format

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Help' started by braves1212, Dec 3, 2007.

  1. braves1212

    braves1212 Guest

    May be the wrong group to ask but I'd appreciate any help,if not,then
    perhaps a pointing to the req.site.
    Quite simply,after buying a Dell 530 inspiron with Vista home basic
    installed i hit a problem that has now been sorted.
    For others the startup screen stayed locked for 15 mins before coming to
    life.Answer was to get rid of static charge by removing all plug
    ins,switching off and holding the power button for 15 secs to drain static.
    However,How do I format the disc to start over again if I need to?I can
    format the C drive[recovery] but it will not let me format the D
    drive[OS]saying I don't have the right to do so.
    Any help?cheers if you can
     
    braves1212, Dec 3, 2007
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    Arse Clown Guest

    Here's some help. After any type of punctuation press your fucking
    space bar.
    You sold the ****?
    You're trying to format the fucking drive windows is on whilst logged
    into the fucking thing? And do you have the volume of the drives arse
    about? Anyway, when you buy a fucking Dell the cunts don't give you a
    Windows disk but rather a fucking recovery disk. I'm sure there's an
    option on that for a fresh install, format, shit like that, cobber.
     
    Arse Clown, Dec 3, 2007
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    Brad Guest

    That recovery partition you deleted was where your install files were
    stored. You'll need to find another install disk and use the serial numbers
    on your laptop label to install it. You can then download all the drivers
    and see if they work.
    Usually it is better to do research before you format but it's more funny
    when you don't.


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    Brad, Dec 7, 2007
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