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Sony Vaio PCV E31M restore Discs needed help please

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by markdjenner, Apr 27, 2010.

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  1. markdjenner

    markdjenner Thread Starter

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    Hi Everyone,
    I have a desktop Sony Vaio PCV E31M the one with the tv tuner built in running XP
    we had a virus which was removed but The viao PC is still running very slow now and i thought if i restored it back to its default thereby cleaning the hard drive of all programs and reloaded just the software that I use on a daily basis it might help.

    MY PROBLEM IS THAT I CAN NO LONGER FIND THE CDS WITH THE SONY SOFTWARE ON THEM TO RESET BACK TO ITS DEFAULT.

    DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY VIAO CDS FOR THE PCV E31M THAT I CAN BORROW OR BUY PLEASE.

    Best regards

    Mark j
     
  2. maceman

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    Hi Mark,
    Did you already ask from Sony?
    It is possible to do system restore without CDs, with Winnit32.exe. You can find very detailed instructions, just Google.
     
  3. markdjenner

    markdjenner Thread Starter

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    Thanks for your quick reply.
    I looked on the sony website but could not find the cds or files that i woud need.

    thanks for the other info on winnt
    Ill have a look at that..
    regards

    mark j
     
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