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I have a Dell Latitude E6330 with Core i5 and Windows 10. I have tried pressing the F8 button repeatedly until the Advanced Boot Settings appear, but it did not work. What should I do now?

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You can easily do Factory Reset for Windows 10

1.Open Settings. Click the Start Menu and select the gear icon in the lower-left to open up the Settings window.

2. Choose Recovery Options. Click the Recovery tab and select Get started under Reset this PC.

3. Save or Remove Files. At this point, you have two options.

4. Reset Your Computer.

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Hi,

Have you tried to access advance boot from Windows 10 Settings?

Click Start -> Settings -> Update & Security -> Recovery, and click Restart now button under Advanced startup to access Advanced Startup Options window.