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 Post subject: Linux ubuntu
 Post Posted: Mon Jan 24, 2011 7:20 am 
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How can I restore my laptop to factory default with Linux Ubuntu? Im currently using Linux Ubuntu as my OS on my HP laptop and want to restore to factory settings as I prefer using windows 7 for the tasks that I have to perform on my laptop, Ive tried using the system restore when starting the up the laptop but this just causes Ubuntu to load as normal. Is there any terminal commands or any other way to restore the laptop without having to go and create a windows installation disk?
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 Post Posted: Mon Jan 24, 2011 11:53 am 
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if you changed the OS your best bet is to format the drive ..i do not think you can restore to the previous OS

Format the drive and run the install disks for 7 ..

once up and running you will need to recheck your drivers and update them if needed then install your software again

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