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Q: HP Backup and Recovery Manager

Where can I download HP's Backup and recovery Manager for HP Pavillion a6200n.
Somehow messed mine up

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A: HP Backup and Recovery Manager

You didn't say what OS, but here is Vista link for drivers:
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/...n&cc=us&dlc=en&sw_lang=&product=3548643#N2321
No Backup & Recovery there though.
apparently they don't bundle it anymore, however it is still available here:
http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsuppor...cc=us&swItem=ob-51976-1&jumpid=reg_R1002_USEN

and directions if you need:
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&docname=c00809678&product=18703

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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.

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Hello wizards,

I hope one of you can help with me with my problem.

My previous laptop was an HP running on XP. That got stolen. Luckily, I made back-ups with the HP Backup and recovery manager (/facepalm.jpg).

I now bought an Acer with Vista and of course none of my attempt to install the HP backup and recovery manager on my new laptop succeeds. I've tried to install both the XP version with a Vista plugin and the Vista version.

Currently, it cannot find STFiles.dll.

Does anyone know whether this is a lost battle or should it be possible to pull this off?

Perhaps there is a way to extract files from the back-up CD's so that they become readable again?

Many thanks for your wisdom,
Regrads,
A foolish id10t

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 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!FRANK 

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Hi, I am having a critical error on my HP Pavillion Laptop, and I can only access the HP Recovery Manager properly from my flash drive. I have backed up 2 folders of files, but I need to backup my Quickbooks company files, and for some reason the backup utility won't let me do it.  Is there a way to get it to backup these files for me?  If not, what is my best option to try and fix this issue without a full wipe and lose that data? Thanks. Jeremy

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I installed all the softwares and drivers that came along with the HP upgrade DVD. But, I find that the Backup and Recovery Manager missing on the DVD. Is there a Backup and Recovery Manager for Win 7? I liked the backup and recovery manager that was available on my Vista when I bought this laptop but is now unavailable because of the upgrade!! Any solutions for this? I do not want to use the default Windows Backup as I do not have a separate HDD at the moment to store the backup there and do not wish to populate my local hard disk with backup data!! Thanks.










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A:HP Backup and Recovery Manager for Windows 7

Ok thanks. I have my Vista recovery partition intact. So, I believe, I should be able to recover if I have some sort of problem! I was able to find a backup and recover in Win 7 itself. Perhaps, I should wait for the software to be released by HP. Thanks again!

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Hi,
I'm using a Dell Inspiron 15 - 5000 series which contains Windows 8.1 OS. This laptop has "Dell Backup and Recovery Manager" of version 1.6.2.0. I tried to backup the OS and Dell drivers using Dell Backup and Recovery Manager by connecting a Hard Drive of 1TB. But the back-up process is not completing, once it reaches the finishing stage it throws an error saying "Dell Backup and Recovery Manager has stopped working. Please close the program".
Could you please advise on how to proceed further in order to backup my OS and Drivers successfully.
Awaiting replies.
Thanks in Advance. 

A:Dell Backup and Recovery manager

ananthc6,
Download the latest version of DBAR 1.9 at the link below. The newest version contains the bug fixes that users were complaining about. Version 1.9 is compatible with Windows 10. 7, 8, and 8.1.
DBAR 1.9 Download and KB Info
For me to better assist in troubleshooting, please click my DELL-Jesse L and send me a Private Message with the Dell Service Tag number and your Dell Order number.

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I have rebooted.
When I try and open the Manager interface, I can't. All I get is the clock logo with the hand spinning. I cannot set the destination. I cannot select what I want to back up. I've tried this several times and just get the spinning clock which I end up ending through Task Manager. 
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I have the same issue with the non premium version, I made the mistake of upgrading to v1.0.0.4 that is available for download and now have the same spinning clock, the program never loads so can't do anything with it. I have tried twice now to uninstall and then reinstall but still the same issue with spinning clock.
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My question is: what is the next step to get all my files, emails etc. bacK; this is not clear on all vista forums?

Thank you very much indeed!
Regards
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A:F11 backup Reco Manager OK but files on C:\System Recovery Files

Hi lolita,

Welcome to Vista Forums!

I think the following article from the HP web site will answer your question - I read it and it provides the additional steps required to get everything back where it belongs: How to Restore Backup Files Created During the F11 Backup Procedure - HP Customer Care (United States - English).

I hope this helps.

Good luck!

