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Restore a Toshiba Satellite Laptop to Factory

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Whether you are recovering from a technical problem with a Toshiba Satellite laptop, to resell it or start from a clean partition, you may be able to access a hidden recovery partition that Toshiba has included since 2007. No recovery disk is required, as all system software and operating requirements are loaded and accessible Through the Recovery Wizard when you restart the computer. As long as the hard drive is genuine and not restarted, you can access factory settings with only a few keystrokes.
Recovering with System Restore
step 1
All documents, files and important information before restoring your satellite. System Recovery scans all data on the hard drive.

step 2
Connect the power adapter to the laptop during the recovery procedure. Press and hold the power button for 10 seconds to force the notebook to turn off.

step 3
Press and hold the 0 key at the top of the keyboard, not the number keys. Press the power button once to start the laptop, and then release the 0 button only when the Toshiba logo appears.

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Whether you are recovering from a technical problem with a Toshiba Satellite laptop, to resell it or start from a clean partition, you may be able to access a hidden recovery partition that Toshiba has included since 2007. No recovery disk is required, as all system software and operating requirements are loaded and accessible Through the Recovery Wizard when you restart the computer. As long as the hard drive is genuine and not restarted, you can access factory settings with only a few keystrokes.



Recovering with System Restore
step 4
All documents, files and important information before restoring your satellite. System Recovery scans all data on the hard drive.

step 5
Connect the power adapter to the laptop during the recovery procedure. Press and hold the power button for 10 seconds to force the notebook to turn off.

step 6
Press and hold the 0 key at the top of the keyboard, not the number keys. Press the power button once to start the laptop, and then release the 0 button only when the Toshiba logo appears.

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step 1
Select a 32-bit or 64-bit operating system, if you have an option. Older computers may not offer options.

step 2
Click Yes on the "Warning" screen to continue the recovery process if you save all the data you need from this computer.

step 3
Select Factory Recovery Software Recovery, and then click Next. Select Restore to Out-Box Status (including System Recovery Options). This option displays the satellite settings to the factory default settings.

step 4
Read and see the last warning screen and click Next to start System Restore.
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