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My hpdv6000 recovery got stuck at 98% and showed 5 mins remaining then after 15-30 mins it moved to 99% and still showing 5mins! its been 30 mins no action seems its stuck. I started the process by going in BIOS setup (f10)then did something and changed it to default boot and CMOS i guess. restarted and windows loaded. Remember i had the recovery dvd in the rom. i dont know its reformatting from the recovery D drive or using the recovery DVD. i need some info what to do?

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  • Anonymous Feb 28, 2009

    my v pus zen is stuck in recovery mode

  • weezilla
    weezilla Feb 13, 2012

    Hi Humanoid. I know this is quite old, but I want to provide a possible solution for anyone else who may come across this problem. You may have to wait anywhere between 1-14 hours for it to finish this part of the recovery. Mine hung at 99% for several hours, then finally finished that part. There is another 3-6 hours of software installs after that, so be prepared.

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Hello Humanold,

Please check the following recovery steps:

Full recovery by using recovery partition:

1. Reboot the notebook PC.
2. Keep tapping F11 when the Compaq logo displays.
3. When the Recovery Manager appears, click Next.
4. When prompted to use the Microsoft System Restore program, select No and click Next.
5. When prompted to use the System Recovery, select Yes and click Next.
6. Select the option to perform the recovery without backing up files and click Next.
7. Upon completion of the process, recovery will display "The PC Recovery was successfully completed".
The recovery process will return your PC to the factory image.

Full recovery by using recovery disks:

1. Open the disc drive door and turn off the PC.
2. Insert the first Recovery disc in the disc drive and close the door.
3. Press the power button to turn on the PC.
4. The HP Recovery Manager window appears during the boot process.
If the HP Recovery Manager can access the hard drive, a prompt is displayed to backup the user files before continuing the recovery.
If the HP Recovery Manager cannot access the hard drive to fix the system errors, the HP Recovery Manager will overwrite all the data and reconfigure the entire hard drive to its original condition.

5. Follow the prompts to insert any additional recovery discs in the disc drive.

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