08-24-2010 01:39 AM
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09-17-2010 03:55 AM
the top left button is to copy and past stuff (Tho i have never got it to work for me.) the other one is to launch into recovery mode when the computer is off.
the manufactures do not provide recovery disks anymore because they want to get as much money out of you as possible. its like 60-80$ to get new recovery disks from the manufactures outside the warranties.
btw, i read the manual that came with the machine to figure out what those buttons do.
09-17-2010 04:09 AM
09-17-2010 02:31 PM
12-22-2010 01:44 PM
Many, if not most, new computers do not come with a Windows disc, or a backup/restore disc, in the box. You are expected to burn your own when you get the machine set up. If you skip this set, and your computer crashes, you will have to buy a restore disc set from the manufacturer. This is not unique to Gateway, but is common with most manufacturers. Urge you to make your restore disc set *NOW* while you can. Do not put it off...you may regret it if you do!
12-23-2010 12:18 AM
Making a Windows Restore system is a good idea. Get a couple DVDs and burn those. Despite buying a pre-built machine, the throes of Windows and the internet can sometimes cause trouble.