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Old September 19th 09, 03:26 AM posted to comp.sys.laptops,alt.sys.pc-clone.acer
Paul H
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Default Reset Vista to "new"...

I have an Acer 4730Z w/Vista Home Premium. I want to put it back to factory
condition. How? Is there a hidden disk partition that will do it for me?
Press some key while start-up is going on? I have 2 "recovery disks". Can
I use them? How? TIA, Paul


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