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If you are currently able to access the iPad, please tap the Settings apps, and then tap "General" at the left side.
Next, tap the "Reset" option (at the bottom) on the right, and then tap "Erase All Content and Settings".
The iPad will then reset and reboot, after which the device will be restored to factory defaults.
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I see; when you try to reset the iPad this way, what exactly happens?
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When you try to reset the iPad normally, does it prompt you to log in to an Apple account, by any chance?