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I need help when it comes to factory reseting

Coodan
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Is there a way to delete all of the applications and downloads, but not the drivers? i dont want to have to reinstall the drivers. Im pretty sure i would have to if i factory reset. Also to throw this out there i bought a pre made PC then upgraded everything except the hard driver and psu.

Pc

CPU: Intel i7-8700k

GPU: GTX 1070 Superclocked

Motherboard: MSI Z370 Gaming Plus

RAM: 16Gb Corsair Vengence DDR4 

Cooler: Corsair h60 liquid cooler

HDD: 1TB

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1 minute ago, Coodan said:

Is there a way to delete all of the applications and downloads, but not the drivers? i dont want to have to reinstall the drivers. Im pretty sure i would have to if i factory reset. Also to throw this out there i bought a pre made PC then upgraded everything except the hard driver and psu.

Which OS are you running if it is windows 10,then you dont have to worry about Drivers(it'll save them).Go to settings->search for reset on above search bar->you'll find reset button->and reset.Done,you dont have to worry about drivers.

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@akialwayz i have windows 10 but as i said i upgraded all of the parts of the prebuilt pc. so is this still true? it wont delete them even if i have upgraded the cpu and motherboard?

 

Pc

CPU: Intel i7-8700k

GPU: GTX 1070 Superclocked

Motherboard: MSI Z370 Gaming Plus

RAM: 16Gb Corsair Vengence DDR4 

Cooler: Corsair h60 liquid cooler

HDD: 1TB

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54 minutes ago, Coodan said:

@akialwayz i have windows 10 but as i said i upgraded all of the parts of the prebuilt pc. so is this still true? it wont delete them even if i have upgraded the cpu and motherboard?

 

yes no problem.go ahead and reset

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@akialwayzI looked it up and it said I will have to reinstall all of my drivers again. is this true? because I really don't want to go through the hassle.

Pc

CPU: Intel i7-8700k

GPU: GTX 1070 Superclocked

Motherboard: MSI Z370 Gaming Plus

RAM: 16Gb Corsair Vengence DDR4 

Cooler: Corsair h60 liquid cooler

HDD: 1TB

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@akialwayz if i do this will the drivers from my old pc parts be reinstalled?

Pc

CPU: Intel i7-8700k

GPU: GTX 1070 Superclocked

Motherboard: MSI Z370 Gaming Plus

RAM: 16Gb Corsair Vengence DDR4 

Cooler: Corsair h60 liquid cooler

HDD: 1TB

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27 minutes ago, Coodan said:

@akialwayz if i do this will the drivers from my old pc parts be reinstalled?

only graphics drivers you have to manually download(i have nvidia card so nvidia driver) rest no need windows will do it on its own.trust me buddy,I reset my pc every time after new windows 10 major updates.I only download gpu driver.

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@akialwayz ok, but remember my pc had a different motherboard cpu ram and gpu when i bought it, so i dont know if previous drivers will be installed. sorry if i am being annoying i just don't want to ruin anything. also my pc came with windows 8, but i upgraded to windows 10.

 

Pc

CPU: Intel i7-8700k

GPU: GTX 1070 Superclocked

Motherboard: MSI Z370 Gaming Plus

RAM: 16Gb Corsair Vengence DDR4 

Cooler: Corsair h60 liquid cooler

HDD: 1TB

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10 hours ago, Coodan said:

@akialwayz ok, but remember my pc had a different motherboard cpu ram and gpu when i bought it, so i dont know if previous drivers will be installed. sorry if i am being annoying i just don't want to ruin anything. also my pc came with windows 8, but i upgraded to windows 10.

 

Its ok mate dont worry.Its gonna work fine.

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