No make and model so I can't check to see if there are any DOCUMENTATION on how to use those restore CDs. But let's move on.
-> Sometimes I run across restore CDs that don't quite work. Here's a trick I learned from all the field and shop work. Ready? Copy those CDs onto fresh media. I won't tell how to copy a CD since there is plenty of web content on that but the idea here is that the restore media was likely made years ago and could have faded. We know the laser in the CD/DVD drive did.
I would like to know how do I use the recovery media creator cds.I recently tried to do a full factory settings recovery using the PC angel facility that comes with the PC.This didn't work however and after it went through the whole process the computer was in fact in a worse state.There was software and files etc. back on it that I had downloaded then removed a long time ago.I tried all the recovery options from normal recovery to factory settings recovery.I want to do this as my PC is badly fragmented and windows media player is not working properly.I have tried countless things to fix them but finally resorted to this and this doesn't even work.So I have created a backup using recovery media creator.Can anyone tell me how I use the disks.I created using 5 disks,I boot using cd drive then it asks me if I want full recovery it says press f I do this and it takes me to PC angel.Do I then press factory settings/quick recovery will it recover from the media disks or will it just go through the process that I have tried 3 times.If it does recover from the disks will it stop at intervals and tell me to insert disk 2/3 etc.Sorry this thread is so long can anyone help or advise,thanks.