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A:Dell Backup and Recovery's Bootable Backup Won't detect USB Flash Drive

Try updating your Dell Backup and Recovery software.  With the update it now seems to work with all USB flash drives I throw at it.

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I'm not familiar with the Samsung Recovery Solution so I won't be any help with your specific questions. However, one of the Forum experts has prepared a very detailed tutorial on how to do a Clean Reinstall of Windows 7. It even includes instructions on how to obtain a legal copy of Windows 7 with SP1 installation disk.

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H

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just like this photo...
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A:windows 8.1 recovery problem and install dell backup and recovery software...

just similar same with my problem, my one is factorysetup error 5, i think its different...
however my recovery software uninstalled, because installed new version need to uninstall old version, after it cant install new version....
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http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/software-os/f/4677/t/19538385
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When I tried to install dell backup and recovery (Backup-and-Recovery_Application_64M9D_WN32_1.8.1.71_A00) I got factory error 5.
I cannot refresh my PC from windows also. I am getting the error “could not find the recovery environment”.
Now in command prompt
1. reagentc/info

2. reagentc/enable

3. Exit and reboot.
After the reboot I tried to install dell backup and recovery again. Then also I got the same “factory setup error 5”.

Then I checked the reagent/info in command prompt after reboot. It shows it is disabled.

Please help me.
Thank you

A:windows 8.1 recovery problem and install dell backup and recovery software...

LRKRAO,
Click the link below for information on restoring the OS using DBAR.
http://dellwindowsreinstallationguide.com/dell-backup-and-recovery-1-8-1-71/

http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/software-os/f/4677/t/19655197
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A:Dell Backup and Recovery is Unable to Create a Recovery DVD on Windows 8

Hi ylikonomos,
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.

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It sounds to me like you have malware. I suggest running malwarebytes.

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I have the same issue.

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HP PC Recovery Disc Creator, is for your HP Vista only, not for UpGrade of Win 7.

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Backup Complete Computer - Create an Image Backup

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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.

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A:Recovery Manager Problem (Recovery fails)

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.

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Quote: Originally Posted by dan1el


Hello,
I own a Acer 5735G and I made a clean install of windows 7 however I seem to have acouple of issues

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Thanks
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Hello David, and welcome to Vista Forums.

If you like, you might see if resetting backup using the tutorial below may allow you to be able to create a new backup afterwards.

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You can clone your old hard drive then move it over to the new one with a clone software.

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m still waitinggggggg.....

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Hi -

have you tried backing up in safe mode?

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/backup-and-recovery-377581.html
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Please list exactly your Dell model and version of windows? Example: Dell Inspiron 3543, windows 10
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My advice would be to get Macrium Reflect 5.2 Free. Even the free version can download WinPE 5.0 now. You can make a boot USB or CD and save an image of the system as it is now with all the programs installed. Also it supports UEFI and GPT. You don't have to study up anything. Just run it and click on the left where it says "Create an image of the partitions required to back up and restore Windows." It will do the rest.

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Macrium Reflect FREE Edition - Information and download

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Hi and Welcome to TSG,
The instructions say that the progamme itself will format the flash drive at step 8. Let's see if someone else can get you round this. I've included the instructions I found via Mr.Google - are these the ones you have?

Richard.

From a google search:
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/recovery-backup.812287/
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You can download KeePass from its home site here: http://keepass.info/.  KeePass comes in 2.xx and 1.xx versions which are not interchangeable.  Make sure you download the same version as you had before.  After you install KeePass you can copy your database and settings over.

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HP's recovery DVDs will not perform a Repair Install ...
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/hp-recovery-manager.1009369/
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A:HP Recovery Manager

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-K

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A:Recovery manager

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A:recovery manager

Hi, The option to reinstall the OS from the hard drive partition will still be available after you create your recovery media. Regards, DP-K

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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.

A:Recovery manager

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.  

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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?
 

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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...

A:recovery manager

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*

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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

A:HP Recovery Manager

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.

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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
runtime error
program c:\windows\sminst\restore7.exe
abnormal program termination...

how can i fix the error?

thanks for helping!!!

A:hp recovery manager

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
runtime error
program c:\windows\sminst\restore7.exe
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

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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 ?

A:where is recovery manager?

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.

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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 










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A:recovery manager

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.

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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.

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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 ?

A:HP Recovery Manager

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.

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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.

A:Need help with Recovery Manager

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.

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