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
I recommend downloading and running Reimage. It's a computer repair tool that has been proven to identify and fix many Windows problems with a high level of success.
I've used it in the past to identify and fix everything from blue screens (BSOD's), ActiveX errors, corrupt files and processes, dll/exe/sys errors, recover lost memory, Windows update problems, defragging, malware removal etc.
You can download it direct from this link http://downloadreimage.com/directdownload.php. (This link will automatically start a download of Reimage that you can save to your computer.)
Hello, I've used the recovery media creator to create a USB flash drive recovery media.
If i then use that to restore the Windows 7 installation onto a new hard drive (as SSD) will that drive itself have the recovery media partition on it?
So if I then lose the USB stick could I restore again by holding down zero when powering on?
Or does it recover the Windows partition and nothing more?
Does anyone have a resolution for this issue of all options disabled: All the options are disabled.I've have tried to Create Recovery USB flash drive using the HP System BIOS Update Utility.MY HP 350 G1 will not boot. CapLock blinks twice. Need to Recover the Bios with the above procedure.I've attempted to create this uSB flash on 7 different pc's. Does not work.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/Creating-the-BIOS-recovery-media-The-Create-Recovery-USB/td-p/5752277
The recovery partition on my laptop was deleted so I obtained the Recovery Media Disks from HP for my laptop. The laptop does not have a CD/DVD drive. How do I go about creating the Recovery Media on a USB flash drive? -Does it have to be done on the laptop that I want to recover, or can I create the USB Recovery drive on a different PC Thanks,Mark
Hi, My suggestion: try an external Optical drive or send it back and ask for USB key/flash drive because DVD and USB do not have same structure. I don't know ripping DVD to ISO file work or not but you may want to try. Regards.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Create-USB-Recovery-Media-from-Recovery-disks/td-p/5787164
Acer products that ship with Windows have a recovery partition built into the harddrive with software that will allow you to initiate a recovery from within Windows as well as create a USB recovery incase something happens nbsp This is the most important tool you'll have to help you with your PC moving forward We can't stress enough how important it is to make your recovery media as it will be invaluable when you need it the most and can save time and money having to order a set from your local Acer support team nbsp This is espectially true nbsp with Windows we have seen many users attempt to use the Microsoft Media Creation Tool and do a clean install of Windows Unfortunately this does not allow for your current Windows Key to be ugpraded to support Windows Users will be instructed to restore their system perform updates and let Windows upgrade to Windows accordingly If you don't have your recovery media you will need to contact your local support team to inquire about the availability and pricing for new media and then wait for it to be shipped nbsp We do have documentation online which I'll link below detailing the steps of how to initiate a recovery from the HDD your best to recovery way f... It's the media! Create how to create backup media USB or DVD depending on the system and how to use that backup media if and when you need it nbsp Acer Recovery Management http acer custhelp com app answers detail Create your recovery media! It's the best way to f... a id nbsp Thanks Cory nbsphttp://community.acer.com/t5/Windows-10/Create-your-recovery-media-It-s-the-best-way-to-fix-anything/td-p/381999
I have an HP dv6000z series i didnt buy the System Recovery DVD for windows xp media can someone help me out on how i can create it please?
also when i upgrade to my free vista, will there be a System Recovery DVD for it also?
I have created a recovery USB drive. Hpw to create another USB recovery drive from that or from recoverymedia creator tool
Use image copying tool for usb drive.Windows does have its own built in backup tools too :-SYou can also use image copying for your hdd backup which far more reliable than recovery media.Good tool look at is minitool partition wizard, have free pc & bootable version, bootable version very useful tool .https://www.partitionwizard.com/free-partition-manager.htmlhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/How-to-create-more-than-one-recovery-media/td-p/5665709
Acer products that ship with Windows have a recovery partition built into the harddrive with software that will allow you to initiate a recovery from within Windows as well as create a USB recovery incase something happens nbsp This is the most important tool you'll have to help you with your PC moving forward We can't stress enough how important it is to make your recovery media as it will be invaluable when you need best your the It's to f... recovery Create way media! it the most and can save time and money having to order a set from your local Acer support team nbsp This is espectially true nbsp with Windows we have seen many users attempt to use the Microsoft Media Creation Tool and Create your recovery media! It's the best way to f... do a clean install of Windows Unfortunately this does not allow for your current Windows Key to be ugpraded Create your recovery media! It's the best way to f... to support Windows Users will be instructed to Create your recovery media! It's the best way to f... restore their system perform updates and let Windows upgrade to Windows accordingly If you don't have your recovery media you will need to contact your local support team to inquire about the availability and pricing for new media and then wait for it to be shipped nbsp We do have documentation online which I'll link below detailing the steps of how to initiate a recovery from the HDD how to create backup media USB or DVD depending on the system and how to use that backup media if and when you need it nbsp Acer Recovery Management http acer custhelp com app answers detail a id nbsp Thanks Cory nbsphttp://community.acer.com/t5/Windows-10/Create-your-recovery-media-It-s-the-best-way-to-fix-anything/td-p/381999/jump-to/first-unread-message
Hi, have to create DVD media on a ThinkCentre A70 from Recovery partition. When i try to create media a message tell that's impossible to find "recovburncd.exe". How to restore it ? Thanks for help.
(mod edit: Updated post to say "ThinkCentre A70" since this isn't a ThinkStation model as originally stated, plus moved thread to the correct discussion board)
Welcome to the forum
Do you have a ThinkPad P70 by chance? There is no E70 model of ThinkStation. There are other E-series ThinkStation models but not a 70.
Was your system purchased new or used? Have you altered or deleted any partitions? Have you uninstalled any software from the preload?
I recieved my new Dell XPS8900 on Friday. It was preinstalled with win 7 pro and came with Win 7 pro operating system install DVD.
I immediately upgraded to Win 10.
My problem is I cannot create recovery media.
If I use Microsoft Windows Settings - Create A Recovery Drive I get error:
"We can't create a recovery drive on this PC. Some required files are missing. To troubleshoot problems when your PC can't start use your windows installation disc or media"
If I use the preinstalled Dell App "Recovery Media Creator" I get error:
"Recovery Media Error. The recovery environment is not enabled on this system.Recovery Media creation cannot proceed..."
How can I create recovery media for my PC?
Or is my PC setup designed to now allow creation of Recovery media?
Hello,Wanted to create recovery disks (for a first time after purchase) but this option is not available in Recovery manager.I've updated my pre-installed windows 7 to Windows 10 for free. Maybe this is the reason?How can I create at least windwos 7 recovery media? Thank you.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/Can-t-create-recovery-media/td-p/5639267
Tried to create recovery media (my first time). In response to request for memory stick of at leas 17 GB I inserted a new memory stick of 32GB. Computer responded "insufficient memory". Turned out memory stic was non-functional so went and exchanged it for one we proved out in the shop. Began process again, but at the step where it says only one recovery file can be created, it would go no further- "Continue" was greyed out. How can I make a recovery file?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Cannot-create-Recovery-media/td-p/5787227
Sir I need some help here.I cant use my HP Create Recovery Media. I cant create recovery media by USB flash drive or by CD. i tried to reinstall my windows 7 system and when the installation finished and reboot, something pops up like a DOS command for about 1 to 2 seconds as you can see below. maybe its because of this that I cant create a recovery media.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/Can-t-create-recovery-media-through-USB-and-CD/td-p/5636578
I go to create a usb recovery drive and my PC say that one has already been created when I have not created one. Do I have to reformat to be able do it again?http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/543916/go-to-create-recovery-media-and-it-says-that-i-have-already-created-one/
As others have reported (e.g., en.community.dell.com/.../19668993), I'm having a problem creating Windows 10 recovery media. I'm following exactly the instructions here: but always receive the error message "We can't create the recovery drive / A problem occurred while creating the drive" a few minutes into the process.
