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Cannot creat a recovery cd

I have hp pavilon dv90000 i could not create a recovery cd cause the recovery partition is not found

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  • neama Jan 14, 2009

    Thank you tat4u

    I would be very grateful if you would send me this program to the following address
    neama@hotmail.com
    Thank u again for your support




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Send me your email and I'll post you a recovery program.
it take a mirror image of your hd and the program can be started from startup(f11)
so if you mess up windows you can recover from startup(reboot/before windows or any drivers load)
eg when you boot up it says recovery f11 and if no response it then goes to start windows..
excellent program ...Ive installed it on 3 of my laptops..never had to use it yet so diliberatly f"""""d windows up to try..works a treat.

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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    tat4u Jan 15, 2009

    just tried to send file but too large for attachment can find program at http://hp.com click on support and drivers...check download drivers and software...type brand details for product eg nc4000..

    put that in if you like its the same software.in next screen select the match if you typed nc4000 select notebook.next screen select xp or xp pro((dont really matter) next screen scroll down page to system management...look for altris local recovery...download it to a folder or desktop..unpack it and follow instructions

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Let me tell u, when u got the laptop u need to create the recovery partition in the laptop when u get if from store. So now we cannot do anything except to buy the recovery cds.

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Honey

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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