Recently after restarting my pc it booted into Hp Recovery Manager. After trying the boot repair it worked fine, but after restarting again it did the same thing. Trying the recovery option it failed, so I tried a different recover date and the same thing happened.... Then all of the sudden it booted up as normal. Trying different bios settings and boot disk nothing seems to work. Am I infected? Please help. Thank you.
Windows 7 x64
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Lets try a scan and a hard drive test.Please read and reread this in detail before you start, if you have any questions please ask!!Please click the DOWNLOAD link on this Page, under the pic of a HDDSave it to and unzip it to your desktopOpen the app and select your drive under "Drive#"Click the little drive above the top information boxPick "Extended Test" and then startThis test will take a while with larger drivesNOTE: DO NOT select Write Zeros in the last box or you WILL lose all of your data!! Please be careful and double check what you pick!!!!Next, if the drive passes,DownloadESET online scannerInstall itClick on START, it should download the virus definitionsWhen scan completes, click on LIST of found threatsExport the list to desktop, copy the contents of the text file in your replyYou may not get a listing if nothing is foundLet me know how things go.http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/473617/pc-boots-into-recovery-manager/
Hello, every time I startup my computer, it says "Please Wait" and proceeds to open recovery manager. I have tried the BIOS, and tons of other options such as a hard reboot, and I have checked on countless forums. Please help. I am running windows 10.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/Windows-10-Boots-to-Recovery-Manager/td-p/5798084
Have gateway laptop running xp today i replace the cd dvd rom because old one went bad tried to recover system from restore disk the RM starts then gives me option to press the to xp Boots Recovery strait manager R key to recover then i chose reformat and take back to factory settings it then formats erasing my orginal OS the recover failed and now each time i turn on my laptop it boots strait to recovery method and of course it fails each time even when i put in my retail xp home disk it boots from cd rom press any key to boot from cd then instead of going to the windows xp setup it goes back to RM then fails I don t see how the harddrive could go out considering the harddrive worked fine until i replaced the Rom made sure the bios was set up to boot from xp Boots strait to Recovery manager cd first I hope this makes sence to someone lol Does anyone have any ideas nbsp
So a while ago my Manager can't HP Why Up Offi... Open save Recovery Manager/Back automatic updates told me I should upgrade to Windows on my Windows Why can't HP Recovery Manager/Back Up Manager save Open Offi... computer I did I've used it find for a while and then suddenly Why can't HP Recovery Manager/Back Up Manager save Open Offi... it started repairing itself and I got one of those bsod that eventually lead me to a nbsp pick a keyboard set up It of course made it so that I couldn't use any ports keyboards or mice no matter which I used After some reading I was told to go back to factory settings but before I did that I used the backup manager that HP offers I selected music videos and documents actually I think I selected all of the available options Anyhow once my computer was finished backing itself up onto my external harddrive with the HP program I reset the computer back to factory settings Upon opening the recovery manager and searching through my recovered files i have everything except my Open Office Files Is there a reason why this happened Did I do something wrong Does anyone know why it wouldn't have accepted those as documents to back up I'm extremely frustrated as I am a writer a poor one obviously since I have to use a free program instead of Microsoft Office and everything I was working on is simply gone with no explanation nbsp nbsp Can anyone help me understand Possibly even help me find the files if they are somewhere not quite so obvioushttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/Why-can-t-HP-Recovery-Manager-Back-Up-Manager-save-Open/td-p/5850885
guys I need help with a problem , my grandpa's pc stopped working so I reinstalled windows on it I did it on my on pc and it worked fine but on his pc it didn't work then I putted it back on my pc and looked at the boot options an saw that if I told the pc to boot in the hd I'd wouldn't work unless it was on wbm but my grandpa's pc is older and doesn't have wbm do you know how I can solve this issue?
(Sorry if I wrote something wrong English is a foreign language for me )
I forgot to mentions my specs
Msi gaming 7
Core i7 4790k
8 gig ddr3 kingston 1866 MHz
Gtx 970 gigabyte windforce
Asus p5kpl - 1600
Random 4 gig 2x2 kit
Core 2 quad
The hd in question is a brand new wd blue
I will try to be as precise as possible and give as much info as I can but I'm not sure what info is inconsequential and what HP HP manager recovery get inability Recovery Pavilion to error and past isn't at HP Pavilion Recovery error and inability to get past HP recovery manager this point But here goes For weeks I have tried to outsmart whoever it is that has had complete remote access to my laptop but changing as many admin permissions and incoming outgoing connections that I could find to keep them out A couple of days ago I did a system HP Pavilion Recovery error and inability to get past HP recovery manager restore to factory settings thinking this would do it It didn't he was still there He locked me out of all admin tools yesterday I have a system recovery disc made about a year ago and put that in my CD drive tonight thinking I could completely reformat the drive and wipe him out However at start-up I pushed F and came up with a screen that said something about HP Pavilion Recovery error and inability to get past HP recovery manager running the disc from E drive I apologize for not be able to give you specific language but I never thought it would get this far with no progress However under the line showing the drive it was booting from there was another line that started quot DETECTHAL REDIRECT quot then went on to say something about quot redirect name quot and redirect path quot none of which sounded legit to me And considering that this intruder had created so many other fake error info msgs already I didn't want to take the chance of this being something else that he had stuck in there I backed out of that reboot and restarted I've subequently tried to restart over a dozen times from the CD but even in Safe Mode it reverts to the HP Recovery Manager Once there I go through the prompts to reformat but then get an error msg that says error x a If the problem persists contact HP quot I can't get past this error nor can I get any type of command promt to come up I tried starting in safe mode with command prompt and it reverted back to the recovery manager Once the error comes up and I click OK to close it my laptop restarts and I continue in the same endless cycle If I try to boot up without the recovery disc in the CD drive I get a black screen that says quot Operating system not found quot I am assuming then that my Windows Vista system recovery disc is not working although if I put it into another computer I can see the files on it and there doesn't seem to be anything wrong I have a backup disc that I made a couple of years ago when I had Norton installed but have not tried them Should I Also a friend suggested that I use the recovery discs for my PC with Windows just to get an operating system loaded if it will load automatically from the CD then go in and try to access the Vista recovery CD I wish there was a quick fix to all of this as its been a very long weeks trying to get this guy out of my laptop and frustrating because I've been so incredibly unsuccessful I know you ask for detailed system information but I'm not sure what more I can tell you Please let me know what you need and I will do my very best to answer Any help with this issue would be so so appreciated - beyond words at this point So thank you to whoever can help
It sounds to me like you have malware. I suggest running malwarebytes.http://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/296083-hp-pavilion-recovery-error-inability-get-past-hp-recovery-manager.html
Hi My laptop is running very slow since past months especially when using IE The boot up takes at least minutes and many standard applications seem to be behaving abnormally e g The Task Manager is disabled when right-clicking on the task bar When using IE many popups keep bugging me I have attached the quot Boots missing and task very slow up manager ActiveScan Boots up very slow and missing task manager txt quot from online PandaScan and quot extra txt quot with the posting Here's the quot main txt quot after Boots up very slow and missing task manager DSS run - Deckard's System Scanner v Run by Animesh on - - Computer is in Normal Mode -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -- System Restore -------------------------------------------------------------- Successfully created a Deckard's System Scanner Restore Point -- Last Restore Point s -- - - UTC - RP - Deckard's System Scanner Restore Point Boots up very slow and missing task manager - - UTC - RP - Software Distribution Service - - UTC - RP - Software Distribution Service - - UTC - RP - Software Distribution Service - - UTC - RP - Software Distribution Service -- First Restore Point -- - - UTC - RP - Software Distribution Service Backed up registry hives Performed disk cleanup Total Physical Memory MiB MiB recommended System Drive C has GiB less than free -- HijackThis run as Animesh exe --------------------------------------------- Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v Scan saved at PM on Platform Windows XP SP WinNT MSIE Internet Explorer v Boot mode Normal Running processes C WINDOWS System smss exe C WINDOWS system winlogon exe C WINDOWS system services exe C WINDOWS system lsass exe C WINDOWS system svchost exe C WINDOWS System svchost exe C Program Files Intel Wireless Bin EvtEng exe C Program Files Intel Wireless Bin S EvMon exe C Program Files Common Files Symantec Shared ccProxy exe C Program Files Common Files Symantec Shared ccSetMgr exe C Program Files Norton Internet Security ISSVC exe C Program Files Common Files Symantec Shared SNDSrvc exe C Program Files Common Files Symantec Shared SPBBC SPBBCSvc exe C Program Files Common Files Symantec Shared ccEvtMgr exe C Program Files Lavasoft Ad-Aware aawservice exe C WINDOWS system spoolsv exe C Program Files Symantec LiveUpdate ALUSchedulerSvc exe C Program Files Grisoft AVG Anti-Spyware guard exe C Program Files Common Files Microsoft Shared VS DEBUG MDM EXE C Program Files Microsoft SQL Server MSSQL VAIO VEDB Binn sqlservr exe C Program Files Norton Internet Security Norton AntiVirus navapsvc exe C Program Files Intel Wireless Bin RegSrvc exe C Program Files SiteAdvisor SAService exe C WINDOWS system svchost exe C Program Files Sony VAIO Event Service VESMgr exe C Program Files Common Files Sony Shared VAIO Entertainment Platform VCSW VCSW exe C Program Files Common Files Sony Shared VAIO Entertainment Platform VzCdb VzCdbSvc exe C Program Files Common Files Sony Shared VAIO Entertainment Platform VzCdb VzFw exe C Program Files Common Files Sony Shared VAIO Entertainment VzRs VzRs exe C WINDOWS Explorer EXE C Program Files Apoint Apoint exe C Program Files Sony VAIO Power Management SPMgr exe C Program Files Sony ISB Utility ISBMgr exe C Program Files Sony VAIO Update VAIOUpdt exe C WINDOWS RTHDCPL EXE C WINDOWS system hkcmd exe C Program Files Sony VAIO Zone Remote Commander AvRmtCtr exe C Program Files Common Files Symantec Shared ccApp exe C Program Files iTunes iTunesHelper exe C Program Files Java jre bin jusched exe C Program Files Grisoft AVG Anti-Spyware avgas exe C Program Files Apoint Apntex exe C Program Files iPod bin iPodService exe C Program Files LogMeIn x LogMeInSystray exe C Program Files SiteAdvisor SiteAdv exe C Program Files eFax Messenger J GDllCmd exe C Program Files Messenger msmsgs exe C WINDOWS system ctfmon exe C Program Files LogMeIn x LMIGuardian exe C Program Files Google GoogleToolbarNotifier GoogleToolbarNotifier exe C WINDOWS System svchost... Read more
My laptop has windows 2000 professional on it. Recently I installed PowerPoint 2.0 on it, rebooted the computer and it booted to the program manager instead of the start menu and desktop. I have tried everything I know. Help.
