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Mattia2005
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Uninstall clonezilla from WIN10

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Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-Bit) Hello everyone HP community, I wanted to ask you for advice; a few months ago I bought a PC with WIN 10 (x64) operating system, shortly after I installed a Thai operating system called "CLONEZILLA" it blocked my PC, so I wanted to ask you if you knew any way to be able to reuse the my PC. Thanks a lot to everyone.Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-Bit) Hello everyone HP community, I wanted to ask you for advice; a few months ago I bought a PC with WIN 10 (x64) operating system, shortly after I installed a Thai operating system called "CLONEZILLA" it blocked my PC, so I wanted to ask you if you knew any way to be able to reuse the my PC. Thanks a lot to everyone.

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Hello
that will not change much, but in order to know more I am curious
I knew clonezilla, but nothing to do with it because it is normally an open source system, live cd type, and not exclusively Thai does it seem to me?

Can you give more guidance on this?
Because if it is a live system, there is no reason why you cannot use Windows 10 anymore, unless you have done a very bad manipulation.
And if that's not what I thought, this system may not have been a very good idea at all, it uses an existing name, that's doubtful!
in short, try to see this:

HP Consumer PCs - Using the HP Cloud Recovery Tool (Windows 10, 7) | HP® Customer Support


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