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  1. tenwen

    tenwen Thread Starter

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    Hello,
    Sorry if I'm in the wrong forum asking my question.
    I recently ininherited a HP 8200 elite ultra slim desktop with 6gb SSD.
    Question 1: how much storage is on 6GB SSD?
    Most importantly how do I factory reset this PC?

    My searched did not come up with anything from HP on how to factory reset this PC.

    Please help.
    Thanks in advanced.
     
  2. TerryNet

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    About 6 GigaBytes.

    Upon power on: Esc - F10 - will get you into the area. Details here.
     
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  3. tenwen

    tenwen Thread Starter

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    As always, thanks for the quick reply.
    I figure 6gb ssd was 6gb...thought it was more.
    I now have another project, guess i post it in the forum.
    Thank you
     
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    You appear to have a HP Compaq 8200 Elite which comes in a minitower or small form factor or ultra slim desktop(which you apparently have) case.
    They appear to come with Windows 7 Professional 32-bit/64-bit.
    The smallest capacity SATA hard drive they appear to come with is 250 GB.

    What's the exact part/product number(P/N) on yours?
    What's the exact Windows version on its Certificate-Of-Authenticity sticker?

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