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I'm guessing if you read the underside of your laptop you should find a Windows 7 OEM key. This will work with a Windows 7 OEM disk that matches the version, perhaps you know someone that has a Windows 7 OEM disk that matches the version of windows listed on the sticker? As for default manufacture settings, they will be stored in the partition, you can't ...
I have always had great success torrenting the media and then reinstalling with the product key stuck to the bottom of the laptop. Alternatively, clean copies of Windows can be found here: How can I reinstall Windows 7 if I lost my installation DVD?
If you've mangled an install by hand-deleting things, then run an uninstaller, the uninstaller probably failed to do anything. Windows will generally notice that the program directory containing the uninstaller is missing and simply remove the program entries from the installed programs list in the registry. This doesn't remove anything else the program ...
Take a look at the Revo Uninstaller. When uninstalling a program, it attempts to detect files and registry entries that were left behind, and provides you an opportunity to remove them. If you're about to install a program, you can turn on its tracker mode, which will track the installation and allow it to do a more thorough job. That said, you should ...
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