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Format windows-vista home premium

whs

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I Need Help Again,please....
How To Format My Pc(vista-home-premium)?
What I Need Do This,all Step By Step,info.
Thnx To All,have Best Weekend.


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What is the make of your PC? The steps are slightly different depending on make.
 

My Computer

System One

  • Manufacturer/Model
    Dell
    CPU
    Q6600
    Memory
    4GB
    Monitor(s) Displays
    HP w2207h
    Hard Drives
    2x250GB HDDs
    1x60GB OCZ SSD
    6 external disks 60 to 640GBs
    Other Info
    Also 1xHP desktop, 1xHP laptop, 1xGateway laptop
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> Hi To All Here In Best Web-site.
> I Need Help Again,please....
> How To Format My Pc(vista-home-premium)?
> What I Need Do This,all Step By Step,info.
> Thnx To All,have Best Weekend.
>
>
1. On an OEM machine (HP, Sony, etc.) which came with Vista preinstalled -
read the fine manual that came with your computer or go to the computer
mftr.'s website for how to restore to factory condition. Most of these types
of machines are set up to run the factory recovery process after pressing a
function key (like F11) when the computer first starts up. This differs from
mftr. to mftr. so you will need to check with yours.

2. On a generic/home-built machine where you installed Vista yourself:

How to install Windows Vista - covers upgrade and clean install -
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/918884

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HI,THNX 4 THIS INFO. I HAVE NORMAL WINDOWS,IS WORK NORMAL,BUT SOME TIMES
THE "CPU" IS GOING 100% WITHOUT ANY PROGRAM WORK. THNX Malke,THNX whs.


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When your CPU is very busy, you could check with Process Explorer ( Process Explorer ) what's going on. If you click on "CPU" above, all the CPU intensive processes will come up on top. When you hover over a process, you get more info. When you right click on a process and go to Properties, you get even more information.
But sometimes the CPU can be busy because it is doing some housekeeping work - e.g. writing a restore point. Especially a more modest CPU can be easily kept busy by the system for a couple of moments.
 

My Computer

System One

  • Manufacturer/Model
    Dell
    CPU
    Q6600
    Memory
    4GB
    Monitor(s) Displays
    HP w2207h
    Hard Drives
    2x250GB HDDs
    1x60GB OCZ SSD
    6 external disks 60 to 640GBs
    Other Info
    Also 1xHP desktop, 1xHP laptop, 1xGateway laptop

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