This is on an XPS 8900 Special Edition, pre-installed Windows 10 Home 64-bit. I've tried two different 16 Gb flash drives, both formatted to NTFS.
Is this happening because these drives in fact have less than 16 Gb available (since hardware manufacturers measure storage sizes differently from software, and Windows reports only 14.6 Gb free on the drives)? Would a 32 Gb drive work?
Try creating using USB2 rather than USB3 ports.
Also keep in mind that SSD's and Flash Drives Retention is 52 weeks or less meaning based on the storage temperature they can lose all their data in less than 1 week in a hot environment aka in your car at 150 degrees.
The Detrapping of data is like a charged battery where the 1's and zero's go away.
Windows 7 pro 64bit. Brand new, out of the box system, only installed VPN software and joined my work domain. Trying to create recovery media on a brand new Sandisk 32Gb flash drive. It works for a few min building it then fails saying I need to format it (it is). I then can no longer read the flash drive. I have to put it into an older laptop, and in disk manager create a new simple volume and format the drive again.
I have updated all the drivers on the laptop. Has anybody used this Dell app before with success?
I purchased recovery media but it turned out to be only Windows OS. Since it didn't come with drivers and applications, I need the program that will let me create the media from the recovery partition. Can I get this application from Dell? Can anyone help.http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/software-os/f/3524/t/19993282
I was attempting to create the recovery disks for the HP Window 8.0 laptop. HP Recovery Manager needed 5 disks. After 2 disks made done, I returned to my laptop and saw Window ask me to update Window 8.1. I updated it to Window 8.1.After Window 8.1 update done, when returning HP Recovery manager, it asked me to continue the third recovery disks. I selected "Continue". However, Disk 3 verified failed at 2%, the pop up window asked me to use another disk and try again. I attempted twice but both are failed.How do I fix this to create the entire recovery disks? Thank you for your suggestions.Best Regards,Truc C. Nguyen
Below are the answer from HP forum:12-09-2014 09:22 PMYou can order Recovery Media from your support page. Scroll down the list of drivers/software to see the option to order. http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/... There is a slight chance you may get a free set if you call HP Support & tell them your laptop fails in the creation process. 800-474-6836======================I called HP Tech Support at 800-474-6836And they asked me S/N number and Product number. I did not have them on hand while travellingI will post following up after I return and call HP in the week of Christmas.Truc C. Nguyenhttp://www.computing.net/answers/windows-8/error-verify-when-create-backup-disks-in-hp-recovery-manager/1563.html
How do I create a bootable XP Recovery Console CD when no XP media is available
ARCDC - Artellos.com recovery consolehttp://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/501320/create-bootable-xp-recovery-console-cd-when-no-xp-media-available/
I can no longer boot Windows 8.1. I do not currently have an upgrade media. Not sure what steps to take as I originally purchased Windows 8 as an Upgrade. What do I do? Do I try and find a Win8.1 iso and attempt to create a recovery disk from it?
Ive been using Windows 10 on another hard drive connected to this computer. I needed to check out some programs today on Windows 8.1, which I haven't used in a while and it wont boot. Has a blue screen with an error about winload.exe.
Ive downloaded this file OSGS14-WindowsSetupBox-32bitand64bit-English-4141408 but I cant even get past the Product Key portion. I enter what I know is my Product Key but it wont accept it. Im sure this has something to do with my original version of Win 8 Pro being an Upgrade. Which of course, when this is the case, MS has seemingly made it harder for recovery options should something go wrong.
Ive also tried another method by using an ISO on USB. I don't get any Command Prompt option and an attempt to Repair results in Scanning/fixing errors but that seems to stop after a minute, PC reboots and im back to the Blue screen error.
Sir I need some help here.I cant use my HP Create Recovery Media. I cant create recovery media by USB flash drive or by CD. everytime i tried to do it, it corrupts my flash drive.i tried to reinstall my windows 7 system and when the installation finished and reboot, something pops up like a DOS command for about 1 to 2 seconds and then disappears as you can see the message below.maybe its because of this that I cant create a recovery media.im planning again to reinstall a clean copy of windows 7.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/can-t-create-recovery-media-by-usb-flash-drive-or-by-CD/td-p/5638495
i have acer aspire v3-571..... windows 8 pre installed.... the problem is with "creating recovery media or disc"....
when i try to create recovery using ACER RECOVERY MANAGEMENT......
"HARDWARE SETTING IS NOT SET TO DEFAULT" ... so i cant take recovery
now when i try to refresh my pc it ask to insert "insert recover media"
what can i do......?
the pc came with windows 8 and most likely was upgraded to windows 8.1..
that broke the link to the factory recovery..
You can download windows 8.1 media - link in sig below..
So got to ask - you want to go back to factory 8 and upgrade?
Or clean install windows 8.1?
I have recently purchased (July 2016) an S500 but cannot find a way to build factory recovery media.The system is Windows 10 factory downgraded to Windows 7. I know it has a recovery partitionbut in the event of complete hard disk failure I would like to have a back CD's or USB stickhttps://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkCentre-A-E-M-S-Series/S500-Thinkcentre-create-Windows-7-recovery-media/td-p/3381325
It hangs when I insert my external drive. So have search for a solution and have not found anything that works.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Hp-pavilion-g7-1260us-Win-7-create-recovery-media-is-hanging/td-p/5729737
I have recently purchased (July 2016) an S500 but cannot find a way to build factory recovery media.The system is Windows 10 factory downgraded to Windows 7. I know it has a recovery partitionbut in the event of complete hard disk failure I would like to have a back CD's or USB stick
This? How to creating Recovery Media for Windows 7https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Lenovo-A-B-C-N-S-Flex-Horizon/S500-Thinkcentre-create-Windows-7-recovery-media/td-p/3381325
I'm attempting to burn factory recovery disks on a lenovo T430u windows 7 professional sp 1. I using DVD-R to made one recovery disk but can't make the other due to error rc31. Is there a fix for this?
first try and make an iso image of the Lenovo_recovery using any iso software like gizmo, or imgburn or burnware etc.. and then Mount the Iso image file and try and do the same thinghttp://www.sevenforums.com/backup-restore/328055-error-create-recovery-media-unexpected-errored-rc-31-a.html
Ok, I'm a dummy and I didn't make a recovery disk when I had the chance and now my hard disk is failing and I can't make it back into Windows. Luckily, I was able to copy all my essential files, so that's not an issue. My Goal: Somehow restore my computer to it's original state with a new hard drive. My question: Is it possible to create a recovery disk without actually entering Windows 8? For example, can I create one via the advanced boot menu? Or maybe via the command prompt? (I would anticipate creating the media on a USB stick.) Can't find any instructions that don't begin wtih the Windows 8 desktop... Thanks!https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Lenovo-Yoga-Series-Notebooks/Create-Recovery-Media-from-Boot-Menu-or-Command-Prompt-Lenovo/td-p/3356898
For a little while now, I have been working on scripting programs. I joined this forum with a question about a partition program I was working on. Then I added windows setup, added WIM Boot, and added windows features to it, all while using WinPE..
