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By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation Discussion Boards Open Menu Discussion Boards Open Menu Welcome to the Forum! I am currently running Windows 7. That started HP's Recovery program and it is working as I type this. My Win7 Pro has a recovery partition and so should yours. check over here

backup your data first 0 LVL 92 Overall: Level 92 Windows Vista 24 Microsoft Hardware 11 Message Active today Author Comment by:nobus ID: 380258612012-05-30 yes - i know about the I have been using it just for email and search engines. Instead, wait for the drive to read the disc and it it'll automatically continue the recovery. I REALLY need some help on this one, because the HP support person was not much help beside telling me to take it to a service location.

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It is prompting me for a 60 day trial of office editions 2003, which I do have the key for. Any suggestions? Bonnieclark, Nov 17, 2014 #1 Sponsor Amd_Man Joined: Oct 17, 2012 Messages: 605 Have you done a disk cleanup. I was sent 63NAemMPA1.

  • At the time I was researching the HPCD.sys file and how to make more than one copy of Recovery Disks. 7zip may also work since it works like WinRAR on ISO,
  • The most common way is due to a clean, aka "custom", install of Windows, which wrecks the custom partitioning HP does for their recovery partition to boot correctly.
  • One is your network adapter.

This file will be located on our recovery partition and in the Program Data folder as follows: c:\ProgramData\Hewlett-Packard\Recovery\hpdrcu.prc d:\hpdrcu.prc After deleting these files using WinRAR I can now make I wish computers shipped with both a Windows disk and a driver and applications disk. Web searches gave me a clue to try other keys. With that said, Windows 7 is better than Vista, so I doubt you'll be going back. Mike Dave, My sister has a HP M7360n pc and it continauly reboots

it is becoming a strange problem so -what next? 0 LVL 20 Overall: Level 20 Windows Vista 4 Microsoft Hardware 2 Message Active today Expert Comment by:marsilies ID: 380887962012-06-15 Could Hp_tools Partition Note that I'd try option 1 first before attempting any of the other solutions. 0 LVL 92 Overall: Level 92 Windows Vista 24 Microsoft Hardware 11 Message Active today Author It does it multiple times and it just wont recover. Reply 0 0 Everyone's Tags: Microsoft Windows 7 (64…pavilion g6 1170 ev View All (2) dimitrios93 Honor Student Posts: 2 Member Since: ‎10-03-2016 Message 3 of 3 (117 Views) Report Inappropriate

I just couldn't find it when I googled it and searched on various MS web sites. Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Data will be\n erased if the external drive is left in the system. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the

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Hi Frank Hope I did this right. You are running out of disk space on HP tools (e). Hp Tools Download DRTigerlilly, Jul 20, 2010 #2 Lehto Scribbler - Standard Member Messages: 128 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 31 The recovery sections seem to be hidden partitions. Hp Recovery Disk Is there a way, perhaps, with the key that I have on the bottom of the computer, to get a clean copy?

Not the answer you're looking for? check my blog WIN RE partitions use the NTFS file system. Learn How to Post and More  Community News  Best of the Community Blog  Notebooks Notebook Operating System and Recovery  Notebook Boot and Lockup  Notebook Wireless and Networking  Notebook Audio  Notebook Video, Do I have to disconnect the hard drive when trying to boot it up from USB? –Damian Nov 10 '12 at 23:21 Thank you so much!

SAME RESULT - no USBs (except optical mouse). I dont think I did that! WE're moving to a new location. this content WHen I tried to contact HP Support (via chat), all I was told is "HP does not recommend deleting the recovery partition" and "HP will only support the originally installed OS".

How to Upload and Post a Screenshot and File in Seven Forums My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number * BFK Customs * OS W 7 64-bit Ultimate CPU Intel Q9550 Yorkfield Following the directions the system told me that the Recovery disks did not support my model! (Excuse me? Is there any where I can find a recovery disk that fixes the monitor display/video for this computer?

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Perhaps there is a similar thing for modding the BCD file of Vista and Win 7. 0 LVL 92 Overall: Level 92 Windows Vista 24 Microsoft Hardware 11 Message Active So, I am still pretty much at square 1. Note that online activation won't work, but you'll be able to activate Windows over the phone after doing the re-install. After a couple of reboots I went to bed and it is now the morning and the computer is still rebooting over and over.

I spoke with Rajesh. I was told to get the recovery CDs for my computer and that all I had to do was put them in and turn my computer on. Click here to see if you can free space on this drive." When I go to control panel>Backup and restore>Backup and click on either Manage space or Change settings, nothing happens. have a peek at these guys Dave It certainly shouldn't take that long.

Following the directions, I tried to use my recovery disks only to find that a. Hard drive have a lifespan of around five years or less…I would recommend downloading and burning a CD called Ultimate Boot Disk. Would you both be kind enough to double check that your computer was indeed shipped with a recovery partition (labeled "D" and using about 15 GB) or perhaps you were mistakenly Again, would really prefer if there was another way to recover the computer to the as-shipped status.

Try making the recovery discs. For the fix-it-yourselfers, this should fix you right up. Once I get the system disks I ordered from HP (does anyone know another way of getting a legal copy of W7 Pro? Learn more LVL 44 Overall: Level 44 Windows Vista 16 Microsoft Hardware 2 Message Active today Expert Comment by:Jackie Man ID: 380266612012-05-30 Model no? 0 LVL 44 Overall: Level

Attempted to get to the recovery screen, which required numerous attempts - literally about an hour of retries. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. We had to replace a hard drive and have recovery disks we purchased from HP (couldn't find the ones we made anywhere). . . I also ran across an article that involved modding the boot.ini of XP to force the compter into booting from the Recovery partition and calling up the Recovery process when pressing

Partition Magic / Gnome Partition etc.? TerryNet, Nov 21, 2014 #15 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. How can I recover those files? You can also go to run and type %temp% and when that folder opens, select all and delete.

Add Cancel × Insert code Language Apache AppleScript Awk BASH Batchfile C C++ C# CSS ERB HTML Java JavaScript Lua ObjectiveC PHP Perl Text Powershell Python R Ruby Sass Scala SQL I'd look in the Program Files folder for an HP Restore Program. I'd like to see the entire contents of the image file. Hi TerryNet This computer seems to want to save a backup every week to "restore" if it has to.

Turns out that, using it will make the recovery partition reappear (but I don't know whether it will make HP_TOOLS reappear, because I use recovery discs BEFORE I delete HP_TOOLS).after you