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First check and see if you have a recovery drive on you HDD/SSD.

How to check:

1.Right click on my computer

2.Select Manage

3.Choose tab Disk Manager

4.Normally there will be C: drive D: drive and a hidden drive eat up 15-20GB but you cannot see it anywhere beside the C: and D:

5.That sir is the recovery drive, if you have it you can go ahead restart computer and try a combination key to get to recovery mode

6.How to get to recovery mode:

SONY VAIO

Bios => F2

Recovery => F10

HP – Compaq

Bios =>F10

Select boot =>F9

Recovery =>F11

Lenovo Thinkpad

Bios => F1

Select boot =>F12

Recovery =>hard button key ThinkVantage

Dell

Bios =>F2

Select boot =>F12

Recovery =>F8 and select Repair your Computer

Acer

Boot => F12

Bios => F2

Asus

Boot => ESC

Bios => F2

IBM

F1 or F2

For windows 10 and up you can press F8 and select recovery from the menu. Otherwise you can use search on windows and look for utility Refresh/Reset to Factory reset your PC.

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