Then I started using WinRE instead of WinPE.. What I have figured out is that I can use WinRE to partition my hard drive,
install a clean version of windows, install system drivers and write a recovery image partition.. Within a short period of time..
I would like to share my project with all of you.. It works very much in line with Bare Metal Reset Recovery Media.. I just scripted a few programs to help create that media, with a little help from Microsoft TechNet and this forum..
Your Questions, Comments or Suggestions are Welcome..
Thanks for sharing. It may be a while before I look at it or do anything with it. I'll down load the files now though, before this thread disappears off of the page out of site.
I'm not an IT guy so it will be something to play around with in my spare time.
When trying to create the recovery media DVD with the Toshiba tool "Recovery Media Creator" after upgrading to Windows 10 I received the following message: "Error to open the following file E:\Boot\BCD - error code: 020123-F1-00000000"
I am using a Toshiba Satellite L755
Any idea how to proceed to solve it?
Thanks in advance.
I am working on my sisters Toshiba L d-S notebook windows gb amd v processor gb drive Started with error msg at boot quot encountered a problem communicating with create from as to partition mounted usb-external drive recovery how recovery dvd's a device at startup quot Couldn t get by this error took out drive inserted into usb-enclosure and tested numerous sector errors She has also lost the recovery disks I made for her I used partition software to scan just the recovery partition and there are no errors reported there What I would like to do is to copy to a flash drive or make new recovery dvd s from this recovery partition then I can use the coa from the back of the notebook if necessary how to create recovery dvd's from recovery partition mounted as usb-external drive for full install onto a new hard drive However I can t use the toshiba notebook for this I can only use my desktop pc for the xfer using the toshiba hard drive as a usb external drive and the toshiba media creator software will not install onto my desktop pc doesn t give me a reason I would prefer to go the dvd-route but flash drive would be ok too Any info is appreciated thanks nbsp
Dear Dell I am trying to create recovery a 8 Recovery is Backup Windows to DVD Recovery Unable on Create and Dell discs from quot Dell backup and Recovery Dell Backup and Recovery is Unable to Create a Recovery DVD on Windows 8 application quot however when i was asked to insert the second DVD the optical drive keeps rejecting the DVD The application will not continue to burn the second DVD and appears to be frozen I tyied with different brands makers of DVD and also - R Unfortunately Issue remains I was able to find this article nbsp nbsp Published on - - nbsp relative link http support dell com support topics global aspx support kcs document c us amp cs amp docid amp doclang en amp l en amp s dhs nbsp Although i have done the updates i am still not able to create recovery discs nbsp nbsp Current Issue nbsp after inserting the nbsp rd Disc application gives the following message quot Dbr exe -No disc found quot and stays there and rejects the DVD nbsp I spoke with Dell s Greek Support team I was told that warranty does not cover sw support even if my unit is less than a week old Furthermore i was informed that although quot Dell backup and recovery quot application says DELL is not actually a Dell product thus they can t support it They suggested my to use windows file recovery instead which needs at least DVDs As you can understand this is a workaround and not a Solution I hope that someone from Dell is going to look into it and revert with a specific answer and permanent solution nbsp nbsp Model nbsp inspiron nbsp nbsp Thank you
You can try to uninstall and re-install Dell Backup and Recovery Manager and Dell Support Center. Follow these steps:
Press Windows+ 'X' key on the keyboard.
Select 'Programs and Features' from the context menu that appears on the left bottom corner.
Uninstall Dell Backup and Recovery Manager and Dell Support Center from the application list.
Hereafter, check the BIOS version installed on the laptop. Press Windows + 'R' key, type msinfo32 and press Enter. Locate the BIOS version. If it is A04, the BIOS update is not required. If not, update BIOS. Before flashing the BIOS please check the following:* No external devices (printer, USB drive, SD card, DVD) should be connected.* All other programs should be closed and documents saved.* The AC adapter and battery should be connected during this process. The battery should be 10% or more than 10% charged.
Here is the link for BIOS update: http://dell.to/VBwSAh. The laptop will reboot after this update. Visit this link: http://dell.to/VBz1fr and click Dell Support Center. Download and install the application. Once done, visit this link: http://bit.ly/UUjIs0 and install Dell Backup and Recovery Manager. Reboot the computer and check if you are able to create the recovery media.
Please try these steps and share the status.
I had this in the wrong section earlier and got no help, so trying again here. I'm trying to create a Recovery disc on a USB pen drive for my laptop (Asus Zenbook), as it doesn't have a CDROM. I'm following the instructions here to create the recovery disc on a USB pen drive. The problem I have is that when I look in the C:\Recovery folder, it looks empty to me. And yes, I have run the command prompt as Administrator. I can't proceed without this step in the process.
Can anyone help?
That partitcion is hidden. Use backup from controll panel or try mini tool partitcian wizard home edition.http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/344342-why-my-c-recovery-folder-empty-trying-create-recovery-disc.html
Hi all I'm new here, so I hope this is the right sub-forum for this question. I'm trying to create a Recovery disc for my laptop (Asus Zenbook), and as it doesn't have a CDROM, I'm following the instructions here 95 - Make a bootable Windows Recovery USB Flash drive from a Windows 7 system - RMPrepUSB to create the recovery disc on a USB pen drive. The problem I have is that when I look in the C:\Recovery folder, it looks empty to me. And yes, I have run the command prompt as Administrator. I can't proceed without this step in the process. Can anyone help? thanks
We always assume you have made your Recovery Disks using the OEM manufacturer's Recovery Media Creator app the first day you had your new PC.
& made the Startup Repair CD.
startup repair disc-create
Did you make the OEM manufacturer's Recovery Disks?
Before you start make your Recovery disk.
Disable Boot Booster in BIOS setup before you perform system recovery from USB flash disk, external optical drive or hidden partition.
1. Press <F9> during bootup.
Ensure to press <F9> only once during bootup.
2. Select the language you use and click to continue.
3. Repeat the step 1—2 in the previous section.
4. Connect a USB storage device to your Eee PC and click Backup in the Recovery System dialog box to start the recovery files backup.
The size of the connected USB storage device should be larger than 16GB.
Memory cards are not supported for this function.
A dialog box appears as a reminder if you have not connected the USB storage device for system recovery backup to your Eee PC.
5. Select a desired USB storage device if more than one USB storage device is connected to your Eee PC and click Continue.
6. All the data on the selected USB storage device will be cleared. Click Continue to start the backup or click Back to backup your important data.
You will lose all your data on the selected USB storage device. Ensure to back up your important data beforehand
7. The system backup starts and click OK when done.
This “HowTo” provides information and instruction how to create a USB recovery media flash drive using the Toshiba recovery ISO image files or Toshiba Recovery discs (DVDs)
To create a USB recovery media flash drive, a USB flash drive with at least 16GB disk space is suggested (depends on the size of the ISO images or recovery discs).
