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I HAVE LOST MY RECOVERY DISC AND MANUAL WHEN MOVING HOME. hOW DO i ACCESS THE RECOVERY FILE ON THE HARD DRIVE TO RESTORE ?

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  • the belter Sep 27, 2009

    THANKS FOND THIS IN WHERE YOU SAID IN hidden D drive
    can you now tell me the key combination to get it to Boot from It ? It OS Vista home basic ? Thanks

  • Fabio May 11, 2010

    What is the brand and full model number of the desktop and what operating system are you using?

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Well, no mention of OS, so i'll guess.....

The files are located on a partitioned portion of the drive, usually a fairly full D drive...

your OS should have a create recovery disk option, usually in system tools, under accessories....

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Posted on Sep 25, 2009

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