05-18-2016 04:03 PM
I had an issue where I was getting the blue screen of death and also the computer was running way slow and locking up after getting rid of the blue screen issue. I wanted to retore to factory settings and found that drive 😧 is empty. Not sure where the files went but want to know a reliable source to purchase the files to restore to factory settings. So far I found a company restore.solutions but dont know if they are reputable. Any ideas would be appreciated to get this computer going at normal speeds again and not taking 15-30 mins to startup. Thanks in advanced.
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05-18-2016 05:31 PM
Wmm383, welcome to the forum.
Since HP most likely won't have the disks, I suggest trying this company. They have been used by several members of the Forums.
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05-18-2016 05:45 PM
I know nothing about Restore Solutions.
HP is no longer providing the option to purchase a recovery disc set.
You can no longer legally download Win Vista from Microsoft.
It appears you may have run out of options.
Blue Screens, lock ups, and poor performance could indicate additional hardware problems.
Maybe you should try a system restore. Or consider installing a user friendly version of Linux such as Linux Mint.