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-[Placeholder]+====== Restoring the Factory Image on Your La Salle High School Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga ====== 
 +Restoring the factory image will remove all restrictions,​ software, and data on your tablet. Back up your data before proceeding. The process requires two general steps, in this order: 
 +  - Restore the BIOS to factory defaults. 
 +  - Restore the operating system. 
 +===== What You Will Need ===== 
 +  - Your recovery media issued by La Salle High School. 
 +  - Your laptop computer and charger. 
 +  - About 30 minutes. 
 +====== Restore the BIOS to Factory Defaults ====== 
 +In order to boot your recovery media, you need to reset the BIOS settings to factory default. 
 +  - Start with the computer powered on and plugged-in to your charger. 
 +  - Restart the computer by clicking **Restart** in the Start menu. 
 +  - As the computer reboots, repeatedly tap the **F1** key near the top left of the keyboard until you see the //Entering Setup// message. 
 +  - At the BIOS lock screen, type the password **ln14frosh** and press **ENTER**. 
 +  - Use the left/right arrow keys to navigate to the **Restart** screen. 
 +  - Use the up/down arrow keys to highlight **OS Optimized Defaults**. 
 +  - Press **ENTER** and use the arrow keys to select **Enabled**. Press **ENTER**. 
 +  - Highlight **Load Setup Defaults** and press **ENTER**. 
 +  - Select **Yes** and press **ENTER**. 
 +  - Use the left/right arrow keys to navigate to the **Security** screen. 
 +  - Highlight **Password** and press **ENTER**. 
 +  - Highlight **Supervisor Password** and press **ENTER**. 
 +  - Enter the current password, **ln14frosh** and press **ENTER**. 
 +  - Enter a new password or leave it blank. Press **ENTER**. 
 +    * If you set a password and forget it, there is no way to reset it. 
 +  - Repeat the new password or leave it blank. Press **ENTER**. 
 +  - Press **ENTER** to continue. 
 +  - Press the **ESC** key at the top left of the keyboard. 
 +  - Highlight the **Security Chip** option and press **ENTER**. 
 +  - If the **Clear Security Chip** option is present, highlight it and press **ENTER**. 
 +    - At the //Clear encryption keys// dialog, select **Yes** and press **ENTER**. 
 +  - Press the **ESC** key. 
 +  - Press the **ESC** key again. 
 +  - Highlight **Exit Saving Changes** and press **ENTER.** 
 +  - Highlight **Yes** and press **ENTER**. 
 +  - When the system boots into BitLocker recovery, hold the power button down for five seconds to power it off. 
 +====== Restore the Operating System ====== 
 +  - Start with the computer powered off and plugged-in to your charger. 
 +  - Unplug all storage devices (flash drives, SD cards, etc.) from the computer. 
 +  - Insert your recovery media into the USB port on the computer. 
 +  - Turn on the computer and repeatedly tap the **F12** key until you see the //Entering Boot Menu// message. 
 +    * If your computer boots into Windows, you may need to restart from the Start Screen before you can access the boot menu. 
 +  - At the boot menu, use the arrow keys to select the **USB HDD** option and press **ENTER**. 
 +    * If your arrow keys do not work. Power off the system by holding the power button and start again. 
 +  - At the Clonezilla screen, press ENTER to begin the restoration process. 
 +  - Wait while the machine is re-imaged. This can take up to 30 minutes. 
 +  - When the imaging process is complete, you will be prompted to remove your recovery media. Remove the USB drive then hit ENTER and the machine will shutdown. 
 +  - Turn the computer back on. Wait until you see the //Region and language// screen. 
 +  - Continue through the setup screens answering the prompts. When you arrive at the desktop, you've successfully restored your computer. 
students/2018_factory_image.txt · Last modified: 2018/03/27 09:52 by abrashear