Note: Since 2015 the ISO layout has changed and a different procedure must be processed to create the USB media. The new recovery media type can be identified by the names of the ISO files.
More info: http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/HTD4103KB0000R01.htm
My Laptop came preloaded with Windows 7 Home Premium and I would like to create system recovery disks. I have a drive labeled RECOVERY (D. How do I create recovery disks from this drive?
We know nothing about your laptop, so it's hard to say. Who made it?? What model?
You probably have to access some program, either from a choice in your list of programs or through a particular keystroke during the boot process. Look in your list of available programs for something related to recovery or consult your manual.
I have owned from new my HP 250 G4 3 weeks now and rather happy with it however I enterd the Recovery Manager to make a set of recovery media and when I go through the proceedure of calculating the disc space that wouldl be required it only gives me the option to insert a USB drive with a capacity of at least 16 GB then click the next button. Their is no option for DVD recovery dISC. The mannual I read says I can make 1 set of recovery media only and it can be either USB drive or DVD. Could somene clearify if it should be possible to make a recovery DVD with the 250 G4 model, also confirm if it should be possible to make 1 set of recovery DVD and 1 USB drive recovery, or only 1 choosing between USB or DVD . Thank you for any help given
Hi, You can only make one USB or DVD's set but not both. There are many laptops now do not have optical drive (CD/DVD drive), HP may drop this option. Sorry I can't aswer this but that would be the way to go. Regards.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Recovery-manager-media-creation-usb-drive-option-only/td-p/5645163
Well I finished my project - the program script allows me to create MBR and GPT hard drive partitions with a recovery image partition. The script also allows me to install 3 different versions of windows. and lastly it allows me to capture a recovery (push button reset) image. which can then be used to create recovery media..
Here is the Menu Snippet:
(A) CREATE A "BIOS_MBR TYPE" PARTITION STRUCTURE
(B) CREATE A "UEFI_GPT TYPE" PARTITION STRUCTURE
(C) CAPTURE AND CREATE A "BIOS_MBR TYPE" RECOVERY
(D) CAPTURE AND CREATE A "UEFI TYPE" RECOVERY
(I) INSTALL MICROSOFT WINDOWS FROM THIS USB DRIVE
(X) QUIT THIS PROGRAM
WinPE 5.1 was the preinstallation environment use for testing
Good one! I always have to go back and look up the procedure and commands when doing this. Really a help for an old brain.http://www.eightforums.com/installation-setup/57595-create-recovery-partition-recovery-image.html
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 Guys I hope that this doesn't sound too silly a question, but here goes: Laptop bought Dec 2014, Win 8. Updated to Win 8.1. Now upgraded to Win 10 via the MS free upgrade. I then ran the "Create recovery media tool" and produced the recovery drive (19GB+) - ie just after the Win 10 upgrade. Does anyone know if I can verify if the USB I have created holds Windows 8, 8.1 or 10? Also, can anyone explain why the same process (home made PC rather than HP laptop) produces a recovery drive of just over 4GB? Both USBs were created within an hour of each other, and each of the computers has virtually the same 3rd party software on them. Many thanks for your sagacious help. ChilliFix
ChilliFix, welcome to the forum. I believe that the Recovery media will be for Windows 8. This is the original OS. The app to make it is set for the original configuration. You would be able to Reset the computer to Win 10 using the Recovery Manager, however. I am not certain of the reason for the difference in the size of the Recovery media. I believe that it has to do with the fact that it Recovers the OS and all of the apps, as well as, the Recovery partition. This would be done on a custom computer. Please click the Thumbs up + button if I have helped you and click Accept as Solution if your problem is solved.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/does-create-recovery-media-utility-create-utility-for/td-p/5599787
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
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
Hi Folks nbsp I have an XPS which was running a fully updated version of Windows nbsp Using Dell Backup and Recovery free edition I created a Factory Backup of Recovery Media to DVD nbsp So far so good So now the hard drive failed and I ve installed its replacement nbsp I boot off the 8.1 How for Recovery Recovery after to Windows use Drive Media Hard Replacement Recovery Media How to use Recovery Media for Windows 8.1 Recovery after Hard Drive Replacement but there are NO OPTIONS to recover that actually work nbsp On the initial screen I get Troubleshoot or Turn off your PC So I choose Troubleshoot nbsp I m then presented with Refresh Reset Advanced Options and Command Prompt nbsp Refresh says the drive is locked and to unlock it first huh nbsp If I choose a quot Reset quot I m presented with a seemingly related issue quot Unable to Reset your PC A required drive partition is missing quot Why isn t there a quot Press this stupid button and we ll reinstall everything off the Recovery Media you created quot nbsp This seems totally absurd nbsp Am I losing my mind Thanks in advance
I would suggest you to try booting the system with the recovery discs again so that this time it will boot using the disc. If you’re still facing the same issue the recovery disc may be corrupt. Please send me a private message with the computer's service tag, Name registered during the system purchase and email address so that I can check and assist you further. To send a private message, click on my name and send private message.
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
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
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
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
.... 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.
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
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
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
Hi All,When I turn on my laptop, I've a message with error code 0xc0000034 file:\BCD advising to use recovery tools.I've downloaded Windows image and created recovery usb. However when I turn the laptop on and press F buttons to get to options so I could perform recovery, nothing happens. I have one blue screen with error code and when I press escape it takes me to a black screen to start up menu with options to use F buttons but when I press any F button, nothing happens.Could someone please help me?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/Unable-to-perform-system-recovery-using-recovery-media/td-p/5643603
Before I updated my laptop to Windows 10 I created a factory recovery media with Dell Backup and Recovery as suggested by Dell. The upgrade went very well, but now I am getting reminders from Dell to update my recovery media. However, when I use Dell Backup and Recovery and click the Update Your Recovery Media option, it always says near the end of the update that an error occurred during the process. What is the cause of this error? Is it possible to create another factory recovery media using the same USB drive that I used to create the current one, i.e. overwrite the current recovery data with new data? Thanks for any information.
I have the same issue.http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/laptop/f/3518/t/19665288
I have the 3 Recovery DVD's for my Acer Aspire 8530G (the original hard disk has been replaced, so there is no longer the option to create any new DVD's from Acer Recovery programm).I want to make a Recovery USB stick from their contents, that can run the same recovery installation (or factory reset) like the DVD's do.Is there a way to do this?http://community.acer.com/t5/Legacy-Laptops-and-Netbooks/Create-Recovery-USB-stick-from-Recovery-DVD-s/td-p/451764
I created a Factory Recovery Media on a Flash Drive from Dell Backup & Recovery Panel.
Do I still need to keep the Factory Recovery Partition (6GB) on my C:\ Drive?
Or can I delete this partition and still be able to restore my Software back to it's factory image using the bootable Recovery media Flash Drive?
Thank You for writing to us!
We would not recommend you to delete the factory image on the system,also please check the factory image that you have backed up.
