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Restore to factory?

Jerry

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I bring a Dell Inspiron 5030 on my travels. It needs to be restored to factory. I do not have CDs for it. There is not an option to restore to factory in the boot menu.

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I actually remember reading that exact page :lol: Running Windows 7 Home Premium, there is no "Repair my Computer" option in my "Advanced Boot Options". I'll try it again, though.
Wow a totaly diferent menue came up this time. Wierd, but the option was there. Thanks Mag.
 
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