Failed factory reset on new computer
I have three new computers in my ward's family history center that I tried to set up last week and had to abandon the setup when the center's unit number and email address were not accepted.
When I started two this week, they apparently picked up where they left off and mostly completed the setup. The third did not.
Since I could not find any instructions how to restart the process, I decided to run a factory reset as explained in the one page instruction sheet that came with the computer - Left mouse click, click restart, click troubleshoot, click reset.
The reset dialog did not match the description on the instruction sheet. There were two options, essentially erase all user data and reset and save user data and reset.
I clicked clear all user data and reset since I wanted to do over entirely.
That apparently got me into some Microsoft installer that was not the setup program that ran when I first turned on the computer. The installer asked me about keyboards and language, then after a bit went into an automated network setup step and then ashed me for either a personal Microsoft account or an orgainzation account. I have no idea what the organizational account is, and probably don't want to know. I also had no intent to set up a personal email account.
The installer would not proceed unless I picked one or the other, so the install is stuck. Power off and on just repeats the process.
What do I need to do to get the FHC installer script to run?