How do you restart your computer so that everything you did and changed erases?
You're going to have to go back to a "Restore Point". Pick one long enough ago that will undo whatever you've done. Go to your computer's HELP section and it should help you get through it.
When the computer service bureau destroys or erases records should the erasure be verified by the bureau to the physician?
When computer service bureau destroys or erases records should the erasure be verified by the bureau to the physician?
What should you do if your computer erases all your files including my computer and computers own data?
The only certain way to eliminate all computer viruses is to initialize the hard drive (this erases everything on it) and then re-install the operating system and all of the application programs from their original disks. After this, you must immediately go online and install all operating system updates (patches, service packs)
Theoretically - it erases all the data on the disc - However... On a floppy disk, there is a 'reference track' which holds details of each file on the disc (name, start point, size and end point) When you format a disc - the computer ONLY erases the details on this track. Without the reference track information, there is no way for the computer to locate a file.
if you want to delete whilst memory card is in the camera, each camera is different - either dheck your users manual or ask about a specific camera or at least the brand and type of camera if you have a drive for the card on your computer you can delete by opening the drive from "my computer" and deleting from there - you can also try reformating the disc in the camera which normally…
No, simply rebooting your computer (turning it off, then on again) does not erase all the data on the computer. However, you can lose unsaved data on files that you are currently working on if you don't save. Reformatting (reinstalling your operating system) will erase all the data on your computer and set it back to its default settings.