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abrashear Created from pandoc source.
students:2017_factory_image [2017/05/25 13:49]
abrashear [Overview] Add note about wireless drivers
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 The order of these steps is important. If you do not restore your BIOS to factory defaults, you will not be able to restore your operating system; if you do not restore the operating system, you cannot configure it! The order of these steps is important. If you do not restore your BIOS to factory defaults, you will not be able to restore your operating system; if you do not restore the operating system, you cannot configure it!
  
 +==== Wireless Driver ====
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 +Some seniors have reported issues with wireless not working on their laptop'​s factory image. To fix the issue, you need to update your wireless driver. Follow these steps:
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 +  - Before you restore your computer, download [[https://​drive.google.com/​file/​d/​0B6ul081eya-YUEpydXl0WURWeVU|Intel Wireless Drivers 19.60.0 as a ZIP file]] (click the download arrow near the top right). Store it on your restore flash drive or on your SD card.
 +  - After restoring your factory image, extract the ZIP file to a folder.
 +  - In the extracted folder, run dpinst64 and click through to update the drivers.
 +  - When installation is complete, restart your computer.
 ===== What You Will Need ===== ===== What You Will Need =====
  
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   - When the computer boots, it will go through a series of processes to prepare Windows. It may reboot on its own during this setup process.   - When the computer boots, it will go through a series of processes to prepare Windows. It may reboot on its own during this setup process.
   - When Windows is ready, follow the on-screen instructions to set up your computer.   - When Windows is ready, follow the on-screen instructions to set up your computer.
-  - At the //Region and Language// screen, set the Time zone to **(UTC -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)**. Click **Next**. 
-  - Read through the //License Terms// screen click **I accept**. 
-  - At the //​Personalize//​ screen, select a color scheme and enter a name for the computer. Click **Next**. 
-    * You can name your computer anything you want! The core idea is that it should be //​somewhat//​ unique. 
-  - Next you may choose to connect to a nearby wireless network. If you do not have a network nearby, click **Skip skip this step**, otherwise click on the network you want to connect to. 
-  - At the //​Settings//​ screen, click **Use express settings** unless you wish to customize your PC settings. 
-  - If you have a Microsoft account, sign in now. Otherwise click **Create a new account**. 
-    - If you click //Create a new account// you may now create a new Microsoft account. If you do not want to use a Microsoft account on this computer, click **Sign in without a Microsoft account**. 
-    - If you choose to sign in without a Microsoft account, enter a username and password you will use on the computer then click **Finish**. 
   - Wait while you are logged-in to the system for the first time.   - Wait while you are logged-in to the system for the first time.
-  - When you have finished setting up Windows and arrive at the Start screen, restart the computer following these steps: 
-    - Hold down the Windows logo key and press **C**. 
-    - Click on **Settings**,​ then **Power**. 
-    - Click **Restart**. 
-  - As the computer reboots, hold down the **F1** key near the top left of the keyboard until the system beeps and you see the //Entering Setup// message. 
-    * If you changed your BIOS password, type it now. Press **ENTER** when done. 
-  - Using the left/right arrow keys, navigate to the **Security** screen. 
-  - Using the up/down arrow keys, select **Secure Boot** and press **ENTER**. 
-  - At the //Secure Boot// screen, highlight the **Secure Boot** option and press **ENTER**. 
-  - Use the up/down arrow keys to select **Enabled** and press **ENTER**. 
-  - Press the **F10** key. 
-  - With **Yes** highlighted,​ press **ENTER**. 
-  - Your computer will restart. 
   - Congratulations,​ your computer is ready to use!   - Congratulations,​ your computer is ready to use!
  
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