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Many Toshiba computers/tablets come with the factory software recovery image stored in a special (hidden) area on the hard disk. From this special hidden system recovery image, you can restore your computer to its factory-fresh software condition by following these steps: Make sure the device is turned off ("Shut-down" from the Windows Start menu)

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Toshiba Satellite Recovery to Factory Settings Tutorial Press down on 0 and power on the laptop.

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If your Toshiba Satellite laptop develops serious problems, you can reset it to its factory default settings. This process erases everything on your Toshiba Satellite: you'll have to reinstall all your programs and reload your music, videos and photos back onto the notebook.

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Resetting a Toshiba Laptop BIOS or Administrator Password. The intent of this article was to show you how to reset a Toshiba laptop back to factory settings, but, the topic of resetting passwords will always surface.I’ll cover it briefly and possibly go into more depth in another post.

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Toshiba Satellite laptops can be restored to factory conditions in a couple of ways. The easiest is to purchase recovery discs from Toshiba, if they did not come with your computer. From about mid-2007 and on, Toshiba stopped including a recovery disc with new laptops.

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However, if your Toshiba laptop is less than eight years old, you have a restore option built into the computer, and all Toshiba laptops can still use recovery disks, if you have these available. Either method can restore your computer to its factory default state.

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Whether recovering your Toshiba Satellite laptop from a technical problem, for resale or simply starting from a clean slate, you may be able to access the hidden restore partition that Toshiba has included since 2007. No recovery disks are required, as all your system software and operating requirements are loaded and accessible through a recovery wizard when you reboot.

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When it comes to restoring your Toshiba laptop to its factory settings, the process is a little more in-depth than a simple reset. Unlike other manufacturers, Toshiba does not include recovery CDs with its laptops. Instead, each laptop contains a hidden partition buried in the hard drive, which ...

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You may also see Reset factory settings, which resets the computer to the way it was when you bought it. Not everyone will see this selection. Choose the options you prefer and follow the prompts to complete the reset. If you can successfully load Windows, you can perform a reset with these steps: : Open the Start Menu and select Settings.

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How do I reset my computer back to factory default state (System Recovery)? Computers manufactured from mid 2007 are no longer provided with recovery disks for your operating system. To make your recovery data easier to access Toshiba are now providing your recovery media via a hidden partition that is built into your Hard Disk Drive.