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How to reinstall from the recoverydisc drive in hp laptop

How to install the backup files which are stored in the recovery discdrive in hp laptop with microsoft vista home edition operating system

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You have to create the recovery disk and than you can restore the same. How to make the recovery disk is shown in the manual you received with laptop.

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When you boot the computer , look for something that says System Recovery and press the button next to it

My HP Pc Shows it when the HP Logo comes on and the key is F10 but it may be different for you

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F11...system recovery in hp laptop


System recovery is for serious disk/operating system corruption problems. There is a system recovery partition on HP laptops that contains routines to restore your laptop to the configuration it came from the factory with. Backup all your personal files to a CD or USB stick or portable hard drive before using system recovery as it will erase anything you have added to your primary hard drive since it left the factory. That can especially be a problem if you have upgraded to a newer version of Windows than what your laptop came with, as HP is somewhat 'known' for not upgrading the recovery partition if you don't have recovery CD's for the new operating system bought from HP. If your recovery partition has been erased or corrupted, you will have to either use HP recovery CD's (which may be available from HP if your laptop is new enough)
or do a format and complete installation from the proper Windows installation CD. Either way, your personal files are toast if you don't back them up first. In some cases of operating system failure, you can get an external USB drive box, put your old HDD in it and use another computer to try and read files from the disk to try and save your personal files.

Jul 23, 2014 | PC Laptops

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The copmputer starts to start up repair box, won't go beyond this and cannot repair, have tried safe mode, repair, restore all takes me back to same place


first, recover your files. You will need to use something like asoftech data recovery program.
http://www.asoftech.com/adr/

I've had to use it many times in the past but in this case you need to plug that drive into another system as an external drive or slave drive and run the software from there. It will rebuild the drive and hopefully recover the files.

After you get back your files, you can then format the drive and reinstall your system.

Mar 05, 2011 | Toshiba Satellite Pro L300 Notebook

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I just restarted my HP and now it says there is no hard drive and I dont have a recovery disk


try disconnecting the drive and reseating it first.

If you enter the bios (f10 on startup) does the computer even detect the drive? If not - try reseating it - don't forget to power off first

Failing that try the hp recovery partition
1
Press the power button to start the HP. Press and hold the F11 key to launch the HP Recovery Manager from the recovery partition.
2
Backup any files you want to save. Follow the HP Recovery Manager instructions to save any important files before continuing with the recovery process.
3
Continue the recovery process. After backing up files to an external device or CD/DVDs, select the option to perform a system recovery.
4
Obtain and install updates for the HP. After your system reboots, use HP update manager as well as Windows update to restore all critical updates to your HP computer.
5
Make a set of recovery disks. Use HP Recovery Manager and select "Advanced Options" to create a set of recovery disks that can be used in the event that your HP cannot access the hard drive.

Feb 25, 2011 | HP G60-235DX Notebook

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Going to reset my computer. Where can I find the reset button?


If you're trying to restore the Computer to factory settings, then you can use the VAIO Recovery Center that is shipped with the Computer.

NOTES:
  1. Click the Start button, then click Help and Support . NOTE: If the Help and Support link is not available on the Start menu, re-enable the link in the Taskbar and Start Menu Properties window.
  2. In the Windows Help and Support window, click Backup & Recovery .
  3. Under Backup & Recovery , under VAIO Recovery Center , click Launch VAIO Recovery Center .
  4. In the VAIO Recovery Center window, under Choose a program , click to select the desired option: NOTES:
    • It is strongly recommended that recovery discs be created to help restore files if the operating system will not start. Recovery discs are bootable and can be used to perform a recovery on a properly functioning hard drive.
    • The Windows Backup and Restore option opens the Backup and Restore Center provided with the Windows Vista® operating system. This provides the ability to save information from the hard drive, such as personal data files, and restore previously backed up data.
    • Computer problems related to hardware can be diagnosed using the VAIO Hardware Diagnostics option.
    • One or more drivers or factory-installed applications may be reinstalled with the Reinstall Programs or Drivers option.
    • The entire (C:) drive can be restored to its original, factory-installed condition by selecting Restore C: Drive .
    • Choosing Restore Complete System will restore the entire (C:) drive, while removing or restoring the Recovery Drive partition. Modifying the size of the hard drive partitions is also an option with this type of recovery. This option requires you to insert Recovery DVDs created using the Create Recovery Discs option.
    • To remove all data from the hard drive, including the operating system, all programs and personal data, choose the Wipe and Erase Data option. This option is provided for the convenience of advanced users who want to install a different operating system, and who want to ensure all data has been removed from the hard drive first. All other users are strongly urged to avoid selecting this option.

May 17, 2010 | Sony VAIO® VGN-CR120E PC Notebook

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Acer Aspire 5050-3785 laptop. I accidently deleted a file and all programs had no file association. I re started the computer now it goes on but have a black screen and screen saver what do I do? I have no...


Acer says to create the restore CD's, you should:

Boot to Windows XP
2 Press <Alt> + <F10> to open the Acer eRecovery Management utility.
3 Enter the password to proceed. The default password is six zeros.
4 In the Acer eRecovery Management window, select Recovery settings and
click Next.
5 In the Recovery settings window, select Backup snapshot image and
click Next.
6 Select the backup method.
a Use Backup to HDD to store the backup disk image on drive D:.
b Backup to optical device to store the backup image on CD or DVD.
7 After choosing the backup method, click Next.
Follow the instructions on screen to complete the process.

