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Problem with e-recovery 10 gb hided partition, how to restart explotation system

Probleme of rebooting the 10 gb hided partition of windows vista on a acer aspire 3100 laptop with empowering tenchnologie program ,no partition found!bios of acer doesnt show it, windows vista erased, partition in ntfs remains,how to restart laptop and found the 10 gb hided partition since (ctrl f10) dosen't work to acces to e-recovery, i've install unbutu on it but every partition of vista remain unfound , big problem here, please help,thank you

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Download MiniTool Partition Wizard Bootable CD 7.1 from Here.
Or Download Directly by Clicking here
This CD allows you to boot computer directly into MiniTool Partition Wizard to manage partitions without any limitations. You can rebuild MBR, Partition Recovery, Move/Resize Partition, Merge Partition, Change Cluster Size, Copy Partition, Create Partition, Delete Partition, Format Partition, Convert File System, Hide/Unhide Partition, Explore Partition and much more.
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Step 2: Choose screen resolution

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Step 3: Manage your partition

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How Delete All Partitions?
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