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System Restore! URGENT

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I really need help, I am operating IBM Netvista and I want to restore my computer to factory settings but cant figure out how. I dont have a restore disk that I am aware of so I really need some help so if someone can please help me I would be grateful!
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Welcome to GTG Unkown Soldier :D

The restore disk is vital to your system. All the factory settings are on it. To my knowldege, the only way to go back to the factory settings is to format your hard drive and do a clean install with the restore disk. Sorry for the news :D. Other moderators may be able to assist you. I have notified admin of this post and he will be back with you shortly. <_<
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Have you tried the F11 key? All the restore information and software are likely located on your hard disk.

You can find the user guide for IBM Rapid Restore here:
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