Let us know if it fixes the problem.
hi there this is my first post hope to have a nice stay here i have a sony vaio fw j boots vista recovery laptop it came pre-loaded with vista home premium on a gb disk and a vaio recovery partition recently i installed a linux os but since there was only partition i had to seperate vista boots recovery this i searched the net on this cuz i didnt want to format and lose my files which i have in vista i couldnt find anything which would explain things to me so i went ahead and tried to install it on a usb stick vista boots recovery instead after the install though i vista boots recovery noticed that my mbr was messed i could only boot if i had that USB stick pluged in so then i though well might aswell try to install it on my hdd see what happens i was really surprised that my files were untouched all i had to do was to repair the vista os and everything was up and running when i start my laptop first the GRUB loader appears looking like this Ubuntu ununtu recovery memtest vista longhorn loader vista longhorn loader when i booted it started the vaio recovery and would boot in vista loader where i have these options ubuntu which is installed inside vista ramdisk some sort of repair boot vista main os earlier windows this never worked never needed it to everything worked fine untill today when i power my laptop on vista wouldnt boot i tried the ramdisk i got the same error strange enough ubuntu WOULD load and the vaio recovery wouldnt work anymore so i acquired a vista recovery cd and try to repair the boot and repaired both vista loaders now main os starts but when i choose viao recovery option vista loads up normally as if i chose main os with files and drives everything in there place BUT when i go to computer i can see the recovery disk mounted and i can use it just like a regular disk and i cant use the vaio recovery anymore can any help me figure this out to make recovery work again thanx in advanced Cihan nbsp
ok so i attempted to do a sys restore after the issue that i had yesterday but the OS is so new that there were no system restore points when it boots it flashes a message very screen boots to recovery fast and then proceeds to boot into sys recovery yesterday i had fixed the issue with a few simple dos commands from recovery console after it told me that i wasnt the admin and i used a boots to recovery screen boot disk to bypass that now after leaving my computer off all night and starting it today its doing the same thing dont know why its doing that it boots from cd now unlike before where it wouldnt even do that i have to use my boot disk every time i want to start my computer after using my boot disk and starting computer i walked away for about mins and returned to the computer it had automatically shut itself down to updates i didnt tell it to do that does it sound boots to recovery screen like a virus also the updates take boots to recovery screen a very very long time xp takes about - mins tops for updates as to vista takes my computer about an hour for is it possible for a virus to pretend to be updates i swear that the first few days i did nothing but update the system and every time i turn around its doing or more updates every few hours is there a self destruct mode i can boot into im about at the point where it would be amusing to watch this laptop explode nbsp
attempting the vista cd system repair. put the vista cd in and get the following message " caution: this hard disk may be infected by a virus! " i guess the signs are clear....
I can not boot in safe mode or normal mode. I boot to the recovery console and not sure how to get windows running when at the c\windows prompt.
Try typing "exit" in the Recovery Console and see what happens.http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/236485/xp-only-boots-to-recovery-console/
If I abandon my efforts to install the latest Windows 10 update, would it be a feasible and a good choice for me to command HP Recovery Manager to make the "Minimized Image Recovery" to the factory condition of OS (Windows 7 Home Edition) with drivers and select software? I have used HP Recovery Mgr to backup my files on an external hard drive. Next question: How do I restore those files to my computer? Should the restoration be done in Windows 7 or after I install Windows 10 on my computer?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/HP-Recovery-Manager-option-of-quot-Minimzed-Image-Recovery/td-p/5843826
I am running windows 7 on my laptop. I has windows vista before the upgrade. I had recovery discs for windows vista created from the recovery manager. I tried to make discs for windows 7. I would like to know why it won't let me make a disc for windows 7 because if I had trouble and needed to put in the recovery discs I wouldn't want to use the ones i had for windows vista. what should i do? here are screenshots to show what happens when i try to create the discs for windows 7.
HP PC Recovery Disc Creator, is for your HP Vista only, not for UpGrade of Win 7.
Backup Complete Computer - Create an Image Backup
I am on Windows 10, and for the past couple months I have had booting/BSOD errors that usually give me "bad_system_config_info" and occasionally, "0xc000021a ". Sometimes, I have been able to boot in by accessing the UEFI settings, other times it seems like it just randomly decides to let me log in to my computer normally. When I am able to login, I check for viruses and I haven't found any, as well as run commands like "sfc/scannow", "chkdsk", or "bootsect". I am trying to recreate recovery media via the HP Recovery Manager, but each time I insert the empty flashdrive, the Recovery Manager suddenly crashes. Please, any response to these combined issues would be greatly appreciated, I haven't been able to use this laptop regularly for months now.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/HP-Recovery-Manager-Crashes-when-I-try-to-make-Recovery/td-p/5757604
I have a hp pavilion g7-1219wm Notebook PC and upgraded from windows 7 home premium to the new windows 10 and the hp set up manager and hp recovery manager will not open the user account control says this app has been blocked for your protection. I do not know if my Norton 360 is blocking it or what. Windows 10 also did not load the hp wifi connection manager. My hp launch box ans hp support assistant works fine. Does anyone else have this problem?
I have a HP Pavilion g6 Notebook PC and I have experienced the same problem with HP Setup Manager after upgradingfrom Windows 7 to Windows 10. It has also de-activated my Microsoft Office 2010 and completely got rid of my Norton antivirus program. Any suggestions would be most appreciated. Thanks WinonaJShttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Software-and-How-To-Questions/HP-recovery-manager-and-hp-setup-manager-not-working-with/td-p/5176949
So here's my setup Win home premium as C drive unactivated Win recovery mode what. no matter boots to Enterprise as D drive trial For the past days I have been using Windows boots to recovery mode no matter what. Enterprise trial while waiting for my upgrade kit it is FINALLY in the mail so in anticipation I used my mom's disks to preinstall Home Premium to be activated on my key I intended to slowly transition applications and stuff onto the new OS so I would have a basic install NOW a few days ago I booted into Home in order to see what is needed to run my Apple Magic Mouse a real pita due to Windows drivers being made to only work on mac hardware and I got it to connect without installing software though scrolling doesn't work i then rebooted into Enterprise Now today I made a list of software that will be installed into Home and then attempted to boot into it only to reach a snag Immediately after starting to boot Home it starts to load the recovery mode this happens no matter which boot options i select normally this may be ok unfortunately in order to install I had to use a floppy with HDD drivers which I no longer have Recovery mode refuses to recognized that there is a drive without those drivers in other words recovery mode is worthless how do i fix my OS and yes Enterprise is still running fine
it looks like i need to reinstall
i got the drivers, but recovery mode is still not working.
i have a windows 8.1 Samsung laptop model: NP300E5C-A08SA
when I wanted to shrink my C harddisk from disk management it says only 1.9 GB allowed
I used MiniTool Partition Wizard and it shrinked the C harddisk successfully
but the problem is : when I restart or shutdown and start it again
it boots into recovery and when I Click X button I click restart now and it boots to windows 8.1 normally
this happens to me everytime
Did you defrag the partition before shrinking? My inclination would be to undo the partition operation using Partition Wizard. Defrag if everything seems back to normal, then try the shrink again. Something may have gotten pinched.
