Question about Computers & Internet
Hi. So you are experiencing problems due to damage caused by a virus? Well there is a solution for you. First start your computer and go into your bios. Your bios startup screen tells you what key to press. Then make sure your DVD drive is the FIRST BOOT DEVICE. Once that is done save your settings and turn off your computer. Next get your System restore discs and put the first one in the DVD drive. Now what you want to do is make sure your computer is starting from the DVD drive. If you dont have a set of recovery discs then what you can do is call Dell Support and give them your information. They will send you a set. Once you are able to boot from the DVD you would select RESTORE TO FACTORY SETTINGS in the list. Good luck and I hope I helped you.
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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