Almost 2 years ago I got this PC at Costco. I made the media recovery on HP DVD-Rs back then.Now I had a bug and it was necessary to wipe everything out.I tried using those DVD's but it didn't work (now I know I was doing it wrong) so I did the download version from the HP site.It does not include the Office that came with the computer.So now I'm ready to do it over again with the recovery DVD's but they don't work. Followed the instructions from HP and tried all the options.Buying recovery CD's from HP is no longer available.What are my other options to get Office back now, and for the future if I have to do a recovery again?Thank you for anyone who can reply.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/Problems-with-media-recovery-and-recovery-DVD-s-don-t-work/td-p/5638114
Tried searching for the answer...my Lenovo x230 has a partitioned 13gb. It says you can recover this disk space if you create recovery media; however when I do that it says..."Windows 7 only allows one copy of the operating system." Anything that I can do? I actually don't even plan on recovering the space but just want a backup in case the partitioned drive fails.
Just create an image to use, have a look through the information in this tutorial at the link below for some additional ideas and be sure to post back with any further questions you may have and to keep us informed.
Imaging with free Macrium
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
Ok so things have gone to pot and I don t know where the fault lies between a damned virus and my own mistakes in trying to fix the 7 Boot Media Solved: failed Windows Toshiba Windows A505 Recovery and Manager laptop I have a Toshiba Satellite A -S serial number Y Q with Windows Gb HDD at rpm and Gb RAM I think that s all correct Solved: Windows 7 Toshiba A505 Windows Boot Manager and Recovery Media failed Anyway long story short I got a b tch of a virus which apparantly was doing all sorts of nasty things to the explorer exe file in particular So I backed up all my important stuff files Uni work writings music and photos etc onto an external hard-drive and went about restoring the laptop to out-of-box factory settings by making the Windows Recovery Media Discs But when I try to use the discs I get told after about minutes The Toshiba Recovery Wizard quot Can t read from the source file or disk PREINST SW quot with options to Try Again The same thing happens or Skip Same message again or Cancel in which case I m back where I started After the Recovery Wizard failed I chose the option to erase the hard-drive it then appeared that when I turn on the laptop as normal I was told lt Error gt F -F - and the Recovery Media Disks still refuse to work Now if I turn on the laptop as normal a message t elling me to insert the installation disc choose language and click quot repair your computer quot So I put in the recovery disc and get the same message Toshiba can t help as my A is an American model in Britain and out of warranty anyway Europe Toshiba HQ don t supply the recovery media for the A and the American based Toshiba aren t allowed to send the Recovery Media to Europe so apparantly I get no help from them And Microsoft can t help me because my laptop was purchased with everything pre-installed so the codes associated with my Windows and Office are comletely irrelevent I have been told that I need to purchase a compeltely new hard-drive and purchase Windows brand new to get my laptop back up and running Purchasing a new OS isn t too much of an issue because I can just get XP for a tenner validate it with Microsoft and then get a student upgrade onto W -Ult for So in total I m fine with that But do I need a new hard-drive too Or can I rescue everything I already had nbsp
Wow! 180 views and so much assistance. Thank you, all.
Sorry, not meaning to sound sarcastic, I just expected a bit of help; even if it was to tell me I had been idiotic screwed it up myself and may as well throw the laptop away!
Regardless, I am only replying today to say that I believe the problem has resolved itself. I was able to use an image of Windows XP to place drivers and an OS on the hard drive. From there I was able to use the Recovery Discs afforementioned, which have now worked and I have Win7 back up and running. It wasn't as simple as I just made it sound because I don't really understand how I have fixed it, but fixed it I have.
I am trying to take back up of the files from my Laptop.
I used it for 2-3 days.
I connected my laptop with a hard disk.
2. Factory recovery media. After starting the application, following error poped up:an error occurred while creating the factory recovery media dell
3. Data back up to hard disk. No issues for this point
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I recently was forced to run the Media Center ver 2005, recovery disk, it was successfully. I can access the Recover folder but can't access the Doc/Settngs folder within the recovery folder ... all other folders are accessible ??? Am I just SOL or is there a way to access this folder ??
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
I have a handful of questions and issues with quot Create Recovery Drive quot How dose Windows Recovery disk Recovery USB Create Cannot work When I first tried to create a recovery drive it specifies the drive size I Cannot Create Recovery USB would need One said I would need a USB that would take up to GB Cannot Create Recovery USB the other specifies Gb Since USB drives come in it's denominations of I got GB and GB respectively The annoying thing is the PC that asks for up to GB and I put in GB only did an GB of recovery data on the USB Then I should have put in a GB USB Would have been cheaper Does Recovery USB Drives need to be recreated once in a while as an update since system files are added to the USB I have three Windows PCs I need to create Recovery Drives on each of them with system files inclusive New Del Desktop arrived with Windows Bit It asks for a USB that would take GB I inserted GB but it created a recovery drive that is GB only Why I wish it would have asked for Gb so I don't have to spend to get the Gb USB By the way when I inserted a GB USB it would not continue Dell notebook XPS upgraded from Windows Bit to Windows Bit When I tried to create a Recovery USB drive it asks for Gb USB When I continued it stalled at a windows that would not highlight the quot NEXT quot button This button is grayed so I cannot create a Recovery USB Why Third PC is a HP desktop I upgraded from Window Bit to Windows Bit The Create Recovery USB with system files did not work When I started the recovery it just kept chunning and chunning for a very long time and will not stop Why So it looks like the upgraded PCs would not create a Recovery USB quite ironic Thanks in advance
1) They always estimate on the safe side for recovery drive usb sizes.
2) That is a good idea but with new way Windows 10 has major build upgrades , you really to recreate the recovery disk after each major build update, and as a result there are not that many interim updates anyway, and it will update on line. Still doesn't take one ng to recreate recovery usb sticks.
3) Cannot explain unless it needs space for temporary files which get deleted.
4) and 5) - yeah lots of odd issues arise with upgrades that do not arise for clean installs.
Actually, unlike Windows 7, recovery usb sticks are not that critical, as they are not really any different to a usb installation stick, especially as MS are keeping the download iso pretty much up to date.
So you only really need one 8GB drive for all your devices (install files are compressed).
Actually, the best recovery option for each device is to create a full system image backup (recommend Macrium Reflec Free). This needs an external usb hard disk.