But another poster may have a better idea.
well it was working just fine a boots recovery to Solved: console min ago after flavalle helped Solved: boots to recovery console me with the lan driver issue windows was updating and almost done after it finished i decided to up the virtual memory on the paging file size to its max recommended allocation then i restarted the computer when it Solved: boots to recovery console shut down and turned back on i went into the bios to clock the processor back down to its origional clock to see if that would help the computer run smoother then it has been becuase prior to the updates and everything ive just mentioned it was a little sluggish upon boot up it says some things so fast that theres no possible way to read it unless i had a high speed frame camera it boots into recovery console and asks me which windows installation i would like to log into so i choose c windows and it asks me for the admin password i have not set one so i just hit enter and it tells me i am wrong wtf its a new installation and i did not set a password is this just a vista thing becuase ive never had it auto set a password for me on xp where did i go wrong nbsp
A week back i recieved this sleekbook notebook pc from my sister which has a dead hard drive Somehow i managed to backup the recovery partition using Macrium Reflect Then i bought a new hard drive and transfered the Recovery partition back to the the new hard drive using Macrium Reflect partition HP from recovery Does only boots Sleekbook ... the of But unfortunately it does not work F and does not work and i tried numerous ways to get this booted but all were unsucessful I tried UEFI mode and LEGACY both did not recognize the Recovery Partition nbsp I have managed to recover the Stock Hardrive of the system to a working level now my question is nbsp If i transfer the backup Recovery Image back to the original hard drive and tried to boot to the recovery mode will Does the recovery partition of HP Sleekbook only boots from ... it work Are the HP recovery managers hardcoded to the original stock hard drive nbsp I am asking this because opening the notebook again is a huge hassle If it's not going to work then there is no point I hope someone can shed a light on me in this
nofacemonster wrote:A week back i recieved this sleekbook notebook pc from my sister which has a dead hard drive. Somehow i managed to backup the "recovery" partition using "Macrium Reflect". .....................Are the HP recovery managers hardcoded to the original stock hard drive?.....Hi, No, this won't work, you have to create Recovery set, not backup. You can't create recovery set from other software. Too late now. Please order a set from HP http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/bph07143 You can then use recovery set using different HDD but it must be equal or larger (capacity) of the original HDD. Regards. Regards.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Does-the-recovery-partition-of-HP-Sleekbook-only-boots-from/td-p/5806295
I removed some spyware and recovery from Manager not Recovery Gateway the does work viruses from my father-in-laws computer It works ok for a little bit but then I will get a BSOD with the STOP x e error I do not have the peripherals that originally were installed on the system as I only took the tower to work on and have my own mouse keyboard and monitor installed Would this cause the problem At any rate I want to use the Gateway Recovery Center to do a factory system restore When I open it up and chose the factory restore option it wants me to restart my computer I chose to restart but it doesn't do the restore I have also asked it before to do a scandisk check recovery from the Gateway Recovery Manager does not work on start up but it won't do that either I have the mini dump files from the BSOD messages but I am just wondering if I should go ahead and take it back to his house and hook up the normal monitor and such and see if I get the BSOD then It doesn't seem to have any particular triggers like now I have had it on and running just fine for about minutes just trying the things that I have tried before It is running Windows Update now as it hasn't had any updates since March of this year I did a System Restore and then used Spybot S D to remove what was there whatever it had at the time would cause the computer to go to a blank white screen after about seconds on the desktop at startup I was told that it had started with some FBI pop up that was asking them to send to them to unlock their system or such Spybot caught a trojan something like fakeporn and removed it Since then the computer will start up normally but then give me te BSOD after a while It will start in safemode and run ok Guide me OMG don't judge me
This might help:http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/det...0x0000007e seems to often relate to drivers and 0x0000008e to RAM. If there is a virus still about then you could get confusing BSOD errors.Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thankshttp://www.computing.net/answers/windows-vista/recovery-from-the-gateway-recovery-manager-does-not-work/13395.html
I had deleted recovery partition because of boot mgr error. pre-installed OS: Windows 8.1 I have also ordered two sets of hp recovery disc but both shows same error (boot mgr) but yesterday I can't even open system recovery from hp recovery disc by press F11, even I try to change bios setting from secure boot to legacy boot but can't open system recovery What I do now?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/can-t-open-HP-recovery-manager-from-hp-recovery-disc/td-p/5798200
Guys I cant complete succesfully my system recovery nbsp Here is an event-by-event detail I have a DV Pavilion nbsp - I Complete fails) (Recovery Problem Recovery Manager Recovery Recovery is complete message appears Once your system restarts and you finish the inital - I restart- CMD exe window appears- Software Installation HP window appears- It restarts black window with HP Logo then Microsoft Corporation windows starting - Please wait while Windows sets up your computer Black screen - Please wait WHile Windows Continues Recovery Manager Problem (Recovery fails) setting up your computer light blue screen - Restarts again- black screen mouse pointer windows logo appears start sound Welcome Screen appears Vista Home Premium - Windows setup window Windows is now setting up the following items Pre-PININST Check Preinstall Software InstallerPre-PININST Preinstall software Installer ndPost PININSTAC Power CheckingBurnBoot Recovery Manager Problem (Recovery fails) All this with a HP on the back screen with the grey completation bar -Takes long time to complete the second task Preinstall Software Installer - Restarts Recovery Manager Problem (Recovery fails) logging off shutting down - Black screen white pointer again- Windows Welcome screen againNow when it is in the Windows is now setting up the following items - Pre-PININST An Recovery Manager window appears saying that The recovery attempt has failed Please select one of the following buttons Details or RetryWhen I hit details it appears the following - ChkErrBB CMD Detect some error during PININST-BBV - ChKErrBB CMD Check C system sav logs BurnBootWarn logI hit retry and the DVD CD open and it restarted the machineAnd Again back to the Welcome to the Recovery Manager original screen nbsp nbsp How can I solve this Thanks Solved View Solution
I found away past it. Just close the window with the "X". Don't hit retry or it will just keep starting over. The box will appear a few more times during the process, but just keep hitting X and it should go through. Worked for me! I'm not sure if there are features or files missing because of the errors, but the system seems to work fine so far.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Recovery-Manager-Problem-Recovery-fails/td-p/97667
This is a last resort for me nbsp My PC failed and would no longer boot to Windows Just kept spinning while trying to load Manager Cannot failure. Recovery access Recovery nbsp At this point I decided to access Recovery Recovery failure. Cannot access Recovery Manager Manager to do a Systom Restore back to factory settings I know I should have created a restore point when upgrading to Windows but life lesson learned nbsp Either way my installation failed and I'm no longer able to access Recovery Manager I did my diligence and backed up Recovery failure. Cannot access Recovery Manager my files to USB but it's useless since there's no operating system nbsp I downloaded a copy of Windows and burned to a disk but when booting from CD Drive it doesn't prompt to install Windows just says it is preparing set up for first use then an error appears saying Windows could not complete installation To install windows on this computer restart the installation nbsp I tried using my CD key on the microsoft website to try and download a copy of windows but it wouldn't let me because it was a factory copy nbsp I'm at a complete loss right now can't find any help with this situation and paying someone to fix this isn't an option nbsp What am I missing here guys nbsp Any assistance would be appreciated
Hi @xxboramirxx I would suggest you try the troubleshooting steps given in the link below : http://support.hp.com/in-en/document/c01867418 I am an HP EmployeePlease click ?Accept as Solution? on the post that solves your issue to help others find the same solution.Click the ?Thumbs Up? to say ?Thanks? for helping!http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/Recovery-failure-Cannot-access-Recovery-Manager/td-p/5841450
Hello, I am trying to completely factory reset my pc but when I select Windows Recovery Environment in HP recovery manager, it just brings me to the login screen after it restarts my computer. I have tried factory resetting using windows but I get the message 'Could not find the recovery environment.'Is it possible for me to factory reset without having to spend any money, or will I have to order a disk from HP?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/HP-recovery-manager-Recovery-environment-not-doing-anything/td-p/5685793
My laptop came with Windows bit operating and there is a recovery partition to factory reset It was nbsp protected by the HP recovery manager After i update to Windows reset my PC not factory reset create manager media recovery recovery without with the option keep my files so now i have a Windows and i can create recovery media without recovery manager see nbsp in recovery partition nbsp one recovery folder and inside it one file of name lang in the Recovery partition rest of the files and i can't create recovery media without recovery manager see and there isn't any virus in my laptop its just create recovery media without recovery manager of changing settings i took the step of reset windows i believe my recovery partition is save but due to un availability of recovery manager it is not protected nbsp now i want to factory reset and by going to advance startup option i saw recovery manager ther but when i clicked to recovery manager it says can't open file x recovery hp rita-tool thats why i cannot proceed for factoey reset please guide me how can i get back recovery manager or how can i make recovery media nbsp please help nbsphttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/create-recovery-media-without-recovery-manager/td-p/5832416
.... but I didn't touch it.
My d:\ is not empty - it is almost 80% full but when i click on it there are no files. Tried - to the extent of my knowledge - to see if the files are hidden but didn't reach anywhere. Tried a restore point but that didnt work either. Please help
Recovery Manager has hiccups sometimes...
Try re-booting and entering at boot.
If that fails you can order the Recovery Media from HP for a reasonable price.
Hello nbsp I upgraded Recovery the HP to Using Manager Recovery delete Partition--... my notebook to Windows shortly after it was offered in August nbsp I also upgraded my main drive with a smaller SSD nbsp So now that the notebook's been running OK for almost a year I'd like to delete the recovery partition nbsp I only have a GB SSD so deleting that Recovery partition would give me almost more space on my C drive nbsp I tried using two different partition programs to do this-- both apps let me delete the partition D Recovery-- far right top but then neither will let me add the new space to the C drive nbsp There is small partition between the two and they will let me resize that partition but not the C partition nbsp nbsp I found that the HP Recovery Manager that's installed on my notebook has an option for deleting the partition Using HP Recovery Manager to delete the Recovery Partition--... but Using HP Recovery Manager to delete the Recovery Partition--... it doesn't say where it will put the new unallocated space but I didn't go all the way with it yet nbsp If I work through it the rest of the way will it give me the option of where to put the new unallocated space nbsp Or will it add it to the C drive automatically nbsp nbsp Below is a snapshot of the drives configuration the drive on TOP is the one in question nbsp
Hi, I can see C: and D: do not sit next to each other therefore Windows Disk Manager may not like this. Please try: http://www.easeus.com/partition-manager-software/combine-partitions-windows-10-free.html Note: you have to delete D: first. Regards.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Software-and-How-To-Questions/Using-HP-Recovery-Manager-to-delete-the-Recovery-Partition/td-p/5706070
My laptop has become very slow, I reinstalled windows and installed original drivers from HP's website. But, my laptop is still very slow. So, I'm hinking about restoring my laptop to factory settings. I don't have HP Backup & Recovery manager or Recovery Partition or any disc that came with laptop. If there is any way I can restore my laptop to Factory Settings, Please inform . And If I need to download anyting please give the link with it. Thank You.
