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Old 07-15-2007, 10:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i have the O.S. for my comp but how do i completely reeboot it to use the disks?
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Old 07-15-2007, 10:23 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Are you trying to format and install off the discs?
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what do you want to do exactly ??
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i just want to completely scratch my comp and put the O.S. back onto it like it was brand new
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so want to format ur hdd, first things first have you backed up the data that u need ??
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just hit the reset button???

or are u speaking of formatting and REINSTALLING???
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i just want to completely scratch my comp and put the O.S. back onto it like it was brand new
i thinks he wants to format and reinstall windows
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uhh yea..i think thats it. wht do u mean by format though? and i backed up all my files i need on some flash drives.
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uhh yea..i think thats it. wht do u mean by format though? and i backed up all my files i need on some flash drives.
Format means to erase whatever is on the hard drive. Reinstall refers to the installation to of the O/S
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Format means to erase whatever is on the hard drive. Reinstall refers to the installation to of the O/S
couldnt have put it better myself
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