How to reinstall windows 8.1 if it crashes
I bought "Vostro 3900 Mini-Tower (end 2013)" which came with pre-installed Windows 8.1.
- How can I reinstall Windows if it crashes?
For the backup of the system, upgrade to Premium account is necessary. Once I paid for Premium - is this time above paid or automatically renewed periodically?
The first step is to create a recovery USB drive, windows.microsoft.com/.../create-usb-recovery-drive.
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How to reinstall Windows 7 pro after an upgrade to 500 GB HARD drive? How to access password protected data after relocation? How can I get a professional installation of Windows 7 DVD?
(I do not installed new HARD drive yet, but I intend)
You have created the Toshiba Recovery disk? Perfect!
After Exchange of HARD drive, you need this you to install Windows 7 disc. The Toshiba Recovery disk contains an image of the factory settings, which means that you will have the factory settings on the new HARD drive after the use of the disc. You must boot from it and follow the instructions on the screen.
> How to access password protected data after relocation?
It would be interesting to know what data you mean exactly.
Before you reinstall Windows, you must back up all data on a disk for example external HARD.
I have a Toshiba Satellite L450, which has Windows 7 preinstalled. It doesn't have a recovery partition, and no disc don't came with the laptop. No older installation point have been created.
So, how can I do to reinstall Windows 7 I want a new facility to remove performance issues. Where can I get the media? I do not wan to spend £200 + to purchase something which was already pre-installed!
> So, how can I do to reinstall Windows 7
First of all I recommend you read the user manual. It can clearly answer your question how to reinstall Windows 7.
If you have more questions, just after again. ;)
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I deleted the files from my computer. They are not in the trash. It is empty. I need to know what is my default audio device and how to reinstall windows audio and windows audio end point. Help, please!
Hi ring Racoon eyes,
· What files do you mean?
Follow the steps in the article.
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Need to know how to reinstall Windows live mail without losing files
I accidentally uninstalled Windows live
Windows Live what? You can refer to Windows Live Essentials, Windows Live Mail or Windows Live Photo Gallery...
I guess I've lost everything!
We are the ones making guess! You have uninstalled Windows Live Mail, or even all of the Windows Live Essentials programs. This will not affect your user data (such as messages, calendars, and contacts). Is expected uninstall Word to remove all .doc files, would you?
Please visit Ronnie gave two years ago and reinstall Windows Essentials. When it has finished installing, you should see all your old accounts, messages, calendars and contacts.
How to reinstall Windows Defender for Windows 7 (64bt)
Windows Defender is included and enabled by default in Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.
It can be reactivated only on or off.
How to reinstall in the same system windows 8 pro with already purchased product key online. I bought one DVD product key. There is a future for guidance only. Because if I'm going to back up the system showing 62 GB size Windows disk. If I backup with 8.5 GB DVD that will work or not. Suppose I'll use 8.5 GB DVD speed appropriate for writing. Please guide me the right way.
Thank you best regards &,.
How to reinstall Windows 8
You have two options:
If you want to reinstall Windows 8, which means remove applications and personal files and settings, you can use the reset and refresh. This is equivalent to a clean install.
To do this, follow these steps:
· Press the Windows key + i on your keyboard to show the charms (if you use a touch screen: touch the right edge of your screen and drag your finger to the left)
· Click settings
· Click change PC settings
· Click general in the left column
· In virtue remove all and reinstall Windows, click Start
Then follow instructions that will be provided on the screen to reinstall Windows on your PC.
If you create an installation DVD or a USB bootable, you can use them to reinstall Windows. First, you will need to reinstall license qualification, then begin the upgrade to Windows 8. License of qualification means that you will need to reinstall Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7.
A workaround for this situation is to create a system image of Windows 8, just after you have upgraded. So if your drive plant, you can simply restore the image on a new hard drive or restore the image on the same drive, if you want to reinstall Windos 8.
See the following for instructions on how to create an image of the installation process of Windows 8:
(references Windows 7, but the same principles apply to Windows 8).
