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How i restore from recovery partition in LG T280 notebook
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hmm...try taking the hard drive away from ur laptop and use a ''hard drive caddy'' to connect it via usb to another pc.Then format it and try to recover again.It might also be a bios error wich i don't think you can replace on a laptop motherboard.Also try contacting toshiba for a replace or refund if in warranty.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 16, 2010
Im not sure what exactly you have in the recovery partition ..but from what I know ..this is accessible by pressing F11 on boot ..and the info stored in it will restore the computer ..if you had vista in it before...probably will reinstall it ..so first just try to boot..and press f11 during the device displaying ..just like entering bios..and follow the instructions if it works..
another way is to install a clean operation system ...(the one that you use to have ..) by booting from cd ..(this will allow you to rearrange the partitions during install...in the moment when it sees previous OS ..and ask to choose a location for install..
after a clean install use the recovery cd that came with the laptop..
But..first try the recovery from that partition..if f11 do not work let me know and I will make some research in this matter ..
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
Power the laptop off and as soon as it starts posting press "F11" this will access the recovery partition.
After that just follow the on screen prompts that will restore the pc to factory defaults or factory condition, it will say something along those lines. Let me know if this works for you
Posted on Apr 02, 2010
SOURCE: restore factory settings
On some computers, the disk-drive is "partitioned" into two parts -- your 'C:' drive and a 8GB "recovery" partition. If so, then when you start-up your computer, there is an option to boot from that Recovery Partition, and to reinstall Windows.
On some computers, there is software that lets you burn your own CD/DVDs that can then be used to reinstall Windows. Have 4 or 5 "blank" DVD disks, or 8 to 10 "blank" CD disks, before you run this software.
If you have "lost" the original disks, contact LG. For a small fee, they will ship you a replacement "System Recovery" CD/DVD set of disks.
Posted on Apr 10, 2010
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