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Restore to factory settings

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I would like to know if there is anyway possible that I could restore my computer to factory settings? At one point everything were fine and operational. One day I turned on the computer and I noticed it took awhile to come on then it started to shut down as soon as I logged on. Next sign was when it came back on and i wasn't able to open my windows media player. It didn't even open or give an error message. So I thought it needed to restart so I did that. Next, the computer stayed on without booting me out for about 2-3 hrs then all of a sudden it said it had to restart there was a problem and it shutdown on me 3-4 times then showed me a blue screen with all kind information on it saying it will restart several times before it will be fixed. Of course, I assume that is what it suppose to do then since I have not been able to open my windows media player and keep the computer from shutting me out when it wants too. Please in dire need of some assistance. Also, i don't have a cd disc to restore if it is needed so what would I do then? I do appreciate all your assistance in this matter.
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Exactly how to "restore my computer to factory settings" depends on the brand and model number of your computer. If you can supply those we will attempt to help you find an answer.
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