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Old 07-31-2011, 06:00 PM   #1
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Default Factory restore laptop with broken screen?

I have a HP G60 laptop that has a broken screen. I have been using it with an external monitor. I would like to Restore it to "factory" condition. When I start HP recovery it goes to the built in monitor. Is there any way to get HP recovery to work on an external monitor. The notebook is running Windows Vista,

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You could possible look in the laptop's CMOS settings. Usually there's an option whether to use the internal or external monitor or both.
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