I had my Toshiba for three years, which means that it becomes slower and fuller every day. I bought the laptop with Windows 7 pre-installed, so I never received a disc to re - install Windows if wanted. But at this point, I am a lot would like to reset my laptop to factory default, delete everything (installed programs, photos, downloads, data, etc.) and start from scratch, as if I just bought the laptop.
Could someone explain how to do this? As there must be a way to start over once again, re - install Windows and start over with a laptop completely empty...?
Looking forward to all the answers!
Thank you very much
Hello. There are three ways for you to reinstall Windows:
First of all. Plug your AC cable and shut down your laptop. Then he turns on again and press 0 (zero, not on the NUM pad). Wait for the recovery menu to appear and choose the necessary recovery options.
In the second place. While in Windows 7 click on "Start" and go to "Control Panel". Then choose "System and security"-> "Restore your computer to an earlier time"-> "of the advanced recovery methods'-> 'return your computer to the factory State '.
In the third place. Buy CD/DVD recovery for your Toshiba noteboook.
I need to reinstall windows XP Pro on my laptop A60.
I have no idea what to do, I watched the recovery disc and although a complete reinstall is simple, I really want to lose my information that I built.
I saw Drweekx post and Sylvain's response, but I don't know what are the particions or how to reinstall via the expert mode.
Is there someone to talk me through it?
Thank you in advance
Juddlin I can find you a few subjects. I really put t know where I can write to you. ;) Please stay on this one.
If you want to install OS using expert mode control his topic http://forums.computers.toshiba-europe.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=2513
At number 7 it of description Put again inside the new size of the partition, and then press ENTER. There you can put 50% of the maximum size of HARD drive. After this HARD drive will be split on both sides. The first (C) will be used for the operating system and all the software you need. The other (D), you can use to store all your sensitive data.
If you sometimes in the future had to reinstall OS again use Expert mode and reinstall the operating system on the first partition. All the data you have on the second partition, you can use again.
I have a NB250 (PLL2PE) which gives a code of FAJDH 0xc00000e9 laptop. I want to reinstall windows in the hope that this will help, but the phone doesn't have a cd-rom drive, or received no installation CD. (probably because of the absence of a player?) I have only the installation code of windows on the tile down.
How can I manage Windows reinstall? F8/F12 does not work and so I can't do anything else can start Windows.
Y at - it somewhere that I can download the files I need?
Greetings with goodness, Mirjam
(my native language is Dutch)
> I found now that I CAN use the bottom of the F2 and enter in the Phoenix Secure database configuration utility
I suppose that you access the BIOS.
Sorry, but you're on the wrong track
Timox has already explained how to install the system.
If the HARD drive recovery is not possible, you should use external media (disk or flash USB stick) to install the system.
You have a Windows disc? If this isn't the case, you need a.
If so, you could create an installation key USB flash memory.
If you would google to install Windows 7 from USB you will get much useful occurrences
There are also a lot of youtube videos how to create this bootable USB key.
I have a Toshiba Satellite A100 laptop and would like to reinstall Windows. The disc was divided into 2 parts. WinXp Home is installed on the first.
What happens with the data on the secondary disk if I use the recovery CD? It will be formatted?
And if this is the case, how can I reinstall winXP Home without losing the data on the second drive?
You can install the OS on the first partition only and all data saved on the second partition will not be deleted. To do this procedure of departure recovery and after choosing the language button tablecloth call SETUP. It is placed on the right side.
If I like what you must remember he chose the second option. The first one can be used when you want to create the new partition (DO NOT choose this one).
Bye and good luck!
I need to reinstall windows vista on my Satellite L300 because of a problem, I had with it (the computer does not start and the recovery option does not work). It has not come with a windows CD so how can I reinstall it?
Do I have to get a CD by myself and if so - what version of windows vista is compatible with my laptop?
(I can not contact the provider because I is not guaranteed).
> It came not with a windows CD so how can I reinstall it?
