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Hi, Have you tried accessing the Recovery Option pressing F10 or the R Key When Thr Machine is Booting Up?
Even though you say you've deleted the Recovery Partition, it may still be possible to recover the system to default settings.
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In Step 3. It mentions that all data on the drive will be formatted anyway, so I presume you may just be able to get it up and going again, although it also mentions that some applications that were not shipped with the system will need to be re-installed, so whether this will stop you from successfully recovering the system to factory default I can't say! Worth a shot anyway :-).
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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