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I need help using factory setting on my windows xp professional. I heard you have to use a CD but i dont have any cds for my computer is a computer home made by someone else. I'm not familiar with computers. I see a Antec logo on my computer. Someone please help me use factory settings on my computer. I have had this computer for 4 years now and it is getting really slow. I have to use the computer for many things including studying science. I very much dislike the way my computer is slow.
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There are no factory settings on a home built computer. You need a Windows XP Installation CD. Since you don't have one, you will have to buy one. You're best bet is E-bay or Craig's List.

You could also try borrowing one from a friend.

What is the problem you are trying to fix? Maybe we can help with that instead.
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