You had an option pre-installed on your laptop that you helped to create the recovery disk. Seems you didn't create this disk in the past
Well, in this case, you can order the CD here:
Recently, I had a hard drive failure. The drive is about 7 years so I understand he lived a life busy for a long time, and I plan replace it. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to make the recovery discs and I don't have a windows CD, because it is installed on the disk hard when I bought the computer. If I had to buy a new HARD drive, how would I reinstall Windows on it without re-purchase a copy? I was told there would be a product key on the chasis somewhere but I couldn't find the model and serial number for the bureau, nothing to do with Windows. I also searched HP website to see if I could order recovery disks, but this option is not visible anywhere. Help, please!
Thank you, Alex.
Alex, welcome to the forum.
Unfortunately, because you did not the system recovery media when you bought the computer, you will need to buy a full copy of Windows 7.
Here's a guide to help you try to order the HP discs. However, I believe that it is very unlikely that they are always available from your computer is more than 7 years old.
Please click on the Thumbs up button '+' if I helped you and click on "Accept as Solution" If your problem is resolved.
I have a Lenovo G 570 and was very happy with it. Unfortunately, I had a hard drive crash (totally my bad, I dropped the laptop on the floor).
In any case I had to change my drive hard because I got this message: "No bootable device - insert boot disk and press any key any." I have always this message with the new hard drive which makes sense since I have to reinstall Windows 7, but the problem is that I don't have a sticker with the product key
Does this mean that the Windows product key is in the Bios? How can I get? Contact Lenovo to get a new product key and pay for it?
A big thank you to the person who will be able to help me with this, can not wait to start to use my Lenovo again.
Mod edit: System model added to the front of the subject line to improve visibility / clarity.
my laptop is running slow (OS Win XP) and I want reinstal windows xp on it can you tell me how I have an xp disk and license, I've never done this before, so easy to understand instructions could be very useful.
I recommend to install Windows on if you've never done before and expect to get back to a fully functional computer before the end of the week is over. ;-)
The basics are simple:
- Back up all important data you external to the computer in question.
- Make sure you have all the serial numbers and installation support and product keys set - off the computer in question.
- Make sure you know all the hardware on your system. Run and print the Belarc Advisor report to be sure. I recommend to download the latest drivers for each piece of hardware NOW and their storage on a reader of CD/DVD/USB external to the computer for later.
- Change your CMOS/BIOS system to boot from the CD and start with the support of Windows XP (CD).
- Follow the prompts, remove the existing divides and create new partition on which to install the operating system.
- When installing the operating system, install the drivers for hardware devices.
- When doing this, patch Windows XP OS by http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com/ (repeat until there is no critical update left - leave EVERYTHING the only option at the moment.)
- When doing this, install your applications. Then update those.
- Restoring your data.
However - I think you'd be better of just clean up.
Search for malware:
Download, install, execute, update and perform analyses complete system with the two following applications:
Remove anything they find. Reboot when necessary. (You can uninstall one or both when finished.)
Search online with eSet Online Scanner.
The less you have to run all the time, most things you want to run will perform:
Use Autoruns to understand this all starts when your computer's / when you log in. Look for whatever it is you do not know using Google (or ask here.) You can hopefully figure out if there are things from when your computer does (or connect) you don't not need and then configure them (through their own built-in mechanisms is the preferred method) so they do not - start using your resources without reason.
You can download and use Process Explorer to see exactly what is taking your time processor/CPU and memory. This can help you to identify applications that you might want to consider alternatives for and get rid of all together.
Do some cleaning and dusting off this hard drive:
You can free up disk space (will also help get rid of the things that you do not use) through the following steps:
Windows XP should take between 4.5 and 9 GB * with * an Office suite, editing Photo software, alternative Internet browser (s), various Internet plugins and a host of other things installed.
If you are comfortable with the stability of your system, you can delete the uninstall of patches which has installed Windows XP...
