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We have lost the recovery **** for are packard bell how can we restore it 2 factory settings can we get the disk from somewere

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You can get the discs from the manufacturer go to there website and get there contact info and they will sell you a disc for 15bucks

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What button do i press to restore factory settings


Dell XP = Ctrl+F11
Dell Vista = F8
EEEPC = Esc
Compaq = F11
HP Desktop Vista = F11
Emachine = F10
Acer = Alt+F10

Every manufacture has or uses different Function Key combinations to do a Factory Default Recovery. .

follow this blog-reset factory settings

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Sep 02, 2012 | Packard Bell iMedia Computers & Internet

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Where is the restore to factory settings on a packard bell AMD Sempron(tm) 2002 thanks


If you don't see a message on startup that tells you to press a special function key (like F11), then you will need the system recovery disks that came with the computer.
Assuming that your computer is working, there are other much more complicated ways of restoring the computer.
If you need to do that, ask your question again but state that the computer is working but you have no recovery disks. You can always contact the manufacturer to buy recovery disks, though.

Mar 13, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Hello, I have a packard bell i media 5076 and have had to wipe the hard drive because of a virus. Unfortunately I have lost the master disk and bought a copy of Windows xp which turns out to be a fake. I...


You cannot fully recover the data on your hard drive anymore, you can create a recovery disk again after your manual installation of your copy of windows, want help about your drivers? pm me i will assist you caligayanstep@yahoo.com

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I am trying to restore my brother-in-law's Packard Bell iStart 2369 to its factory settings. There are no restore disks and the restore partition has been deleted. Any idea where we can get disks from to...


Hi, Have you tried accessing the Recovery Option pressing F10 or the R Key When Thr Machine is Booting Up?
Even though you say you've deleted the Recovery Partition, it may still be possible to recover the system to default settings.
Follow this guide >>
http://support.packardbell.com/uk/item/index.php?i=instr_recovery_honeymoon_istart&ppn=PB49303801

In Step 3. It mentions that all data on the drive will be formatted anyway, so I presume you may just be able to get it up and going again, although it also mentions that some applications that were not shipped with the system will need to be re-installed, so whether this will stop you from successfully recovering the system to factory default I can't say! Worth a shot anyway :-).

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Nov 23, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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I wish to restore my packard bell easynote back to its factory settings but when i bought it it did not have a dics. can i do this any other way? regards martin


Getting any information from Packard Bell is like pulling teeth. I recommend looking on ebay for the recovery discs. Or borrow someone's XP CD and insert the key on the bottom of your computer. If you can't get a CD you can call microsoft and purchase one for $27.

I know this is not what you want to hear. But if you have patience you can write to Packard Bell.

Packard Bell BV
Jonkerbosplein 52
6534 AB Nijmegen
Po Box 6925
6503 GK Nijmegen
The Netherlands

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