Hi there @HPian_B, Before I provide troubleshooting documentation, I would like to take a minute to welcome you to the HP Support Community, where you can ask questions, find solutions and get help from the community! I read that you would like to reset your HP Pavilion g6-2310ex Notebook PC to factory settings. Please read the document called Backing Up Your Files. This will provide you with ways to back up the files you have on your Notebook. Here is a document for you to read called Creating Recovery Discs or Saving a Recovery Image to a USB Flash Drive. I pulled some information from the document for you. The first thing I would like to make you aware of is that only DVD-R, DVD-R DL, DVD+R, or DVD+R DL discs are compatible with the Recovery Media Creation program. The following disc types are not compatible with the Recovery Media Creation program:CDsDVD-RWDVD+RWDVD-RW DLDVD+RW DLYou will then also see that in the document it says: The Recovery Media Creation software program allows only one complete set of discs to be created.The Recovery Media Creation software program requires an uncorrupted recovery partition (Recovery Image (D) to create a set of discs. Uncorrupted means the recovery partition has not been modified or removed.The creation process takes about 30 minutes per DVD. The entire recovery set does not need to be created in one session.The Recovery Media Creation software can be aborted at any time, except during the writing (burning) process, by clicking Cancel. The next time the Recovery Media Creation software program is run, it automatically starts where it last stopped.You can use the recovery discs you create on your computer on another computer only if the second computer is the same model as the one that created the recovery discs.Here is a document called Performing an HP system recovery (Windows 7) and another called Recover Windows 7 Operating System Using Microsoft Windows Backup and Restore. - This is used to Recover, Restore, or do a Clean Install of Windows 7. Please make sure that you read these documents very carefully before you decided to reset to factory settings. Thanks for being a part of the HP community. Please let me know if this helps resolve the issue by marking this post as "Accept as Solution". If you require further assistance let me know and I will gladly do all I can to help. Please also re-post with the exact error message you received. If you wish to say "thanks" for my effort to help, click the "thumbs up" to give me a Kudos. Thanks!Have a great dayhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Don-t-have-Recovery-partition-and-Recovery-Manager-to-Reset/td-p/5594620
After recovering (I think) from some bad virus - rootkit infections, I got the machine from not booting in SAFE mode to what looks like clean; SP3 just installed and it runs fine. Several virus scanners found, but could not remove several infections early in the process. Remaining problem is, when I try to run Recovery Console it BSOD with a x'7b' (inaccessible_boot_device)
Running Bart-PE, it quits during boot with 'insufficient memory for ndis.sys'
Running Bart's recovery console (Windows 2003) it says there is no hard drive. So does booting Windows XP CD and trying repair.
So I know I have a bootable hard drive, but clearly something has tweaked a bit or more somewhere.
I did a manual 'repair' of MBR (why I thought I needed to run the Recovery Console) using MbrFix from Systemintegrasjon AS, but no joy.
Hoping someone knew of another 'fix' for this other than FDISK.
Does the BIOS setup find the drive? If not then a loose (or faulty) data cable (IDE or SATA - you didn't specify which) could well be the problem. Take of the case cover and make sure the connections are tight. If it's IDE and you are using an 80 core cable you may need to press quite firmly to get it properly seated.http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/xp-boots-but-recovery-console-cannot-find-drive-279361.html
Satellite Boots into SYSTEM RECOVERY OPTIONS Hit power on for my Satellite L D-S Toshiba laptop running Windows Home Premium with an AMD processor and instead of a Boots SYSTEM Satellite into OPTIONS RECOVERY boot I got a BSOD I shut it completely down waited a minute and rebooted A SYSTEM RECOVERY OPTIONS window popped up stating Use recovery tools that can help fix problems starting Windows If your OS isn t listed click Load Drivers and then install drivers for your hard disks No Satellite Boots into SYSTEM RECOVERY OPTIONS OS was listed clicked on Load Drivers and the ADD DRIVERS window opened Insert the installation media for the device and click OK to select the drive Clicked OK and the OPEN window appeared showing HDs in reality partitions Tl S D C standard folders for the OS program and data files System D containing folders Recovery empty and Temp and a number of log files BOOT X containing upper level folders Program Files sources Users and Windows The bottom of this Window has two boxes The first is one labeled File Name The one below is a drop down menu labeled Files of Type but only Satellite Boots into SYSTEM RECOVERY OPTIONS has one selection Set Up Information I think the system is looking for set up information for the hard drive but I have no idea where that can be found Nor do I have any idea if my diagnosis is correct What do I do from here Additional info I have a lot of experience with XP but am a complete newbie with Win I m away from home in a small town in Minnesota so the only resources I ve got available are a co-worker s antique XP laptop sans CD burner WiFi access and a GB thumb drive The Win laptop has ERUNT and Rollback Rx installed nbsphttps://forums.techguy.org/threads/satellite-boots-into-system-recovery-options.1120772/
Hi Recently I activated Windows installation After restart I was getting the message quot BOOTMGR is compressed Press Ctrl Alt Del to Windows 7 Recovery System Options always into boots restart quot I downloaded the Windows Recovery iso from Neosmart site and burned it onto a CD I booted off the CD and some how came to the mini explorer window dialog that comes when windows tells us to open a file from where I right clicked the C drive and unchecked option quot Compress to save space quot After this step the BOOTMGR message was gone but now my Windows always boots into System Recovery Options no matter what From Safe mode after removing Recovery CD etc etc I just cant make it boot from C I can see that Recovery CD may have created a Bootable drive called Boot X on my hard drive I cannot delete this drive as I guess my system always boots from X I get message that cannot delete as the drive is being is in use Please help me get back Windows 7 always boots into System Recovery Options my system I have Google-ed for solution but none seem to work Thanks in advance Suddha
It sounds like the master boot record was damaged. If you have an installation disc or can obtain on from a friend (version does not matter) you can use this tutorial: MBR - Restore Windows 7 Master Boot Record
If you can't obtain a disc, I would give this one a try: MBR - Restore Windows 7 Master Boot Record, and use the Repair Your Computer option.
Hi everyone I will make this as clear installation boots recovery partition?! Win7 into as possible thanks for helping reading My boot menu originally consists of Vista C and recovery partition D To install Win I shrank C and made a separate partition W Now I have partitions Vista C New Simple Volume W Recovery D I installed Windows to the W and it reboots a few times during installation My situation goes as follows Initial installation---Reboot of ---bypasses the boot menu and continues installation---Reboot of ---boot menu shows up and I can choose to continue the installation of W or go to Vista When I choose W it finishes installation---Reboot of ---No boot menu is shown Computer boots into recovery partition Why is this happening Repairing W or Vista using recovery partition doesn't help either It basically just forms a loop by booting to the recovery every time Interestingly the only way I can start Vista again is by reinstalling Windows and wait until the boot menu screen Win7 installation boots into recovery partition?! show up after the reboot of Thanks for your time everyone
Did you try a Startup Repair?http://www.sevenforums.com/installation-setup/35034-win7-installation-boots-into-recovery-partition.html
Hi I'm on a dual-boot system Windows and Xubuntu and I've just formatted my Windows with Gparted from within Xubuntu due to a serious BSoD loop issue - probably Windows But Boots Install/Recovery 8 Disc Fails not the smartest thing to do but I was desperate I wish to reinstall Windows now but I can't get to the setup using my installation media As soon as I boot it I see some text saying something along the lines of quot Press any key to boot from Windows 8 Install/Recovery Disc Boots But Fails CD Windows 8 Install/Recovery Disc Boots But Fails quot After I do so the Windows 8 Install/Recovery Disc Boots But Fails blue Windows logo appears as it usually does when booting up After some time instead of seeing the setup dialog with the Install and Recover buttons I see a blue Recovery screen saying quot Your PC needs to be repaired quot and that some files are missing from the Windows System directory also one called Winloader efi In this screen there are two options Press Enter to continue booting and Press F to access additional startup options Pressing either does nothing Prior to formatting my Windows installation I've been greeted by the same screen when booting my Windows partition Since my Windows was BSoD-ridden - seemingly due to some recent Windows Updates I've installed - I was unable to make use of any of the options offered to recover my data I've tried Safe Mode with command prompt commands like SFC scannow and tried System Restore System Refresh and System Reset all to no avail I have read some articles about the possibility of the UEFI SecureBoot setting preventing the PC from booting from removable media but it seems that the booting itself is not the issue From what I understand the Windows installation media boots normally but is somehow intercepted by the Recovery screen Also I have no SecureBoot setting What's weird is that the Recovery screen itself still shows despite the fact that the entire Windows drive was formatted I have tried booting to the installation media with ALL my hard drives unplugged from the system and it still shows I've also tried a Recovery Disk generated by my girlfriend's Windows PC and a disc image I downloaded online and it still shows after the Windows logo Long story short I would like to know What exactly is causing the Recovery screen to interrupt the boot Where is it being stored if not the hard drives How can I bypass or remove it so that I may boot and install Windows with the disc Here is my setup Two OSes Windows Pro x and Xubuntu x - Windows partition was formatted now only Xubuntu is leftGRUB bootloader - used to manage both OSes but now updated to only show Xubuntu after Windows removalOne SDD one partition for Xubuntu - GB unallocated space for my new Windows installationOne TB HDD originally Windows - completely formatted to NTFS for more data One TB HDD NTFS - used for holding data for both OSesRunning on GA-Z M-D H motherboard - UEFI DualBios If needed I can provide any further information that may help identify the cause of this problem I appreciate any help you can give me Thank you for taking your time to read through this incredibly long post and thank you in advance for your help
Okay, so out of curiosity I decided to run some memory tests and as it turns out, I had faulty RAM sticks!
