In this video we look at how you can use the recovery media on a USB flash drive to reinstall Chrome OS back on to a Chromebook or Chrome OS device.
Please note that all data stored on the Chromebook is removed when you reinstall Chrome OS, and your Chromebook is returned to factory defaults.
This means that you can also use the recovery media to return a Chromebook back to its factory default state. This could be useful if you plan to sell, give away or decommission the Chromebook.
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