I was recently given a Medion desktop pc (its a second hand one), and i want to recover it back to factory settings. I got nothing with the pc, no disks or anything.
It has one HDD which is partitioned into two drives, one of which is called "recover" and contains what i assume to be files that will reset the pc to factory settings and install all of the orginal content again. This drive has no .exe file in it, or any other file extention that i can do anything with. The appears to be no program that i can find that will recover the pc.
Does anyone have any suggestion on how i restore it factory settings?
Any help would be appreciated.
p.s. The DVD-rom is not working at the min, so even if i did have a disk i wouldnt be able to use it.
p.p.s. The pc has 2.8ghz processer (pentium D), 250gb HDD, 1GB RAM, Vista home prem OS
Btw, the pc also has no internet connection, however i do have another computor so i can download things and transfer them over. (i cant set up my internet connection because they drivers
i need to run the wireless adapter are on a CD and i currently cant run Cd's)
edit: I think i might be making progress (assumin im heading on the right track?), when i press F10 during start-up i get the following come up on screen:
EDIT BOOT OPTIONS
Edit Windows boot options for: Microsoft windows Vista
Hard Disk: cb352c78
Then is says ENTER=submit ESC=Cancel
Now am i right in thinking that the partition needs to be changed to 2? if so how to i do it, becasue it wont simply let me change it as the only thing i have acess to is the bit in  (thats the only bit i can change or type in).
Thanks again, Hayley