I recently purchased a Dell Inspiron - from Best Buy and I am having some issues with the computer out of the box I was under a heavy debate with myself on whether to make a switch to Apple with this Recovery Cannot Create USB recent purchase My main decision for this purchase was based purely on the availability of upgrades to the system I was really looking for a system with a solid state drive but I decided that it shouldn t be too hard to upgrade the system with a solid state drive Before making my purchase I verified that the system would be upgradable with a solid state drive research on Crucial com Along with the purchase of the laptop I bought a PNY GB solid state drive Since purchasing the laptop I have been unable to install the solid state drive as I am unable to create a recovery in order to install the operating system on the new drive When I attempt to create a USB recovery I receive the error quot We can t create the recovery drive A problem occured while creating the recovery drive quot There is no other information or code along with this error I am using a flash drive with at least GB of storage I have tried to use a different flash drive and have tried using a different USB port I have tried creating the recovery in a clean boot environment disabling starup items disabling all non-microsoft services and restarting the system I have also recovered the system from the recovery partition and retried all previous troubleshooting I have also searched the Dell and Windows technical support pages and while I have found that other users are experiencing the same problem there is no solution posted answers microsoft com be c -b bf- c -ad -e b dc be commweb-ps us dell com I am not sure if this is related but I did find an error in Event Viewer stating quot Cryptographic Services failed while processing the OnIdentity call in the System Writer Object Details AddLegacyDriverFiles Unable to back up image of binary Microsoft Link-Layer Discovery Protocol System Error Access is denied quot I also came accross an issue as I was attempting to submit an email to Dell support on this issue where my wireless adapter became disabled When I went into the Network Adapter Settings I was unable to enable the wireless apapter If I rebooted the system it seemed to resolve the issue for a short time I then uninstalled the McAfee that was pre-installed on the system and this did not resolve the issue either I would really like to get this issue resolved as soon as possible as I have purchased this laptop for work and would like to be able to use it as intended Yes I understand that the computer is technically working properly except for the recovery drive tool However I don t want to have to install and configure Cannot Create USB Recovery the laptop multiple times before I get to use it I do really like this laptop and would hate to have to take it back to purchase an Apple
I purchased the same computer a Dell Inspiron 13 7352 and I am receiving the message "We can't create the recovery drive. A problem occurred while creating the recovery drive.". It seems that maybe Dell needs to figure this out. I called Dell and have talked to no less than 10 people and they keep saying that I have reached the wrong department. The last person put me on hold over an hour ago. I am only staying on the phone to see how long it actually takes. This is the first Dell product that I have ever purchased and so far, I am not impressed. I hope I haven't made a mistake by purchasing a Dell product.http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/software-os/f/4997/t/19647368
I upgraded to Win 10 Pro. I created a boot disc, repair disc.
Now, I'd like to be able to recover from a system crash. How do do I create a recovery disc with the win system on it?
Your best option is to create HDD image. Acronis True Image: http://www.acronis.com/ - not free, but the bestFree alternatives:- Macrium Reflect: http://www.macrium.com/ReflectFree.asp- DriveImage XML: http://www.runtime.org/driveimage-xml.htm (tutorial: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/tutorial160.html)- Paragon Drive Backup: http://www.paragon-software.com/home/db-express/http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/585571/how-to-create-a-win-10-recovery-disc/
Can anyone advise me how to create a recovery partition like those new HP computer? Thanks.
I found an article from PC MagazineMake a Recovery PartitionHope this is of some helphttp://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/126539/create-recovery-partition/
How could i create a recovery partition, so that i could reinstall windows xp?
And if anyone can give me extra info that would be real helpful.
thx in advance.
It's a bad idea to make one. You have limited access to the partition, and it is useless if the drive fails. Just use your original CD or make an image of the drive on an external.
By mistake my little brother have formated the recovery partition.I am not able to refresh the PC through update&recovery option in PC settings...I have HP pavilion 15 notebook.windows 8.1 single language. Please guide me create the partition again.......
Hello, Thank you for posting in the HP Support forum. Welcome! I am afraid you cannot create recovery partitions if they are deleted. End users cannot do it. If the computer originally came with Windows preinstalled by HP (e.g. OEM Windows), then you can purchase recovery media from HP. They are usually cheap. You can use it to restore your computer to factory default condition. Here is how to do it:>> http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/bph07143>> http://www8.hp.com/us/en/contact-hp/ww-phone-assist.html And once you receive the recovery media [DVDs or USB pen drive], here is how to use it to restore back to factory/Windows default condition:>> http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03489643>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PC3sUc3lr3E If the computer originally did not come with Windows preinstalled, but you installed it on your own after that, then you need to use Windows installation media to reinstall Windows. You can get Windows installation ISO images from Microsoft web site and then burn it on a DVD >> https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows8>> http://www.howtogeek.com/80094/how-to-burn-an-iso-image-in-windows-7/ Please, let me know if this helps and works for you. Don't hesitate to post back for follow-up questions.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/How-to-create-recovery-partition/td-p/5658025
I have just bought a HP laptop with W10 on.
I am trying to create a usb recovery drive but is has now stopped twice, saying that it is unable to complete the task.
Any help/suggestions would be gratefully received.
Hi,I have just bought my HP Pavilion and wanted to create recovery disk and I can not do it. I followed the instructions and I could not do it. I know it can be done just once. I bought laptop with Windows 10. how can i find out it was done before as the laptop was bought new but second hand. so someone could use it before. I am very angry that i can not do it. it happened to me before that i did not create recovery disk for my last laptop and it was very costly to get it fixed when i needed to reinstall system. is there any other way to do it?I would be very grateful if you could help.Sylvihttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/can-t-create-recovery-disc/td-p/5655356
making a recovery disk set using the hp utility. made 3 disk fine but upon inserting the 4th and final disk, the utility does not recognize the insertion of the disk. a windows popup ask what do you want to do with this disk. when I cancel this pop up the disk pops out of the drive. cannot figure out how to finish making the disk set.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/create-recovery-disk-set/td-p/5836093
I have a computer with the F10 option when I first turn on the computer. The hard drive failed so I have replaced it and installed windows 7. I am wondering if I can create a recovery partition when I turn on the computer and use the F10 option to restore back to when I first installed windows 7?
I don't think you can create a partition that will do that by pressing f10, but you can create a system image of your system that is activated and will restore your PC to exactly the way it is when you create the image. You can burn it to DVD, a separate partition or a USB stick. This would be my suggestion to you. Get your computer exactly the way you want it with all your basic and primary apps installed and everything activated. Then make a system recovery image and a recovery disk. To do this go to Control Panel>System and Recovery>Backup and Restore and look on the left hand side of the Windows and you will see both options. Click create a system image and tell Windows where to save your image and it will make an exact copy of your partition. Then it will ask you to make a recovery disk. Follow the instructions on doing that and you will have a backup of your system at it's bare minimum.http://www.sevenforums.com/installation-setup/102811-create-f10-recovery-partition.html
What's the best program to create a Recovery disk (CD/DVD) for?
I'm trying to use Norton Ghost 12, but before creating the disk, it's asking me for "Symantec Recovery Disk Location". No matter what location I use, it gives me this message: "Invalid Symantec Recovery disk location specified. Please specify a valid path to a Symantec Recovery disk."
I don't have any such disk, and I never created one before with this program, or any program.
I must make a Recovery Disk (CD/DVD)!! What do I do?
my sony vaio laptop model is VPCEH26EN.I recently installed windows 8 pro 64 Bit.I formatted whole hard disk and installed windows 8.I had a oem recovery partition when i bought this laptop with windows 7 preinstalled.By this hard disk partition ,i used to recover the whole windows to its factory condition by using F10 key.The recovery hard-disk partition was of only 11Gb.it contains the whole windows with some software already installed .But now i have no recovery partition now.So please tell how to create recovery partition with in 12GB for future purpose.The windows default system image creation usually taking 40 gb space.So its of no use.Please tell how to create a recovery partition which can be used to recover windows to its factory condition using F10 key in case of any error in future?????????????????
You would like to remake the Sony Vaio VPCEH26EN Windows 7 Recovery Partition with Windows 8?
