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Typically each hardware manufacturer has a key stroke to hit during power on that will take you a system recovery mode (basically reload the operating system that was loaded when sold). The hard drive usually will have a second partition that is not visible inside Windows. This partition holds the "image" of the base operating system. If anyone deleted this partition you cannot factory reset without install CDs.
Alternative: Try booting into safe mode by hitting F8 during boot (this will not load all the garbage apps). Once in safe mode uninstall as many application that you do not need, then boot windows normally and run disk defrag a few time to help improve performance. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 19, 2011
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