and put it back to its original factory settings but if you cant find it there then turn your computer off and then turn it back on but this time let the computer start up the whole way and as it starts try to look for things that say start in safe mode, start in safe mode with networking and start windows reguraly if you see these click start reguraly and if you dont see this go in to safe mode as you usually do and then click start then click computer then right click the hard drive and then click FORMAT and then go from there
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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