If you cannot do this, you should email Acer support to order the CDs.

Apr 22, 2010 | Acer Aspire 5050-3242 Notebook

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How do I access the hidden partition to reinstall operating system?


Turn on or restart your notebook, then press F11 while your notebook is
starting.
3 Insert the Operating System Recovery CD/DVD when prompted. The System
Recovery program starts.
Click a system recovery option
Full System Restore (Destructive) reformats the hard drive and
restores the system software as it was when you purchased your
notebook. This process deletes your data files.
Full System Restore with Backup (recommended) moves the
contents of the hard drive to the C:\My Backup folder and installs
a new copy of Windows XP. This option saves your existing data
files, but all programs must be reinstalled and the program settings
reconfigured. You need at least 4 GB of hard drive space to use this
restore option.
5 Click Next. The System Restore - Format and Recover dialog box opens.
6 Click Yes. Files are restored to your hard drive. When file recovery has
finished, the System Restore dialog box opens.
7 Click Restart. Your notebook restarts, and Windows finishes its setup and
installation.
Important
After you restore your system, it will
appear with the same files and programs
it had when it shipped from the factory.
You still need to download Windows
updates and antivirus updates to bring
your notebook’s software up to date.
8 Reconnect your Internet cable and all USB peripheral devices. You are
done.

Apr 03, 2010 | Gateway MX6214 Notebook

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My c drive was formated but they did not back up Bioscrypt. I have it on another backup drive. How do I reinstall


Please re-install the OS and then connect the another back up drive to copy the Bioscript in C drive to get it re-install.

Nov 11, 2009 | HP Pavilion tx1000z Notebook

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How do you install xp over windows vista in a lenovo x61 tablet ? I have 3 backup disc 1.a product recovery dvd 2.rescue and recovery cd 3.suppemental recovery cd . can some one tell me how to get...


If the backup and recovery disk are for that model of computer , just remove VISTA or Reformat the hard driver using software outside of Window, then reinstall all the Xp stuff, just as if you had a new hard drive. Save all personal files first, of course.. 

Feb 22, 2009 | Lenovo 3000 C200 Notebook

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Forgot my admin password for my notebook


No worries about taking the Backup of data before reinstalling the Operating System in your Notebook.
I recommend you to remove the Hard Drive of the Notebook and connect it to the USB Port of any other computer using some cables that will be available in most of the computer part stores and copy the required files in the computer to which the hard drive is connected.
You can find the required instructions to remove the Hard Drive of your Notebook from the Manual which is available in the link below :
http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c00737799.pdf

You can find the required instructions to remove the Hard Drive of your Notebook starting from page number 100 of 233 in the Manual.
Find some cables which can be used to connect the Hard Drive of the Notebook to another computer by clicking HERE
Once the required data is saved, reinsert the Hard Drive back in the Notebook and perform a full recovery by following the instructions listed below using the Recovery Partition  with Vista :
Restart or Start the Notebook and start tapping the F11 key immideatly after the Notebook restarts.
This will take you to the Recovery Manager window.
In this, click on the Advanced button.
In this, you will get the following options :
a) Computer Checkup
b) Microsoft system restore
c) File backup wizard
d) System recovery

Click on System Recovery.
In the window that opens, you will get the options...
Do you want to back up your files first (reccomended)
or
Recover without Backing up.
You can take a backup of the data in the Hard Drive if you have any External storage devices like External Hard Drives connected to the Notebook.
Select the required option to proceed with the Recovery.
The Operating system in the Notebook will be reinstalled along with all the Preinstaled Applications and Drivers to factory default settings.
Hope this helps....

Nov 01, 2008 | HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook

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Many things going wrong


It seems some thing is going wrong in your operating system. It might be caused by a virus or misshandling of your OS.
Anyways to overcome this problem HP gives you to make restore factory setting for your lap.
WARNING: MAKE BACKUP OF ALL YOUR IMPORTANT FILES AND DATA, BECAUSE ALL YOUR PROGRAM AND DATA WILL BE LOST WHICH YOU HAVE INSTALLED AFTER FIRST RUN OF THE LAP. SO BEAWARE BEFORE MAKING SYSTEM RECOVERY.

Restore the PC to original condition with the HP Recovery Manager Follow the steps below to use HP Recovery Manager to return your notebook to its baseline factory condition, then allow the PC to run all the setup programs.
  1. Press the power button to turn on the PC, and press F11 on the keyboard immediately while the computer is starting up. The HP Backup and Recovery Manager window will appear.
  2. Click Advanced options , select the System recovery option, and then click Next .
  3. If the Recovery Manager can access the hard drive it displays a prompt to backup up user files before continuing the recovery. You may either backup your files, or skip the backup and recover the operating system.
  4. If the Recovery Manager cannot access the hard drive to fix the system errors, use the set of Recovery disks that you created to recover the hard drive to its original condition.
After the hard drive is returned to its original condition, restart the PC and allow the PC to run all the setup programs For more details you can surf the HP website Thanks Iqbal

Mar 23, 2008 | HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook

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