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I want to completely remove everything from my comp!


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BStock

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Hi.. Well, I know my computer is infected with viruses.. Such as Psguardremoval... (hate that one =p).. Anyway.. Well I know they're probably ways to get rid of it without doing this.. But i dont really need anything on my computer and I just want to DELETE everything.. Start over... A system restore or whatever it is... Hmm, Can anyone help ? I have a Dell Dimension 8200 and every CD i need for it.. ( Dell helped me do this a while back, probably a year ago ) But now they want to charge $99 to help me.. F That =).. I know its pretty simple I just forgot how to do it.. And if I do this .. Wipeout of my comp .. Will EVERYTHING.. Including viruses be gone? Alright well I hope to hear from someone soon.. Peace.

Edited by BStock, 24 November 2005 - 02:37 PM.

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wannabe1

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Hi BStock...

Have a look HERE for a guide to do the Recovery...Use the option for Format and Recovery.

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Edit: Stupid similar topics.

:)

Edited by DemisesAngel, 10 May 2010 - 11:57 PM.

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