I removed the faulty RAM and I can boot from my disc again! Just something to keep in mind.
Hope this helps some one in the future.
Hi all Hope someone can assist me with this headache I have an HP dv with vista home premium and recovery partition still intact i hope I installed ubuntu to a partition of the f11 ubuntu straight recovery, boots boot won't to Windows or hdd so on bootup I select windows of ubuntu from the grub menu When I upgraded to ubuntu I chose to install grub file from the upgrade and followed instruction to tick all partitions to install it do maybe not the best move To begin grub detected all OS but would only load Ubuntu - when I selected to load windows it Windows won't boot or f11 recovery, boots straight to ubuntu sat in idle for a few seconds then just booted ubuntu instead however Since trying to remedy this problem I have tried various methods Windows won't boot or f11 recovery, boots straight to ubuntu of changing the mbr bootrec exe bcdrebuild but have actually gone back a step and now I don't even get the grub menu I have a vista recovery iso burnt to disc to get into command prompt and can get into ubuntu via a live cd for terminal however I've got no recovery or vista install discs Windows won't boot or f11 recovery, boots straight to ubuntu to work with The partitions seem to be all intact If I could access the recovery partition and reinstall whole system to start over this would be great - or any other suggestions welcomed Thanks in advancehttp://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/320661/windows-wont-boot-or-f11-recovery-boots-straight-to-ubuntu/
I have a HP Pavilion DM3 3012 laptop that came with Win 7 on a traditional 7200rpm drive. The hard drive crashed and was going to install a fresh new copy of Win 7 onto a SSD.
I have tried to do a clean install from a Win 7 64bit iso on USB stick and DVD Rom. I can get it to boot from the stick or DVD drive and then gets to the Loading Windows but never gets into the installation menu to select what version of Win 7 I want to install.
I checked my BIOS for this laptop and there are no selections for UEFI or Legacy in the Bios settings. I can't figure out why my Windows 7 recovery media won't install.
I also found my 5 recovery dvds i made when I first got the computer and it doesn't work as well to get to the installation menu.
Any suggestions with what is going on?
I can't boot into windows or safe mode or advanced recovery options. I have tried two different USB drives to boot from and on each time I get the windows logo with the spinning circle, but it eventually goes to a black screen with no mouse cursor. My motherboard does not support integrated graphics. Does anyone have an idea?
you can try to boot my recovery iso > win81se < link in sig below.
format your usb stick to fat32 and then copy the contents of the iso to the usb
I have a fairly new (2 years old) Samsung touch screen computer.
Windows was pre-installed (7 i think) so i have NO WINDOWS DISKS.
Windows automatically upgraded me to win 10 and since then i'm having no end of trouble. Computer freezing taking 5 mins to open a photo.
I tried a "reset" keeping files and settings. This blue screened said "was unable to reset PC" and took me back to the main login. I was able to re log into the computer and still sort of use some things.
So i decided to try a "restore to factory reset and reinstall windows" --> It got to 52% and froze. Then booted into the blue troubleshoot screen. Startup repair is no help. I can now no longer get into the computer.
I don't know what to do next?? Please help.
Following a number of good tutorials I installed Windows 8 on a Samsung Series 7 tablet from a bootable USB thumb drive. I created a vhd on a 64 GB micro sdhc card. I was able to choose this vhd as the installation location and Windows 8 appeared to install as expected. However, when the system reboots, it only comes up the the Windows 8 "Windows Recovery Environment". While this screen give options to try again and press F8 for alternate boot options, neither of those work. However, if I hit F9 to use a different OS then Windows 7 boot up lickity split.
I have not had any luck getting this thing to a OS selection screen. Any ideas would be appreciated.
Some drivers cannot be used for booting.
Recovery OS/WinPE is not equal to OS.
Old example - XP can be installed to USB drive but cannot be booted from by default installed driver and loader.
During the boot process devices are reset so reading of next part of OS (kernel, drivers) is not always possible unless special measures are taken (another driver, another boot manager, different setup).
And VHD is on top of driver and file system.
Hello I ve been sitting on a Vista issue for a while I am running a Dell laptop with Vista and in December a blue screen greeted me and said that my OS was missing I called Dell several times and they said there was nothing to do but reformat and pull the files - if they are recoverable - out onto a comp with a tower OK I thought about this today The comp won t boot from the disks as I remember but I have to find them So what I can do is this gt feel preoccupied about recovery drive X gt open notepad from cmd at c gt view all my files from notepad gt open so things are still there gt run kapersky virus removal tool from a flash drive because who knows What information can I give someone here that would help you know the computer and tell me if it is into OS system options recovery does missing? Vista boots not start; salvageable This was an absolutely awesome machine for a long time before it crapped out
Well...I'm no IT person or tech of any sort, just a member...and I don't have familiarity with Vista...but if you are talking laptop...and Dell advised reinstall...I would hardly advise something else.That said...let's try this.Download/install BlueScreenView, http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.html .Double-click BlueScreenView.exe file.When scanning is done, click Edit/Select All...then File/Save Selected Items.Save the report as BSOD.txt.Open BSOD.txt in Notepad, copy all content and paste it into your next reply.Funny that you don't mention the content of any onscreen error messages that have been received relative to your system.What is the exact model of this Dell system?Louishttp://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/408467/os-missing-vista-does-not-start;-boots-into-system-recovery-options/
Hi, not to long ago my Toshiba Satellite c655 laptop decided it wanted to directly boot into System recovery options. I couldnt recover it because my operating system wasnt found. So i tried a system repair which failed and i just recently tried recovering bootmgr using this tutorial Bootmgr is missing - Fix
Still no luck. Any ideas? Thanks.
Is the hard drive detected in BIOS setup when you boot into it using the key shown on first screen?
If so work through the steps for Troubleshooting Windows 7 Failure to Start
Switched on my laptop which was working fine yesterday The HP logo appears then goes to a black screen error message 'checkpoint endpoint security up but Window Recovery to boots Error loops message laptop did not successfully start the operating system last time This may be due to hardware compatibility problems ' nbsp It laptop boots up but loops to Window Error Recovery message gives me an option to 'start normally' or to start in safe mode nbsp Once nbsp either option is selected nbsp it goes to a black screen windows error recovery message saying 'windows failed to start A recent hardware or software change might be the cause' It again gives me the option to start laptop boots up but loops to Window Error Recovery message normally or launch start up repair Whatever I choose it goes onto the windows logo then loops back round to the HP logo and starts again It is a work laptop and I am currently on business from the UK in India Is there anyway to get the laptop to boot up properly until I can get home and have IT look at ithttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/laptop-boots-up-but-loops-to-Window-Error-Recovery-message/td-p/5616841
My laptop crashed but I was bale to recover my data from the drive using an external cable to the drive on my desktop PC. I can see the recovery partition, can I make a recover USB from the drive without it being in my laptop?
Hi there, Do you not have Recovery discs?How did you previously load Windows 7 on your Notebook? The media creation software allows only one system image to be created. If you created a set of recovery discs, you can not create a system image on a USB drive. The media creation software requires an uncorrupted recovery partition (FACTORY_IMAGE D. Uncorrupted means that the recovery partition has not been modified or removed. That being said, at this point, I cannot guarantee that the image will work on your USB.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/Re-Don-t-have-Recovery-partition-and-Recovery-Manager-to/td-p/5596486
Hello, I'm at a loss and afraid I've lost all my files. Every time I restarted my computer I kept getting the Windows Boot Manager error message: Status: 0xc000000f Info: An error occured while attempting to read the boot configuration data. However, after googling and trying numerous methods to repair this, I now keep getting prompted with the Windows Recovery Manager. I assumed that choosing the default factory restore option would prompt me with a back up option, but it didn't and proceeded to reformat. I quickly shut my computer down. I don't know what to do next because now all I get is the Windows Recovery Manager option. Any help would be much appreciated!
If this string of events actually did start to reformat the drive, it might still be recoverable. I would boot the computer to an independent OS IE: Linux Live on a CD or DVD and then look at the drive. Then use that to copy your data to another drive. Once the data is saved, then do whatever you want with this corrupted drive. Do not try to continue with any other operations until the data is saved elsewhere.Since this PC came with Vista, once the data is saved, you could try the HP REcovery Manager to restore the original OS. Or just start over this a new install of windows 7http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Boot-and-Lockup/Windows-Boot-Manager-Error-Windows-Recovery-Manager-Issue/td-p/5603963
I need to put the Windows OS, that means Windows Boot Manager in BIOS at Boot option 2, but in this case it does not boot.
