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Old 03-15-2014, 08:06 AM   #1
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I have a Dell 1525 with Windows 7.How do i put it back to Factory Condition? I think its one of the F-buttons ,just not sure which one. Thanks

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F12 maybe? Was win 7 the original software, if not when win 7 installed I believe you lost the restore partition.

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The F key designations are not determined by Windows, but by the BIOS (software that loads before Windows). I have seen almost every choice of F key used, but the most common are F12, F10, F8, F2. Only Dell knows what version of BIOS they installed on that specific model.
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