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Dell E1705... needs factory restore... what do i do?

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If you press CTRL + F11 at turn on you will be able to access the "Recovery Partition" If you follow the instructions it will restore you to factory settings.

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Dell has a utility installed with this feature.

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SOURCE: Dell inspiron E1705 laptop to factory settings

System restore: Click Start, Programs, Accessories, System Tools, System Restore. Follow all prompts.

Remove printer: Click Start, Control Panel, Printers. Right-click Printer you want removed, then left-click "Delete".

If you restore the computer to a point in time BEFORE you installed the printer, you can skip doing the remove printer option I wrote above.

Those fixes can be done one-handed (with your mouse).

You posted in the free area, so there is no charge.

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SOURCE: I already back up all my files now i cant restore

There are two ways to do this: with a CD or with the recovery partition. If your laptop didn't come with an OS install CD, then it has a recovery partition on the hard drive. Once you figure out which option you need to use, it's just a matter of following the directions in the on-screen prompts.

Posted on Nov 09, 2009

SOURCE: how to reset to factory specs a dell inspiron

Turn on the NUM LOCK + CAPS LOCK + SCROLL LOCK...

Press and hold ALT key.

Keep holding the key strike E, F, B..

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SOURCE: dell inspiron e1705 did factory restore then

Since you did factory install, Might probably that's the recovery partition you used, Try to restart computer, if does not work, turn it off, unplug ac adapter and battery then drain residual power of laptop by pressing the power button for 5 secs, then put the ac adapter and battery again. If it still doesn't work, try to run diagnostics first if it fails then you'll need to replace a part, if it passes then you'll need to do operating system re-installation manually.

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You posted in the free area, so there is no charge.

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