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How can I restore my IBM netvista back to factory setting

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There is no such thing as factory settings for a computer, but you can format your HHD and delete everything if you so desire

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How to take laptop back to factory settings


Depending on the brand and year it was made there may be a factory partition that will restore computer back to factory defaults, if not then a reinstallation of windows will be necessary, If factory partition is available just do a search o Google with your make and model # such as : How to restore an Acer Aspire 7425 to factory defaults using recovery partition

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IBM netvista boots to bios then goes blank screen


See if your machine will boot up into safe mode. If it does then go into system restore and choose a restore point when your machine was last working. Let it restore and see if it goes back into windows properly. If it doesn't then you'll need to wipe out the hard drive and reinstall windows.

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Restore to factory setting


use the recovery option first check if your computer does it.
in the bios boot check for this option...

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I need a Netvista 8303 HUG wiring diagram for swapping


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I want to reset my IBM thinkPad R50e back to Factory settings, I am running Windows XP Proffesional and have no restore disc.


CREATE A BACK OF DATA INIT
BETTER THEN RESTORING U CAN RESTORE UR SYSTEM TO A PERIOD WHEN UR THINKPAD WAS RUNNING SUCCESSFULLY AND THIS DOESNT DELETE ANY DATA ON UR HARD DISK
START PROGRAMMES ACCESSORIES
SYSTEM TOOLS SYSTEM RESTORE
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No processor bios update


Sounds like you need to flash the BIOS (UPDATE the BIOS).

Do you know how to do this? The way I do it is by setting up a USB key as a boot device and have the FLASH utility on there....

HERE IS A LINK
which contains files to create the FLASH utility either on:

FLOPPY
CD (via ISO IMAGE)

... as well as some guides on what to do and other helpful stuff.

Its worth noting that if you have made any changes to BIOS, they will be restored to the 'factory' settings when you FLASH in the updated BIOS.

This should work, let me know if it doesn't.

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Ibm restore to factory setting


You have not explained what is wrong with your computer.
Is the laptop working, does it boot up into Windows?
What are you trying to restore?
Are you trying to get into a previous Restore Point?
The Access button takes you into the BIOS, you can change the BIOS settings back to the Default settings (ie the factory default settings).
It is difficult to offer a solution without knowing the exact nature of the problem.

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After installing windows xp (IBM NetVista )


You will need to install the XP drivers for you model IBM, you can download them from the IBM website find the link to support and driver download. You could use the driver restore disk that came with your IBM "IF" it came with "XP" installed. BPCS

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Please help


We did not find any results for restore it to factory IBM Thinkpad 600e2645. Other searches you may want to try: Related searches This is all i could find/ Sure hope it works for ya.Good Luck.........Please dont for get to Vote/Thank You.

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