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Factory Reset Toshiba with Win Vista

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Britt Conte

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Hello all, my name is britt. Thank you for the opportunity to be a part of this group. I have 4 older Laptops and 4 2003 Dell Desktops I am hoping to trade in for 1 newer tower & 1 newer laptop. Anything else will be donated. I do not have password for Toshiba & the person from whom I got it is dead. Thought resetting would be best bet. Any thoughts?
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Due to GeeksToGo's Terms of Use, we are not allowed to "help bypass" "any passwords".

You might try Google.


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I have forgot my login name because it's been so long since I used it. Can you please tell me how to reboot it to start over with factory settings
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Is there a way to reboot it like taht
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Can you please tell me how to reboot it to start over with factory settings

 

Depends on what "it" is. Some computers, cellphones, routers and other electronic equipment do allow you to do a factory reset.


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Eliminate potential interference before recording.


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