You can remake the Sony Vaio VPCEH26EN Windows 7 Recovery Partition with the Recovery DVD's.
For Windows 7.
How to make Sony Recovery Disks:
How to use Sony Recovery:
How to use Sony Hardware Diagostics:
How to order Sony Recovery disks:
1.Go to http://servicesales.sel.sony.com.
2.Enter your computer's model number (for example, PCV-XXXX), and click List Parts and accessories.
3.Follow the online instructions to order the Recovery Media Kit.
If you are not able to access the Sony Direct Accessories and Parts Center Web site, contact a customer service representative at 1-800-488-7669.
want to make 'quickrestore' cds for customer computers that are end user friendly
I know drive image and ghost can do this..but here's the hard part, I want something that's either part of windows itself, or a freeware / adware program to do this
Basically I want to make these restore CD's legally, and be able to distribute them with new computers without any legal hassles, and without having to shell out for a copy of ghost for each computer, or drive image for each computer. Any input would be appreciated
So I tried to create a recovery drive on my new laptop (Acer V3-772G, Windows 8.1) and got this message:
We can't create a recovery drive on this PC.
Some required files are missing.
Then I tried the Acer Recovery Management to "Create Factory Default Backup"
and it said:
Hard drive configuration is not set to the factory default. Backup aborted.
I partitioned the hard drive immediately, is this all related to this and just making one big partition again will resolve the issue?
Just a small update and mods feel free to merge the two posts, I don't think I can edit the first one...
I found someone with the same issue and this worked for him:
2. select disk 0
3. select partition 1
4. assign letter=R
6. reagentc.exe /setreimage /path R:\Recovery\WindowsRE /target C:\windows
7. Try create a recovery disk to see if it works
I get to step "3. select partition 1" fine but at step "4. assign letter=R", I get: "There is is no volume selected". Which volume do I need to select?
So i just checked which volume C: is and selected it but got this message:
Virtual Disk Service error:
Assigning or removing drive letters on the current boot or pagefile volume is not allowed.
Which makes sense....
Disks: HDD and my SD card.
Partitions: Partition 1 is the Recovery partition
Volumes: Dvd drive, C:, ESP volume and SD card
Hi, recently Vista failed to start on boot-up and I had to do a restore to partition one to get it going. Needless to say this is a lot of work as I lost all of my settings.
Vista (32) came pre-installed on my laptop so I don't have the disc. On windows 7 it seems easy enough to create a recovery disk from "backup and restore" but I don't see the same option in Vista. I have read in forums ways to do it but these were pre SP1 and I have SP2 installed. I want to know if there is a way to do it through Vista. Cheers
The recovery disc created through "Backup and Restore" is not the same as your OEM factory recovery disc. The recovery disc through "Backup and Restore" can only be used to repair Vista with, and cannot install/reinstall Vista. The OEM factory recovery disc, can only be used to do a clean install of Vista with.
If you wanted to create the OEM factory recovery disc instead, then please post back with what brand your computer is and if it's a laptop or desktop. I'll be happy to see if I may be able to find and post back the instructions for how.
I want to create recovery disc (from recovery partition of my laptop), but I'm not able to do it in Win 8.1. They removed this option in Win 8.1.
I'm able to create recovery usb. I tried to copy all files from usb to BluRay and burn (in Linux). But I'm not able to boot from BluRay, boot from USB work's.
Please help, how to create bootable BluRay? Or how to copy files from usb to BluRay and make BluRay bootable?
Thank's so much!
hi, it not that they removed the option ,it some manufacturer don't allow you to use dvd anymore ,for some reason they want you to use a usb ,i think it might be your only optionhttp://www.eightforums.com/performance-maintenance/50547-win-8-1-create-recovery-disc-not-usb.html
I have a question and am in hopes someone has the answer Ok my Dad has the Vista on his Gateway computer Disc? get OEM Recovery Create or Well he didn't make the disc when he first got his new computer We are needing those disc due to we had to take it to bestbuy under warranty and they are telling us they have to have the Create or get OEM Recovery Disc? disc to repair his system due to it is corrupt and they are going to have Create or get OEM Recovery Disc? to wipe his system clean and take it back to the original factory settings This OEM Recovery Disc that is showing in this post and link can I download that onto my system which is XP to Create or get OEM Recovery Disc? put it on the disc for that OR will it actually download a vista into my system I don't want to mess up my system so this is why I'm asking Was going to purchase the disc but have no idea where to buy them at Thanks for the help
First there is no link shown.
Second, what is the name and make of your computer. There is usually an Fkey that can be used to go back to factory settings.
You cannot make an OEM DVD at this point.
You may be able to get one for cost from the manufacturer/seller of the computer.
Hello- I Recovery Disks- or Need DVD? Create Help CD 2 bought my Compaq Presario SR NX WIN-XP from Staples Sept amp have been using it just fine ever since for standard stuff except I Need Help 2 Create Recovery Disks- CD or DVD? haven't created the recovery disks yet amp know I need to before I have a problem Previously it seemed like I never had the time because it seemed like it's a long process I have both blank DVD-R's amp CD-R's but can't seem to find info on which is better to use how many total needed for either type of disk I saw amp somewhere amp how long it takes to do the recovery amp if there will be any problems because I didn't do the recovery when it was brand new If I do this now should I do a full system restore first will I lose all my doc's amp photos or how can I save them If I don't do a restore first could I have hidden problems that will be copied when I burn the disks Also this came with a Trial MS Office Student Teacher edition for days that I haven't used yet because I wanted to make sure I could afford to buy the upgrade to keep it Should I start this Free Trial before or after I make recovery disks Sorry for so many but thanks for any help
You can still create your Recovery Set. Just run some antivirus and antispyware scans on 'thorough' settings beforehand. You want a clean system before you create the Recovery Set.
Answers to your questions:
1) Use DVDs [faster both to save to and to restore from]
2) The total depends on the total amount of data you wish to save to the restore disks. The recovery-disk-creator program might be flexible & offer options for complete recovery sets, or partial. For that, you'll have to consult your Compaq documentation (or give them a call).
3) So long as the system is free of malware, there's no problem making the Recovery Disks at any time.
5) Since you are not going to run a full recovery at this point, you won't lose any data. It's always a good idea, though, to have backups on removable media of your important data & documents.
6) You shouldn't have any hidden problems if you scan for malware thoroughly first. Very thoroughly.
7,8) Most trial software starts from the date you first install it. If you haven't installed the Office trial yet, why not wait until after making your Recovery Disk? Or if you decide to pay for the full version, make your Recovery Disk set after that, so that your new license key and activation are already done.
