About Us

My name is Rick Blythe, and I am the owner and principal author of ResetGuides.com, where you find our catalog of reset instructions. ResetGuides.com has been in operation since October 2020.

Since August 2000 I have enjoyed building websites as a side hustle to my daytime job working at several large software companies including VMware, Sybase, and Powersoft.

My last job before I retired was:

Program Manager, Online Systems

Managed all Technical Support online services related to self-help. This included:

  • Webmaster for the online Knowledgebase (30,000 documents) kb.vmware.com
  • SEO for the Knowledgebase
  • Owner of all online technical support forums in technical aspects
  • Pioneered VMware’s social support infrastructure (social media channels)
  • Provided analytics and insights. Tracked asset performance.
  • Tracked social media temperature, handled priority escalations with senior management, and liaised with the public on social channels.

This experience has come in very handy in creating this website.

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If you’re like me, you own a large number of modern devices in your home that, from time to time, will go on the fritz. And what do we do first when something goes on the fritz? We reset it! That’s where this website comes in. We bring you the most popularly searched instructions to reset some devices. When at all possible, I include a video demonstrating the process to help you reset your password or device.

Another closely related topic here is password resets. How many times have you forgotten a password to something and you need to reset it to the factory default? Again – we strive to answer all of your password reset questions at ResetGuides.com

Reset instructions, also known as reset guides or reset procedures, are step-by-step instructions for restoring a device to its factory default settings. These instructions can be used to reset a wide range of devices, including computers, smartphones, tablets, and other electronic devices. Resetting a device can be useful if it is not functioning properly, or if you want to restore it to its original state.

Reset instructions typically involve a series of steps that must be followed in order to successfully reset the device. These steps may include powering off the device, pressing certain buttons or combinations of buttons, entering a specific sequence of numbers or letters, or accessing the device’s settings menu. The exact steps will vary depending on the type of device and the specific model, so it is important to consult the manufacturer’s instructions or a reset guide for the specific device you are trying to reset.

Instructions are verified with the original manufacturers.

Site owner: Rick Blythe
Site owner: Rick Blythe
Ancaster, Ontario L9G 3Z4

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