Call the wizard to reinstall the operating system? Quite a costly occupation.
Another thing if you try to understand this system.
After all, when you can at least reinstall the system yourself, this will be a big plus.
In fact, everything is not so difficult, and you can put the new operating system in three simple steps.
You will need
- Installation disc
To begin with, you need to purchase an installation disc withOperating system. Then insert this disk into the CD or VHF drive. We reboot the computer and immediately go into the BIOS (in order to get there, it is necessary to press the Delete key immediately after turning on the system unit, it is desirable to repeat the pressing repeatedly. This will increase the possibility to get to the menu from the first boot). In the BIOS, look for the "Advanced" tab, then select the "Advanced BIOS Features" tab. This will make it possible to change the parameters of the work. Going to the above tab, we look for a string called? First Boot Device ?. Usually it is the first. Then in the column on the right we select the item "CD-rom ?. Then press F10, the question box pops up, press the Y key. The computer restarts and the system starts to boot automatically. We will need only to slightly adjust the installation process by selecting some items from the proposed ones.
Then we start setting up the parameters. We set the language, time, time zone and the like. Next, the setup program will offer us some actions, and require that you click the "Next" button, or "Next" button. Click on these buttons until you see a bluish-blue screen with text and a progress report. Next, we can only wait, since the system is installed at this stage automatically. During installation, the system will require a reboot. If you are not there, she will do it herself, and then continue the installation.
After the installation is completed and the nextThe program automatically configures the system. Find out what equipment costs and install the required drivers. After the installation queue, reboot the computer again, install the remaining programs that are required for you, and the process is complete.
Installing the operating system on a laptop is no different from the standard installation on a desktop computer.