How can I restore my Satellite Pro L20 to factory settings
How can I restore my computer to factory settings Toshiba Satellite Pro L20
Take your Toshiba Recovery disk, put it in the CD/DVD drive and the start of this drive.
Then follow the information on the screen.
All that s.
My acer aspire one netbook is overloaded with files, and lack of files that are action on a key to normal, Im not sure but I think I can miss the option file/necessary to reset to the factory...
I suggest you to refer to this link and check if he's dreaming:
Check if that helps.
How can I get my Satellite Pro A300-193 with Windows XP SP3 from hibernation? (Get out the battery seems a little over the top)
How about pressing the power button a bit more?
I lost my recovery for windows Vista disk. How can I restore the computer to its original factory State? I can't find how to create recovery discs, I did not have this option in the Recovery Manager
Here are the different ways to reinstall vista
Contact the computer manufacturer and ask them to send you to vista recovery disks to reinstall the operating system back as it was when you bought it
they do it for a nominal cost of $
also ask them if you have a recovery partition on your hard drive to get back to the way you bought
you would normally press F10 or F11 or Alt + F10, 0 at startup to start the recovery process according to the manufacturer
Ask them of the exact key sequence
or borrow a microsoft dvd vista
Make sure that you borrow the correct 32-bit or 64-bit microsoft dvd to your computer
they contain all versions of vista
This is the product key that determines which version of vista is installed
Save all data, because it will be lost, do the above
How to replace Microsoft software or hardware, order service packs and replace product manuals
How do I restore my windows 7 to its factory settings? as a new installation!
If you have bought and installed Windows 7 yourself, see the following resources:
If it is preinstalled on your computer.
New computers coming often pre-installed with Windows 7 have what is called a recovery partition. This is used to reinstall an operating system in the case of a system failure. To access it, you need to start when you start your computer by pressing a function key. This can be either F1, F2, F9, F10, F11, F12 key DEL or tab. See the manual that came with your PC for instructions on how to reinstall Windows.
This is how the recovery partition is available for the most popular brands
For Dell, press CTRL + F11 directly after switching on the device
For HP, press F11 directly after switching on the device
For Toshiba, press and hold "0" BEFORE and during the power upward
For Acer, press and hold ALT + F10, as soon as you see the logo
For Samsung: Press the F4 key to the Samsung logo when you turn first.
For Asus, press F9, as soon as you see the Asus logo.
Advent, restart your computer. Then, press F10 repeatedly until the message "Starting system recovery"
My iMac has slowed to where I can barely use it. It also expands the page I look without any in put me. I think that the only cure is to go back to the first day. I backed up my files. How can I re - adjust my iMac back to factory settings?
Allows you to reformat your Mac OS X Recovery > OS X Recovery.
Just a quick question. How can I restore my Toshiba Satellite C660 to factory settings? I have no disk recovery etc., and there is nothing on the PC I need to back up. Just a simple factory to its original settings restore,
Some sites say press 0 (zero) and follow the instructions. Others say press F8 and follow the instructions. I hope that one of them is correct but which?
Thanks in advance.
If you n t have recovery DVDs (you didn't create it) you can install the recovery image according to instructions in the
If this does not work you need to order the original restore on https://backupmedia.toshiba.eu/landing.aspx disc
I just bought a second hand s1900-102 laptop and to restore it to factory settings.
Unfortunately, he is not come with a disc.
How to restore?
Search on the net if you buy somewhere or get the original disk for this computer and use it for the installation of Windows XP Home edition.
I recently got a laptop Satellite Pro M40 and it suffers from an infection. Before installing Norton I want to restore to as if it were new. I put t need no data on this at all and I don t have all the disks that have initially come with it.
Can someone please?
If you want to have the factory again settings you need original recovery installation CD/DVD. Otherwise, you can do clean install of OS using the facilities of Microsoft CD.
For the first option, you need to order original recovery media by service provider authorized in your country. The second option install the Microsoft OS installations CD. All the necessary drivers, tools and utilities that you find on Toshiba download page http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com
If you need more assistance please post again.
Bye and good luck!
I have problems with repeated "crash" of my system.
I get the dreaded blue page, which then restarts (usually) pretty quickly.
I think trying the option 'Restore factory settings', but I've never done this before.
If I do, which will leave it on my computer?
I have my own disks which I was invited to do the last few months (I just got this machine since May this year) will be I need it, or is there something else that is needed?
I have a Satellite L300, PSLB8E, using Vista Home Basic
Hmm. I m wondering if you checked a few discussions here on the same theme.
There are more that enough son and I m sure you will not need to create this thread after reading some reviews.
Just a tip; the use of HARD drive recovery option will format the system partition, but the D partition (where the HARD drive recovery files are placed) wouldn't be formatted!
If you are still not sure after reading some discussions, please ask again ;)
How can I return my lap top to factory settings
When I bought my A100, I didn't any of the product recovery media. I assumed it would be pre - installed on a partition of my hard drive. Seems not to be the case.
I want to resize my main partition to allow me to install linux on the space that would be made available. While Linux will do for me, just in case there is an error, I need a copy of the product for XP and other software pre-installed recovery media. Direct contacts on the Toshiba site are difficult to locate.
So I was wondering if anyone can point me in the right direction? I am a UK user.
If the recovery disk was not supplied with the laptop, then you should be able to create a recovery disk using the preinstalled tool called Toshiba Recovery Disk Creator.
I think that you didn t read the user manual after you have received the laptop
Anyway usually the recovery disc can be ordered here:
But not all the recovery discs would be available, especially if the laptop series was abandoned this means that you can not order a recovery disc if the laptop series is too old you can also try to contact a local ASP (partner) in your country for assistance and could try to order this disc it.
Otherwise, you must use an original disc of MS Windows all drivers can be downloaded from the page of European driver of Toshiba.
I hope someone can help me with this problem? At first look and some of the related son is reading seems easy but...
I can't access the menu of BIOS at startup upward or via the control panel. Apparently, I should have a supervisor password, which I don't know and have never been! I even tried the menu with safe mode, using the administrator, sign in, even when nothing is.
To make things worse, I contacted an ASP who said that there was nothing they could do.
You have the original recovery CD for this laptop model?
I have a viao with windows xp computer and I want to reset factory
According to the model, you can restore it at a State factory with F10 (hidden partition) or the Assist button. However, if you have an old unit these 2 option may not be available and you will need the disk recovery media to reload to factory...
We have several Toshiba laptops in use in our society. I need to restore a (a Satellite Pro L20) to factory settings. However, although I have kept all the recovery CD, most of them have labels which do not mention which model they are intended to be used on. On some of them I wrote the model number on the label by hand, but I did not do that for the L20. I know from experience that if I receive the wrong recovery CD, I have to put dozens of drivers and utilities individually, in order to find the right one would save me a lot of time and stress.
Each recovery CD has a number (for example GMR400626EN1), so it should be possible to identify the good CD of it, but I can't find the info on the Toshiba web site.
Is there a list that corresponds to the reference numbers for the models of laptop recovery CD?
This info is certainly not available on the Toshiba support site. What you can try is to contact the partner of service authorized in your country. They have access to the database of Toshiba and I'm sure they can help you.
If you need addresses and phone numbers please check https://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com support & downloads search for an ASP.
Bye and good luck!
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