Question about Computers & Internet
A Ha , you have to go into Bios settings and look for Factory settings.
Shutdown , restart and hold or press f2, f8 or f12
Im not sure which one it is , but, every time you try one one you will have to restart.
Stick with it and you will get there.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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