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How can I reset my Windows XP to factory defaults?

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LOL...Okay. The computer that wont boot, i upgraded to vista, and it worked...now im having problems with internet it is saying "Windows cannot find any networks".

..............no u dont know.. xD

Edited by xoskullxo13, 20 May 2008 - 07:51 PM.

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Wow we went to 3 pages with this...

Anyways, so you upgraded to Vista huh

I think you might need to set some settings for the network cause its Vista and all.

And what are you still doing here! This is Windows XP only! Go to the Vista Section geez.

Lol na just kidding. But seriously I dont have Windows Vista so I'm afraid I cant help you on setting any settings because I dont know where to navigate by memory. You can either post in the Windows Vista forums or in the Network Forums.

If you have any last questions feel free to ask me.

Stay in touch,

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From what you say, you use OS- Windows Xp SP2. If this is correct then you could burn the ISO Image of the setup disk that can be downloaded from the internet. It must be legal since your not makin money of it.
1 go to google and serch 'Windows Xp <edition of os for example home prmium> ISO Image'
2 Download it.
3 burn to disk
4 restart computer.
5 On BIOS Screen hold Alt + F10
6 Continue the setup and select ether restore or intall depending on the problem. Restore will be better i guess.
Hope it works.
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