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#1 q28

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Posted 30 July 2006 - 10:25 PM

hi can somebody teach me how to reformat my pc because im here in Japan but far away from a city means im far away from any computer services, tsk,tsk.. and they're using windows japanese vers. so it's very hard for me here so the only solution is to do it by myself but i don't know how, and what software i will be needed?,pls anybody help me it will be really appreciated! tnx guys!

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Posted 31 July 2006 - 02:05 AM

At the very least you will need the manufacturer's restore disks, or a copy of the Windows Operating System. Reformatting should, however, be a last resort if your PC is giving you problems, most of which can be solved with less extreme measures.
If you wish to reformat, please tell us the make of the computer, and what disks came with it. If you wish to try to fix the problems without reformatting, please carefully describe the problems so our members can help.
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