(Especially of interest here - #4)
(Variant: http://www.dougknox.com/xp/utils/xp_hotfix_backup.htm )
You can run disk - integrated into Windows XP - cleanup to erase everything except your last restore point and yet more 'free '... files cleaning
How to use disk cleanup
You can disable hibernation if it is enabled and you do not...
When you Hibernate your computer, Windows saves the contents of the system memory in the hiberfil.sys file. As a result, the size of the hiberfil.sys file will always be equal to the amount of physical memory in your system. If you don't use the Hibernate feature and want to reclaim the space used by Windows for the hiberfil.sys file, perform the following steps:
-Start the Control Panel Power Options applet (go to start, settings, Control Panel, and then click Power Options).
-Select the Hibernate tab, uncheck "Activate the hibernation", and then click OK. Although you might think otherwise, selecting never under "Hibernate" option on the power management tab does not delete the hiberfil.sys file.
-Windows remove the "Hibernate" option on the power management tab and delete the hiberfil.sys file.
You can control the amount of space your system restore can use...
1. Click Start, right click my computer and then click Properties.
2. click on the System Restore tab.
3. highlight one of your readers (or C: If you only) and click on the button "settings".
4 change the percentage of disk space you want to allow... I suggest moving the slider until you have about 1 GB (1024 MB or close to that...)
5. click on OK. Then click OK again.
You can control the amount of space used may or may not temporary Internet files...
Empty the temporary Internet files and reduce the size, that it stores a size between 64 MB and 128 MB...
-Open a copy of Microsoft Internet Explorer.
-Select TOOLS - Internet Options.
-On the general tab in the section 'Temporary Internet files', follow these steps:
-Click on 'Delete the Cookies' (click OK)
-Click on "Settings" and change the "amount of disk space to use: ' something between 64 MB and 128 MB. (There may be many more now.)
-Click on 'Delete files', then select "Delete all offline content" (the box), and then click OK. (If you had a LOT, it can take 2 to 10 minutes or more).
-Once it's done, click OK, close Internet Explorer, open Internet Explorer.
You can use an application that scans your system for the log files and temporary files and use it to get rid of those who:
(just disk cleanup - do not play with the part of the registry for the moment)
Other ways to free up space...
Those who can help you discover visually where all space is used. Then, you can determine what to do.
After that - you want to check any physical errors and fix everything for efficient access"
How to scan your disks for errors* will take time and a reboot.
How to defragment your hard drives* will take time
Cleaning the components of update on your WIndows XP computer
While probably not 100% necessary-, it is probably a good idea at this time to ensure that you continue to get the updates you need. This will help you ensure that your system update is ready to do it for you.
Download and run the MSRT tool manually:
(Ignore the details and download the tool to download and save to your desktop, run it.)
Download/install the latest program Windows installation (for your operating system):
(Windows XP 32-bit: WindowsXP-KB942288-v3 - x 86 .exe )
(Download and save it to your desktop, run it.)
Download the latest version of Windows Update (x 86) agent here:
... and save it to the root of your C:\ drive. After you register on the root of the C:\ drive, follow these steps:
Close all Internet Explorer Windows and other applications.
AutoScan--> RUN and type:
--> Click OK.
(If asked, select 'Run'). --> Click on NEXT--> select 'I agree' and click NEXT--> where he completed the installation, click "Finish"...
Now reset your Windows with this FixIt components update (you * NOT * use the aggressive version):
How to reset the Windows Update components?
Now that your system is generally free of malicious software (assuming you have an AntiVirus application), you've cleaned the "additional applications" that could be running and picking up your precious memory and the processor, you have authorized out of valuable and makes disk space as there are no problems with the drive itself and your Windows Update components are updates and should work fine - it is only only one other thing you pouvez wish to make:
Get and install the hardware device last drivers for your system hardware/system manufacturers support and/or download web site.
If you want, come back and let us know a bit more information on your system - particularly the brand / model of the system, you have - and maybe someone here can guide you to the place s x of law to this end. This isn't 100% necessary - but I'd be willing to bet that you would gain some performance and features in making this part.
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