I need to put at boot position 1 PXE boot and if that fails boot from Boot option 2 (Windows). How could I do that?
My motherboard is Gigabyte GA-Z97P-D3.
I need to put the Windows OS, that means Windows Boot Manager in BIOS at Boot option 2, but in this case it does not boot.
I need to put at boot position 1 PXE boot and if that fails boot from Boot option 2 (Windows). How could I do that?
My motherboard is Gigabyte GA-Z97P-D3.
hey does anyone know were i can get the recovery manager for my HP pavilion desktop computer a1253w?
ive looked for it everywere in my computer but it isnt there...
Originally Posted by vistafever
hey does anyone know were i can get the recovery manager for my HP pavilion desktop computer a1253w?
ive looked for it everywere in my computer but it isnt there...
Welcome to the forums!
According to the HP support website, here are the steps to use the recovery manager:
Starting the recovery from Windows Vista
Use the following steps to recover the computer starting from the Windows Vista desktop:
Turn off the computer.Disconnect all connected devices (such as the Personal Media Drive, USB drives, printer, and fax), remove media from drives, and remove any recently added internal hardware. Do not disconnect the monitor, keyboard, mouse, and power cord.Turn on the computer.From the Windows desktop click Start , and then All Programs .Click PC Help & Tools .Click Recovery Manager .
The Recovery Manager Welcome screen appears.Click Next . On the Software Program Re-installation screen select No , and then click Next .On the Hardware Re-installation screen select No , and then click Next .On the screen that prompts for Microsoft System Restore select No , and then click Next .The Recovery Manager prompts if you want to restore the computer to its original factory shipped condition. Click Yes , and then click Next .
The computer restarts and opens the Recovery Manager program.Click Next .On the Microsoft System Restore screen select No , and then click Next .Confirm that you want to run a System Recovery by selecting Yes , and then click Next .The Recovery Manager gives you the option of backing up your data files. Backing up your files is recommended. To back up your files select Yes , and then click Next . Follow the onscreen instructions.
If you do not want to backup your files, select No , and then click Next .After the System Recovery is complete, the computer restarts and continues into Windows setup. Complete the setup screens and wait until the computer finishes the setup. Then, turn off the computer, reconnect all peripheral devices, and turn on the computer.Before using the computer, update and protect your computer. Reinstall any virus and security software that was installed before the System Recovery.Reinstall any software applications that were added after puchasing the computer, and any files that were backed up.
If you can't access the recovery manager with these steps or it's not working, you'll need to order recovery disks from HP directly.
Please let us know if this works for you.
Here's the source URL which contains links that may be helpful to you: HP and Compaq Desktop PCs*-* Performing an HP System Recovery in Windows Vista*
New to the site, a little slow on computer knowledge and ill face it, I AM COMPLETELY INCOMPETENT WITH A PC. So, with that said...
I deleted my Recovery Manager feature off of Windows 7, wondering if it possible to recover? I wanted to restore back to factory settings but it fails every time, pretty sure it is due to the recovery manager being missing. Tried the F11 option also, still no hope. After hours of searching I now realize that it cannot just be added like a regular application but is there any possible way? I ordered the HP Recovery Disc hoping it holds an answer but I'm kinda in a time crunch. Any alternatives?
Even thought about upgrading Windows 7 but I'm guessing it wouldn't upgrade what isn't already there, correct?
Help is appreciated, and THANK YOU very, very much.
Hello and welcome to Bleepingcomputer.
Are you stating that you removed Windows system restore from your computer or are you referring to a third party recovery manager program?
Thanks in advance.
Hi !I want to make a recovery disk for my envy- dv6 win 8 operating system.do I lose the ability to refresh and install win 8 from my Hdd and have to Install it every time from the recovery disk or refreshing windows from hdd is still available ?thanks.
Hi, The option to reinstall the OS from the hard drive partition will still be available after you create your recovery media. Regards, DP-Khttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/recovery-manager/td-p/5708685
I have a 2 months old HP Pavilion DM1-3014AU running on windows 7 home basic.
My query is that if i delete the recovery partition, can i get it back if i restore the netbook to factory condition through recovery disks.
HP's recovery DVDs will not perform a Repair Install ...
It's also a good idea to make a Repair CD ...
After You remove the recovery partition .. W7 can resize the system partition to fill in the unused space ..
W7 can Extend or Shrink a partition.
Any partition resizing can be risky .. Make sure you have your data backed up.
I'm not sure about W7 .. but it used to be that if you removed the recovery partition ..
Then tried to use it to recover a HP supplied application ... it would know that the recovery partition was missing .. and ask for the recovery DVDs
Hi my Compaq presario laptop has been corrupted by a virus...unfortunately, I did not take a recovery disk. Although I am able to access my vista I am not sure if I make the recovery disk now, it will reset my comp to current condition(with viruses) or factory outlet ????? What should I do????
Backup your files, shut off the PC, turn power on again and keep tapping F11. That will get you to the reinstallation wizard - follow the prompts.
HP Notebook PCs*-* Using HP Backup and Recovery Manager*
I accidentally uninstalled HP Recovery Manager. I tried doing a system restore but it did not help. Is there anyway I can download this program ? Thank you
shge123 Try this link: http://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp45001-45500/sp45415.exe Good Luckhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/HP-Recovery-Manager/td-p/5827287
could smeone tell whats wrong with my recovery manager program in HP pavilion laptop... when i run the program, a window appears:
microsoft visual c++ runtime library
abnormal program termination...
how can i fix the error?
thanks for helping!!!
Originally Posted by opette
could smeone tell whats wrong with my recovery manager program in HP pavilion laptop... when i run the program, a window appears:
microsoft visual c++ runtime library
abnormal program termination...
how can i fix the error?
thanks for helping!!!
Are you using Vista....
If yes you can refer this link where you can download universal recovery disk. Please follow this link
Create a Recovery Disc
In my desktop PC, Windows 7 Professional 32 bit was preinstalled and recovery partition also available. But in the programe menu, HP Recovery Manager was not available. I have downloaded HP Recovery Manager software in several time and tried to install, but failed. I want to re-install windows through hp recovery manager. Please help me about the installation of HP Recovery Manager and how can I get this software. Sir, help me in details. My email- [email protected]http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Software-and-How-To-Questions/HP-Recovery-Manager/td-p/5637770
Is the HP Recovery Manager installed on this computer or does it have to be downloaded?If is installed how do I access it?Frank C
Hello, Thank you for posting in the HP Support forum. If the computer arrived with Windows preinstalled and if you did not attemp to manually remove HP Recovery manager software then it should be there. You can click on the Start button of Windows and type its name to search for it. If you would like to perform system recovery, here are the official instructions >> http://support.hp.com/bg-en/document/c04758961#AbT0 If you simply want to create recovery media, here are the official instructions >> http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03481733 (even though it states Win 8, it will work for Win 10, as well.) Please, let me know if this works for you.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/recovery-manager/td-p/5594026
i have got a laptop acer aspire 5535 ! i wanna make a recovery disc !
but i was search in search box of start menu for recovery manager and i found nothing ....
perhaps i have delete the file and i dont remeber ...
i wanna format my laptop and can find the way ....
i am greek and i donno very good english ...
thanks for your time and assistance
Too many computer manufacturers don't furnish a Vista installation DVD with their pcs that are pre-installed with Vista. Often they only have a hidden recovery partition that you can access to take back your pc to its original factory installation state! (Thus you lose your data and all installed applications, setting changes, etc.)
If you don't have an installation DVD, then you cannot reinstall Vista without using this recovery partition, and you cannot access the new Vista Recovery Environment, which is what corresponds to XP's Recovery Console. So, if you don't have a Vista installation DVD, what do you do in order to access the Vista Recovery Environment, at least? You go to this site and download the makings for a recovery disk:
Windows Vista Recovery Disc Download — The NeoSmart Files
As far as formatting your hard disk, you can boot from the sytem recovery disk you download from the URL above, then go to the Command Prompt section of the Recovery Environment, then use the FORMAT command to format, as explained in this tutorial:
How to use the Command Prompt in the Vista Windows Recovery Environment
Hello. When i start my computer it goes as usual, then when the windows icon is expected come it says ''Recovery Manager''Then it says ''The attempted to recovery has failed. Click one of these buttons'' with the options ''Save log, Ditails and try again'' the rest of the screen is black. Help please.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Recovery-Manager/td-p/5820114
I got something buggy on my laptop, and i want to recover my laptop to the first time i got the pc. And when i downloading the recovery manager i got a message : This softpaq wil nott be installed on this pc beacuse HP Recovery Manager cannot be found in this system. Any help ?
Your specs say, HP PC with Windows 8 x86, therefore not Pre-installed, HP Recovery Manager would only work on the old OS & not on the upgraded OS.http://www.eightforums.com/performance-maintenance/24196-hp-recovery-manager.html
I just deleted my recovery drive from my pc and lost my recovery drive and disk too how can i restore my pc or how to get recovery drive back.......http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/recovery-manager/td-p/5632778
Upgraded to Windows 7 from vista but now I cant revover my files that I backed up before to this version cause the hp recovery manager freezes around when it gets to 12% of the first disk. If possible I would like to get those files back. Any ideas anyone?
