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Using Your Recovery CDs
When the System Recovery menu appears, follow the on-screen instructions to complete the recovery process.
If your notebook does not start from the Recovery CD 1 2 3 4 5 6 Press the power button and hold it for more than 4 seconds to turn off the notebook. Turn on the notebook. When the Sony logo is displayed, press the F2 key. The BIOS setup menu screen appears. Press the arrow keys to select the Exit menu. Press the arrow keys to select âGet Default Valuesâ and then press the Enter key. The message âLoad default configuration now?â appears. Check that âYesâ is selected, then press the Enter key. Press the arrow keys to select âExitâ (Save Changes) and then press the Enter key. The message âSave configuration changes and exit now?â appears. Check that âYesâ is selected, then press the Enter key. The notebook restarts from the Recovery CD.
â Your system may include one or more System Recovery CDs. If you have two or more
System Recovery CDs, insert the first CD to run the System Recovery program. You are prompted to insert the next CD once the information from the previous CD has been installed. The recovery process takes from 30 minutes to 60 minutes to complete.
After recovering your system using the System Recovery CD(s), you may be prompted to insert your Application Recovery CD(s) after restarting Windows. Insert the Application Recovery CD to automatically complete recovery of your system.
Recovering Microsoft Word
If you recover your operating system using the System Recovery CD, Microsoft Word will not be recovered. Use the supplied Word CD-ROM to recover this application.