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Dear Geek Squad,
How do I delete everything on my computer?Thank You.
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Help Me Please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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What do you mean by EVERYTHING? You mean all the different programs and stuff?

Or clearing the WHOLE Hard Drive?
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I mean the whole thing hard drive everything. Whatever info you have on how to's I'd really appreciate! THanks
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Hello Dave are you still tgere i need to get this done asap!!!!!
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I need more information about your computer before I will be able to know of a SURE way to help you, please let me know the following:
What type of computer do you have (Mac or PC)
What operating system (95, 98, 2000, ME, Xp, etc...)

And any other information that you can think please.
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I have a Windows 2000
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A PC
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Do you have the Windows Install Disc(s), and Program Disc(s)?

Also, is the computer you wish to delete everything from the one you are on, or a different computer?

Edited by Poetic.Garbage, 20 August 2005 - 09:38 PM.

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No they laptop was given to me.
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Oh, so it is a laptop, and is not the computer your currently on, and it is currently running Windows 2000?

Do you have the requried disc(s) to install a new operating system onto the laptop?
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No I dont have any disks I dont need to install any programs its just a computer for games. it runs very slow and i just want to clean it up brfore i start using it.
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If you remove EVERYTHING, then you will not be able to boot-up the computer, let alone play games on it.

If you would like, there is some things that we can do to get your laptop running a bit smoother. Is that what you meant to do?

Edited by Poetic.Garbage, 20 August 2005 - 09:45 PM.

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What can i do then to make it run faster without buying anything?
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Well, we can take a look at the current programs that you have on your computer, and remove the unwanted/unneeded ones. As well as remove temporary files, and then defragmenting your computer.
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