I have pressed F11 key on startup and searched recovery manager on the search but hp recovery manager didnt come. Can anyone tell me what to do ?
Hello, Thank you for posting in the HP Support forum. Welcome! HP Recovery is only available for comuter that originally came with Windows preinstalled by HP (a.k.a. OEM Windows). It will appear if the recovery partitions are working and intact. Once you start your computer after pressing the power-on button, keep hitting the Esc button (like tap-tap-tap).Then an HP boot options will appear and you can choose the recovery options. Alternatively, start to Windows and load it from there. More information can be found in the HP official article >> http://support.hp.com/bg-en/document/c04758961 (Win 10)>> http://support.hp.com/bg-en/document/c03489643 (Win 8/8.1) If the recovery partitions are not working, if you want to recover your machine to factory default condition, you may have to reinstall Windows and/or purchase recovery media from HP to restore to factory default condition. Let me know if this works for you.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/where-is-recovery-manager/td-p/5653706
Hey from where to download hp recovery manger for windows 10 ? 2. when i purchase laptop i have pre installed windows 8.1 then i formatted and clean install windows 10. now how to get back like when we purchased new laptophttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Software-and-How-To-Questions/hp-recovery-manager/td-p/5648430
Hi....I want to install a new operating system (linux) on my laptop and I havent made the recovery disk yet,after installing new operating system , can I do the recovery by the default recovery drive on my hdd without having the disks? in case I make the recovery disk , do I lose the the ability to recover from My hard drive recovery drive ? (Because my hdd drive is much safer than the Disks in case of protection)thanks.
Kooshan wrote:Hi....I want to install a new operating system (linux) on my laptop and I havent made the recovery disk yet,after installing new operating system , can I do the recovery by the default recovery drive on my hdd without having the disks? in case I make the recovery disk , do I lose the the ability to recover from My hard drive recovery drive ? (Because my hdd drive is much safer than the Disks in case of protection)thanks.Create a usb recovery flashdrive before you make any changes! Do not create a recovery disk set! A Recovery disk set is quite fragile and can be destroyed with a single scratch on the disk label. A usb recovery flashdrive is, unlike a recovery DVD, quite durable. If you install Linux on the hard disk it will change the bootloader if you are not careful and no longer allow you to boot to Windows. Making a usb recovery flashdrive will not remove the ability to use F11 unless you make any changes to the D: Recovery partition. That is where the Recovery Manager boots from when you use F11.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Recovery-manager/td-p/5709811
i have tried to installed hp recovery manager software from different setup .. but none of them works. recovery manager is not working in my pc.. how to download? where to get?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/hp-recovery-manager/td-p/5649923
My question is hopefully simple. I recently reinstalled Windows 7 on my HP Pavilion 6000 series desktop using the HP Recovery Manager app built-in to the computer. The restore went well, without any hitches. What I need to know is whether the process wiped the hard drive clean. That is, is the data I created, e.g., Excel, Word files, etc., still there even though the file names, etc. have been deleted? Is the computer hard drive wiped such that I could donate the computer and not worry about someone using some data recover utility to find and recreat the data that was on my C:\ partition?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/recovery-manager/td-p/5801144
If there's here any user with a Hewlett-Packard PC that has preinstalled Windows 7 , maybe has notice that has some recovery tools, which are call "Recovery Manager" and is showed in the start menu. Inside the program there are many options, and two of them are which I need further information. (Sory but the interface is in Spanish, anywhere options are positioned in the same place of the English version... I think :s)
One of them (mark as number 1 in red) allows to restore the computer to its original factory condition. So what I figure out is that the program will format the hard drive and will install install everything from scratch. Am I rigth?
The other option (mark as number 2 in red) allows to delete the recovery partition. Is that recovery partition the same which is common name as FACTORY_IMAGE ?
If anyone KNOWS something about this, please give me a hand, thanks.
Unless it gives you a further option for Non-Destructive Recovery which saves your files, a Factory Recovery will wipe the HD first before putting it back to factory condition.
It can also be run from boot by tapping the F11 key at bootup.
Make the Recovery Disk set from within that Windows7 utility now so you have another option, or can then consider wiping the Recovery partition although having it as another backup is probably wise with a Win7 computer.
Many tech enthusiasts find a clean-copy retail installer for their version to clean reinstall without the factory bloatware, using the Product Key on COA sticker on machine. In that case, you can wipe the HD before reinstalling, but make the Recovery disks first as sometimes the maker requires factory install to service hardware warranty.
I read in another board that HP Recovery Manager can be accessed from the start menu. But it cannot be accessd from the Start Menu on my Windows 10 system! I haven't tried this recently, but can I still access it by pressing F11 immediately after switching on my PC? More importantly, can I still reset my PC to Factory Settings using the HP Recovery Manager now that I have Windows 10? If not, I might as well delete the HP recovery partition to free up space....http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/HP-Recovery-Manager/td-p/5800291
I want to restore my G60 to factory settings. It came preinstalled with Vista. Not sure if its 32 or 64 bit. When I enter the recovery manager, the directions state to make sure the wireless connection is enabled. The computer button is red indicating the wireless connection is turned off. I press it, and nothing happens, it remains red. I don't think the issue is the internet connection because if I boot up the computer normally I do get an internet connection. Not sure if I should continue to the next step in the recovery manager or not since I don't appear to have an internet connection in there. Help please. Thank you.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Recovery-Manager/td-p/5728775
My Hp Laptop Was In The Process Of Getting An OS Update & My Sister Turned It Off (As A Prank) Before Windows 10 Finished Installing. Long Story Short I Had To Reinstall Windows 7 On It But Before Downloading Win 10 I Had To Free Up Space On My Recovery (Partition). So I Formatted It. Now I Don't Have HP Recovery Manager Or Any Other HP Factory Apps. How Can I Get Those Back?
Hi, There's no download for Recovery Manager, but pretty much all the other software and drivers for your notebook can be downloaded from the link below. http://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-pavilion-dv7-3100-entertainment-notebook-pc-serie... Regards, DP-Khttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Software-and-How-To-Questions/HP-Recovery-Manager/td-p/5693246
If you have a HP computer then HP has it's own Recovery Manager HP version of System Restore installed called HP Recovery Manager You can uninstall this in Programs and HP Recovery Manager Features I ran across this statement in Tutorials It needs some clarifications In Pavillion and Presario notebooks HP Rec Mgr does more than just System restore And btw HP does not have its own version of SR It runs Windows' version HP Rec Mgr has other functions Re-install original software programs and hardware drivers and complete System Recovery restoring the original hard disk factory template It can be utilized to create a set of recovery discs In HP Business notebook Rec Mgr does not re-install software progs and drivers but does the others listed in Pavilion Presario models I don't think HP Recovery Manager should be uninstalled Or if perchance he meant uninstalling System Restore be aware that HP Rec Mgr will be unable to system restore on its own if Windows SR is unstalled or disabled
Umm where did you see that cause you can't uninstall it and its not even listed in the Program and Features. You can only disable the windows system restore. I'm pretty sure all HP products have the Recovery Manager to restore you computer to Factory Condition.http://www.vistax64.com/software/199958-hp-recovery-manager.html
When I open my HP Recovery Manager and select "yes" for the Software Program Re-Installation,
the Select a program to install window appears (like it should) EXCEPT it is EMPTY!!!!
Where is the list of all the programs that we installed on my computer when I first used it?
HP Pavilion dv7-1245dx
Vista Home Premium x64
Above link may answer any questions you have about HP's reovery manager.
HelloI have a laptop hp pavilion entertainment dv6500 and I needed to format it, but by mistake I formatted the recovery manager.Can I get/buy a recovery manager CD?Thank you
Yes you can purchase recovery CDs further instructions here Jameshttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Recovery-manager/td-p/5646134
Hi I have Hp-Labtop with windows 10 home edition, few days I think windows a liitle bit slow, So I decided to make a recoveryHp recovery manager gives a message that recovery parition is not found(recovery parition exists in my computer and I haven't touch it) I have split C into two paritions one for my files and other for windows, could this be the reason????also by mistake windows.old was deleted..... If I try to create recover disks through Recovery manager will this delete recovery parition or what???Help Pleasehttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Hp-Recovery-Manager/td-p/5814125
ive recently created the recovery disc from the recovery manager, ive installed it, say it would turn my laptop to the original factory setting, after i installed it, everything is clear, as i expected, but however, now my laptop performance shrink ALOT! i mean ALOT! i cant even run Need For Speed Undercover properly in the lowest graphical settings, do anyone know whats the problem here?
ive checked the graphic card to see if its installed properly after the recovery and it is install and working properly, do anyone know the problem here?
however after the recovery, i didnt seen to care about the window update that much, could this be the problem?does updates make a difference? my laptop has Intel Dou Core @ 2GHz and has 2GB RAM, and graphics NVIDIA GeForce 8400M GS, my laptop now cant even run games at high graphics setting where prior to the recovery i can and very smooth
Start by updating all of your drivers.
and yes, windows updates can make a huge difference. For example, no windows updates, no directx.
