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Accidental factory reset


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katyfs

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I have no back up disk, however, do have a repair disk. It is asking me to set up for first use. Don't know how to fix this. Computer came with no disks because bought used from resell shop. Help
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Hi katyfs :)

If the Factory Reset has already been done, you cannot un-do it sadly. You'll have to go with the "new" installation that has been set. And a repair disk won't help you go back to a previous installation as well.
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