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students:2015_factory_image [2015/04/29 10:52]
abrashear Reconverted from DOCX guide.
students:2015_factory_image [2015/06/02 07:28] (current)
abrashear Added some clarification in the BIOS settings reset.
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-====== ​Introduction ​======+====== ​Restoring the Factory Image on Your La Salle High School Elitebook 2740p Tablet ​======
  
 Now that you are leaving La Salle High School, you may re-image your tablet in order to remove all La Salle High School restrictions and software. Doing so will delete all data on your tablet, so make sure your data is backed up. Note that if you are using File History in Windows 8.1 to back up your data, you will not be able to recover this data once you have restored Windows 7. Create a backup using some other method before following the steps in this guide. Now that you are leaving La Salle High School, you may re-image your tablet in order to remove all La Salle High School restrictions and software. Doing so will delete all data on your tablet, so make sure your data is backed up. Note that if you are using File History in Windows 8.1 to back up your data, you will not be able to recover this data once you have restored Windows 7. Create a backup using some other method before following the steps in this guide.
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   - Click **Save Changes and Exit**.   - Click **Save Changes and Exit**.
   - At the **Save Changes and Exit** screen, click **Yes**. The computer will reboot.   - At the **Save Changes and Exit** screen, click **Yes**. The computer will reboot.
-  - After the HP logo, you will see a dialog prompting you to “Clear the TPM”. Press **F1** on the keyboard to perform this action. The computer will reboot. +  - After the HP logo, you may see a dialog prompting you to “Clear the TPM”. Press **F1** on the keyboard to perform this action. The computer will reboot. If you do not see this prompt, continue to the next step
-  - After the HP logo, you will see a dialog prompting you to “Reset Fingerprint Sensor to Factory Settings.” Press **F1** on the keyboard to perform this action. The computer will reboot. +  - After the HP logo, you may see a dialog prompting you to “Reset Fingerprint Sensor to Factory Settings.” Press **F1** on the keyboard to perform this action. The computer will reboot. If you do not see this prompt, continue to the next step
-  - Shut down the computer. +  - Shut down the computer. You may be presented with a blue BitLocker recovery screen. If this happens, hold down the power button until the tablet powers off.
-    - You may be presented with a BitLocker recovery screen. If this happens, hold down the power button until the tablet powers off.+
   - The BIOS has now been restored to factory settings and is ready to be re-imaged.   - The BIOS has now been restored to factory settings and is ready to be re-imaged.
  
students/2015_factory_image.1430319143.txt.gz · Last modified: 2015/04/29 10:52 by abrashear