Best of luck
. . . Gary
Thank you for reading Skip to the bold part below if this is TLDR I've tried searching around for answers but I'm afraid that I'm just HDD do create recovery 2nd I How a a on partition not familiar enough with what I'm hoping to solve to even know if I'm searching in the right place So again thanks for your help in advance I recently picked up an Asus laptop a SDD to replace the the laptop's HDD and a HDD caddy to hold the HDD in place of the CD DVD drive After a fresh Win install on the SDD I made system images of both the How do I create a recovery partition on a 2nd HDD SDD and the HDD with the Win OEM install both stored on external drive I also created a USB recovery drive and then formatted the HDD Fast forward a few weeks It's last Friday I'm about to leave for a business trip I boot up my laptop and a screen comes up telling me to quot reboot and select proper boot device quot I pull the SDD out hook it up to my desktop and see that the drive shows up but it's blank A little googling turned up a few reviews from other people with the same issue On rare occasion it will wipe itself Using the USB recovery drive and the Win system image I got things up and running again Now for my question instead of constantly carrying around the USB drives holding the recovery and system image can I create a recovery partition on my HDD that I can boot too if my SDD wipes again Could I copy or clone my Recovery USB to a partition on my HDD Then I could just keep the SSD system image on the HDD in case I need to restore it right Disk SDD disk that wiped itself Disk HDD that I'd like to have a recovery partition and system image on I also have Win OEM system imageWin system imageRecovery USB drive Win USB Install drive Thanks again Bare with me if I said anything silly Ps I do plan on replacing the drive if it wipes again I just like to learn how to do things
You can always create a System Image Backup on a second internal drive, as long as it is not part of the backup. You could also copy the current WindowsImageBackup folder to the internal drive for re-imaging the SSD.
The term "Image" may apply to many different type of files. For instance, a Windows 8 OEM system image may be a .wim file used to reset the system to factory conditions. The type of file would certainly determine what utility was necessary to recover that image.
A recovery drive will normally have the Factory image of Windows 8, unless you have replaced the install.wim with a new one. But all this does get confusing if the exact type of image being referred to is not known.
Be aware, when you create a Recovery Drive, the entire drive can be used for nothing else. That is why Flash drives are normally used.
I cannot find "Gateway Recovery Center" and or "Factory Recovery External Media" in "All Programs".... so cannot make a recovery disc.
Thanks for any help...
Other Gateway entries in the Start Menu?
I went to "All Programs\Recovery Manager" and clicked "Recovery Disc Creation." The computer ask me "Do you want to allow the following program to make changes to this computer?" I clicked "Yes" but nothing happened. Can someone help?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/Create-recovery-disk/td-p/5651797
I have an acer laptop that has the same windows 10 HOME os as my friends hp pavilion pc. Is it possible to use my acer to create a recovery disc for the hp? Ive tried restoring the hp to earlier date. Ive tried every type of recovery offered but i still get a loop on bootup. And the hp continously cycles.
you can make a clean installation windows 10 DVD - is that what you are after a Windows 10 recovery ?
clean installation of Windows 10.
As I posted under different thread, my Windows 8 computer crashed a week ago.
A Dell technician replaced a new motherboard. Then, Windows 8 was restored using a provided Windows 8 recovery media DVD. Now, windows 8 runs super.
What I now found was that the original recovery partitions were disappeared. in the main hard drive.
I could not create a recovery drive (in flash drive) without recovery partitions in hard drive.
Is there a way to re-create the original recovery partitions ? If so, how?
Buy the factory recovery disks.http://www.eightforums.com/general-support/39653-how-create-recovery-partition.html
Hello All I have seen this thread request HP Recovery partition dvd of Windows I want to make a recovery partition on a clean install of windows This is what I did Download HP Recovery Manager for Windows Vista Install it Go to C Windows SMINST RAMDSK Windows SYSTEM Run Shrink exe Before when I ran it it said it couldn't create a recovery partition To run it asks me to click next when it says quot This installer will create a recovery partition and an Create Partition HP Recovery initial restore Create HP Recovery Partition point quot and I did But now when I run it as administrator it says its verifying the file system and it says it is preparing the harddrive for recovery partition creation and gives me an error quot Resizing of the windows partition Create HP Recovery Partition failed or the disk is not recognized The recovery partition cannot be created you may try to delete files i the Windows partition defragment the drive and opr use a rd party tool to reduce the windows partition in size quot I tried everything On the screen it gives me the error it said it will restart the PC in a few seconds and it counts down and it shows click finish to restart When I wait or click finish it just closes and does not restart my computer I reinstalled it lots of times In Shrink exe log it says this Code Shrink EXE - - Compiled on Feb - Executed on May UP is C RP Extra size MB CGen GetDirSize ENTER CGen GetDirSize CString strDir C WINDOWS SMINST RPFiles CGen GetDirSize RETURNED Size of C WINDOWS SMINST RPFiles MB - MB - MB install wim - MB Size of C System Recovery PRELOAD MB CDisk CloseDiskInformation ENTER CDisk CloseDiskInformation CDisk CloseDiskInformation EXIT GetRPSize MB RP Size UP locked -Estimated RP size - MB CDisk CloseDiskInformation ENTER CDisk CloseDiskInformation CDisk CloseDiskInformation EXIT - gt - Also I have a -bit computer Any help will be appreciated Bye Jacob
Why do you want a Recovery partition on the same HD, which can fail and lose the ability to recover.
A much better plan is to save a Win7 backup image externally so you can reimage with the Win7 boot CD/DVD in 20 minutes to the same or a replacement HD.
I would also consider with HP getting a far superior Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7
...and following these instructions.
Create a Recovery Disc
But I am stuck on part 8 and 9
The file in 8 appears as C:\Windows\System32\recdisc as opposed to C:\Windows\System32\recdisc.exe. Not sure if that matters..
In the link explaining how to take ownership it says this-
WARNING: Do not do this to the hard drive partition that Vista is installed on. It can mess up the boot files.
The file I want to take ownership of is on my C drive where Vista is installed, Should I move it to the D drive? I'm not sure how to progress further with this at the moment in case I screw something up.
ps. I am on SP2 32 bit.
Yes, recdisc and recdisc.exe is the same file. It's just that you do not have known file extensions set to show for why you do not see .exe at the end.
The take ownership warning is only referring to not taking ownership of the C drive itself. It's fine to take ownership of any single item on the C drive as needed though. That's all.
Hi to all.
My i have your help please?
I have a laptop hp.
Windows 7 home premium.
I want to creat recovery disc
but when i start to create disc, i see mesage: Error,recovery failed!!! Missing recovery,something like this...
Is first recovery ON THIS LAPTOP
Thnx to all.
If you are trying to creating a HP Recovery Disc, then could you post a screenshot of your diskmgmt.msc showing your hard disks layout to see if you still have your OEM recovery partition intact. If it isn't, then you are out of luck and will need to contact HP to get a set of recovery disks instead.
Purchased a ASUS laptop (K52 series) w/Windows 7 for my mother-in-law, for Xmas. Got it set up, but I can't figure out how to create a the "recovery discs". I've done this quite a few times on other computers - ususally takes about 2 DVD's. Usually the recovery feature is either in "system tools" or "programs". Checked control panel also.
I have a HP Pro Book 6550b laptop and I want to create a recovery disk for this machine before I loan it out and it crashes. there are several terms that are being through around as I've research the "How to created a recovery disk" project, so for starters can someone explain the difference between restore, recovery, repair, backup, reinstall.... Now that I understand the difference between the terms\actions, please help create a disk that will basically reset, reload, and refresh every thing in my comper Though the years changes have been made, updates loaded, software installed\removed and I think it's time to reset the system. I'm hoping that a total system restore will help with and I hoping one of you can help me!http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Software-and-How-To-Questions/Create-Recovery-Disk/td-p/5852989