Can I say "rewind" instead of "reset"?
Answer from a Native speaker
Yes, you can say "rewind" instead of "reset" in this situation. However, these words usually are not interchangeable. The word "reset" can be used towards electronics. If you "reset" your computer, you turn it off and back on again to get it working correctly. It also can mean to change the details of something. Ex: Can we rewind to when we were children? Things were easier then. Ex: He needs to reset his computer. Ex: Could you rewind the tape for me? Ex: You should reset your passwords every few months.