Chatsworth October 1, 2009 at 05:09:20 Specs: Windows Vista
I have a Philips X59 running Vista (factory installed at purchase) that has provided faultless service. Recently the keyboard appeared to have failed and now the machine only boots up with the aid of an Ultimate Boot Repair Disk. I do not need any data at all from it. All I want to do is to be able to wipe it totally clean and re-install an operating system so that it can be used again. It doesn't even have to be Vista if this is a problem. Can someboby please advise a novice of how to do this? Many thanks.
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