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Instructions to revive, reset, or reestablish your PC
Applies to: Windows 8.1
In case you're having issues with your PC, you can endeavor to revive, reset, or reestablish it. Reviving your PC reinstalls Windows and keeps your own records and settings. It likewise keeps the applications that accompanied your PC and the applications you introduced from the Windows Store. Resetting your PC reinstalls Windows however erases your documents, settings, and applications—aside from the applications that accompanied your PC. Reestablishing your PC is an approach to fix late framework transforms you've made.
In case you're experiencing difficulty beginning (booting) your PC, see Windows Startup Settings (counting safe mode). You can revive, reset, or reestablish your PC from the Windows Recovery Environment.
On the off chance that you need to go down and reestablish your own documents utilizing File History, see Set up a drive for File History.
Before you begin to revive or reset your PC
By and large, once you begin to invigorate or reset your PC, it'll complete without anyone else. Be that as it may, if Windows needs missing records, you'll be requested to embed recuperation media, which is ordinarily on a DVD circle or thumb drive. On the off chance that that happens, what you'll require relies upon your PC.
In the event that your PC accompanied Windows 8.1 or Windows RT 8.1, you'll require the circles or thumb drive that accompanied your PC. Check the information that accompanied your PC to check whether your PC maker gave these circles or media. Sometimes, you may have made them when you first set up your PC.
On the off chance that you redesigned your PC to Windows 8.1 or Windows RT 8.1 with a DVD, utilize that plate. On the off chance that you don't have Windows 8.1 or Windows RT 8.1 media, contact Microsoft Support.
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