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 If I restore my pc back to the state it was in when i bought it will that unhack it?

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My computer is a fujitsu siemens Scenic eD, how do i restore it back to how it was when i bought it?

go to control panel click on accessories then restore then type factory settings and you should return to when you bought it
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Is glass in a gaseous state, a liquid state or a solid state If I remember back to my freshman college year, it seems my prof said it was in a highly viscous state; therefore a liquid. — GC, Garland, Texas?

The answer to that question is complicated—glass is neither a normal liquid nor a normal solid. While the atoms in glass are essentially fixed in place like those in a normal solid, they are arra... Read More »
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When i star up my netbook it says bootmgr is missing so if I restore it to factory setting will that fix it?

Hi,Check here first as it may help you not to have to re-install windows :-http://pcsupport.about.com/od/fixtheprob…Arnak
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I understand that water changes to its gaseous state when boiled at 212 degrees F. But why does that same water, in the form of falling rain, change to its gaseous state at a much lower temperature after it strikes a hot surface, such as a paved road?

Liquid water can evaporate to form gaseous water (i.e., steam) at any temperature, not just at its boiling temperature of 212 F. The difference between normal evaporation and boiling is that, below... Read More »
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