Getting error code FFFFFF15 then i click on ok and come up with error code=45D can anyone tell me if this is a motherboard problem and will it be easier for me to buy a new laptop or to get it fixed
Please explain in more detail what you are attempting to do when you see the error code. Are you trying to perform an HP recovery for the notebook from the onboard HP Recovery Manager? Did you create USB or DVD recovery media? You can boot to recovery media to invoke the HP Recovery Manager and perform a recovery.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Hp-recovery-manager/td-p/5615762
Every time I use the magnify button on my microsoft comfort sculpt mouse the hp Recovery Manager screen opens up..... This is so agrivating.... is there anyway I can get this to stop.... and usually it is right where I am working...I am 70 years old and I need the magnify button....http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/HP-Recovery-Manager/td-p/5715741
im having some very painful problems with my computer. i had to reformat my system so i made a backup using the HP recovery manager which backed my files in an external hardrive and they are names as Backup.001.exe and backup.002.fbw etc until 005
after i installed a fresh new vista i execute my backup.001.exe and when it tells me to click next it freezes for a minute then its back to normal and the next button dont work... (the next button does not take me to the next step of restoring, it stays in the same page)
the next button is active but does not take me to the next step so i cannot back my files up... i need help badly.. there is atleast 2 years of data in those backup files... i cannot get them running
i have Windows Vista Ultimate with 3 GB RAM
anybody??? i reli need help badly
Hi i have Windows 8 currently installed on my computer which i upgraded from windows 7, i am disliking windows 8 so i want to go back and i remeber there being a recovery manager on windows 7 but i can no longer find it on windows 8. i have looked in my C drive and cannot find it either.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/Recovery-Manager/td-p/5788307
I was creating the recovery of window 8.1. I used HP recovery manager for creating recovery DVD's. It required 5 DVD.my two DVD's completed burnig process but 3rd DVD completed 80% or 85% and show ' error ' .I tried many times but it cannot work. So, please give me response What am i do in thi situayion..http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/recovery-manager/td-p/5643901
Using an E-machines desk top with Vista 32-bit Home Premium.
Recently, I tried to install some service pack update & it wreaked havoc on my computer. After fiddling around with it (it had basically frozen while installing the pack), the whole thing ended up wiping Everything clean & in the end, I needed the install disc to fix it. (which I *just* found)
So now I'm stuck on some "Welcome Window" & it won't connect to the internet. I know the connection works, cause I'm using the same broadband line to it on my laptop now. I keep reading online about fixing w/ a "Recovery Manager" in the start menu, but I'm not seeing that anywhere. There's an error I see that says "Error 815"..."WAN miniport", etc.
What to do now? Thanks.
5 days. all is still quiet. * bump*http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/400403/help-w-recovery-manager/
Help. My Hp Touchsmart 300 won't boot up windows it goes to the blue house screen when switched on. If I press F11 it will only let me do a system recovery with warning it will go back to factory setting. I want to "file back up program" but it is greyed off and won't let me click it.
Hello, Welcome to the HP Support forum. Thank you for post. Some (most) HP Recovery procedures include procedure to back-up files before the actual recovery process. However, yoy may back-up your files this way usig external software.Please, download GNU/Linux version - > Linux Mint XFCE 18 - Linux based OS. >> https://linuxmint.com/edition.php?id=222 Download/save the ISO image. You need to write it on a new blank DVD or on empty USB thumbdrive (min 2 GB capacity). How to create bootable ISO on USB device >> http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/create-a-usb-stick-on-windowsorHow to write ISO to DVD >> http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/burn-a-dvd-on-windows When ready with the USB drive or with the DVD: * Ensure Secure Boot is disabled.* Ensure Legacy mode is enabled.* Save the UEFI/BIOS changes.Details>> http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03653226 Eventually, please, shutdown the computer using the power button.Insert the Windows USB thumdrive or the DVD prepared previouslyPower on the PC.As soon as you press the power-on button, keep hitting the Esc button (like tap-tap-tap).This should open a HP Startup Menu which may look similar to this one Choose F9 to open Boot options. Select the thumb drive as boot option.You will now boot from Linux Mint media. Once ready and once you open the Files, you will notice it has automatically mounted your PC's HDD - you will be able to browse through your directories and copy/backup to external device the required files. Once ready, you can use the F11 option to reimage your PC / restote to factory default condition.Hope this helps, let me know how it goes.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/Recovery-manager/td-p/5840488
Due to my hard drive failing, I can only use the recovery program by pressing f11 on boot up. In the backup section, I have a 1TB external hard drive attached, with ~500 gigs of free space, and my internal harddrive had around 750 GBs used.So my question is, if I select all the backup options on the recovery manager, will the program wipe my external hard drive or will it compress the backup and make it fit in 500 GBs? I don't want my External HD to get wiped as it has a lot of family photos.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/Backup-using-HP-recovery-manager/td-p/5807549
I'm trying to restore my computer and it is absolutely driving me CRAZY! Last thursday I tried running the HP Recovery manager to restore it back to it's factory image and it kept freezing around 77%, so I chatted online with an HP customer support guy and he told me I needed to get the restore disks. I got the restore disks today and it freezes at 33%! What should I do?
Have you tried to do this in safe mode ?.
Good luck and post your results, thanks.
Hi there,I have a problem about hp recovery manager. few months ago I upgraded to the Win10, and I reset(Soft reset) my pc yesterday. after that,I tried to find HP recovery manager but I couldnt find it. I need to install HP divers to my notebook HP 3d drive guard, coolsense,beats audio etc. I am still using windows 10 and I tried to install it from internet but it didnt work. so help me to install recovery manager please.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/HP-recovery-manager-in-windows-10/td-p/5617972
I performed partition on my hp envy laptop and lost the hp recovery manager. How can I reinstall it?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Recovery-Manager-Lost/td-p/5799622
I recently bought a refurb HP Desktop. It does not come with the windows disks, so I'd like to create a windows iso to USB or disk as a backup. Microsoft website tells me to contact the manufacturer as this version of windows was a factory install. HP tell me to use the Recovery Manager software. However, this is not installed on my PC. I've looked on the HP software website for my machine and version of windows and there is no Recovery Manager available for download. Does anyone know how I can get the HP Recovery Manager to create my Windows iso backup usb or disk? Thanks, Chris
Hi, Please try the following instructions http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c01867418 Regards.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Recovery-Manager-not-Installed/td-p/5776111
Hello, I made a data backup using your program HP Backup and Recovery Manager, but when I tried the data restores gave me the error of which I am attaching the photo.How can I do x recover or repair the damaged backup ????Thank you in advance x the answer!FRANKhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/HP-Backup-and-Recovery-Manager/td-p/5774971
Where can I download HP's Backup and recovery Manager for HP Pavillion a6200n.
Somehow messed mine up
You didn't say what OS, but here is Vista link for drivers:
No Backup & Recovery there though.
apparently they don't bundle it anymore, however it is still available here:
and directions if you need:
i have hp pavilion dv6 core i7 laptop. genuinely it has amount of 20GB recovery partition. very first the recovery manager remind me to write backup disks. I did not know what was that!!! now the recovery manager not working. how can i re activate the recovery manager...OR is there any other way to active the recovery partition(F 11 NOT WORKING).
When i trying to create recovery dvds appears this error message what do
i do now??
How to make HP Recovery DVD disks:
Recover Windows Vista Operating System Using HP Recovery - HP Customer Care (United States - English)
How to make HP Recovery USB disk:
Creating a Recovery Disk on a USB Flash Disk HP Pavilion dv6700z CTO Entertainment Notebook PC - HP Customer Care (United States - English)
You can Order HP Recovery Disks from here:
Compaq Mini CQ10-500 PC series*-* HP Notebook PCs - Order Recovery Discs for Windows 7, Vista, or XP - c00810334 - HP Business Support Center
I need to do a full system recovery on my V6310US laptop running Vista Home. I have the HP recovery disk. When it gets to the second screen (reformatting Windows and reinstalling original content) of Recovery Manager, the program hangs at Progress: 15%. Is this normal? If not, what's going on? Any suggestions?
I tried one more time, and suddenly it stopped hanging and churned through the recover process and re-installed all the original programs. Now, I have anotherr problem but I will start a new thread for it if I don't find any answers in these forums.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Software-and-How-To-Questions/Recovery-Manager-Hangs/td-p/28134
I am trying to run the Recovery manager on my HP pavilion 6000 and I have followed all the steps to run it. Each time it just reloads windows and doesn't reopen to run the Recovery manager program a second time (as it is supposed to). I have tried also using the F11 option and this doesn't do anything. I tried calling HP and they were of no help, unless I wanted to pay a $40 fee to speak with tech support (with no guarantee of being able to fix it). All they could tell me was the recovery manager program may be corrupted (lots of good that does when you need it). Has anyone run into this problem or any solutions on how to get the program to run properly?http://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/258118-recovery-manager-problem.html
I reinstalled Win7 on my laptop, but I didn't use HP recovery manager. Now widows is not functioning properly and I can't find recovery manager to reinstall it again.I've tried downloading it from HP website, but I get the massege: ''Softpaq does not apply to the system no hp recovery manager installed'' when I try to install it. Please help!
Hi Jugger, I think the computer that you are having is more than 2 years old. You may use the following link to download the Recovery manager application in your computer, and that might help you to reinstall the windows 7 OS ,. I don't think , Tech Support would be able to send you the recovery software since the comp;uter is more than 2 years old.. but .. you may always call them @ 1-800-474-6836 The link i was mentioning about is : http://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-pavilion-dv6-7000-entertainment-notebook-pc-serie... Thank you for choosing HP, You have a great day, Regards, Ashok
Ashok ... HP..always working