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what to key do you press to restore an EMACHINE  3646

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I try pressing f11, f1, f7 this is windows vista home edition , and I can login to window vista the partind D  with the recovery . thanks in advance
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Get the .pdf downloaded here, for the T3646, and look  on page 102:

http://support.gateway.com/emachines/Manuals/emachines/8512161.pdf
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if it the one i think it is, when you press <f10> it gives you the option to select the boot drive. select the hard drive and then as it starts to change press together <alt> <f10> to go into emachine recovery mode
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hitman530, is your question answered?
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