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Need to factory reset fujitsu laptop

I dont have any disks, just the laptop and i cant log on
is there any way to factory reset it without being able to log on?

Posted by lukemcmullin on

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  • lukemcmullin Sep 17, 2008

    im not sure if the model of the laptop is right

    it just says fujitsu siemens lifebook C series on mine

  • lukemcmullin Sep 18, 2008

    the label is torn pretty bad and all i can make out it c series

    and i cant log on because it says the domain is un available

    and i dont know the username or password at all

  • lukemcmullin Sep 20, 2008

    nah i just cant log on at all it boots up and it asks for the password and username for the account on the actual computer

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The label on the bottom of the laptop should give you more detailed information about the model number.... when you say you can't log on.... what exactly are you referring to ?

Robert

Posted on Sep 17, 2008

  • Anonymous Sep 18, 2008

    what issue are you having... you can't sign into a website or your internet is not working ?



    Robert

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