I had to do a Factory Re-Install of my Systemax Computer using the Phoenix Recovery Program that came on the Computer when I bought it. NOW my Microsoft Digital Standard 2006 will not work correctly as before. I can do Everything in my Digital Program EXCEPT Editing the images in putting the frames around them. I have to put the Digital Image Disk in my "D" Drive before I can do it. I have Reinstalled the program by using the Digital Image Disk but nothing helps. It states that everything was Installed Corectly, but I am having this problem that I did not before the re-install. I can use it with the disk, but it is a pain everytime i want to work on my images to load the disk and remove it when I am done especially if I have to stop and do something else and go back to the Editing. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you in advance, James
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When you install the program, does it give you more than 1 install Option? Most programs will give you 3 install options depending on how much disc space you want to use for that program. Typical, Custom, Full. If you haven't done so, I recommend uninstalling, reinstalling using the FULL install or Custom so you can pick and choose which features aren't necessary for you to have. If this works, excellent, it it doesn't, I am sorry, but hopefully it gives you a little bit of insight.
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when you first power on the machine hit F11 (for most machines) on the keyboard repeatedly until the recovery screen pops up. Click on advanced options, click system recovery, then click OK when prompted. the recovery process will begin and take about 25 minutes on a 5400rpm hard drive. then you must reinstall everything that isn't factory.
NOTE: THIS WILL ERASE ALL DATA THAT ISN'T PREINSTALLED. AFTER THE RECOVERY, YOU MUST INSTALL THE INTERNET SOFTWARE, VIRUS SOFTWARE, ALL UPDATES (THERE'LL BE A LOT!!), AND PERSONAL SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE. BACK UP ALL DATA BEFORE YOU BEGIN. ONCE THE RECOVERY PROCESS STARTS, IT CANNOT BE STOPPED, OR THE SYSTEM WILL GET CORRUPTED. :(
Hopefully this will help.
P.S. Give this recovery process about a day to get it over with. Don't rush it for best results, and use pc decrapifier to remove all the bloatware and trial ware installed by hp on your pc.
Download a crisis recovery program designed specifically to
restore damaged or otherwise non-functioning copies of Phoenix BIOS.
Read the instructions for using the recovery program to make sure that
no specific changes or configurations need to be done to it before it is
Place the Phoenix BIOS recovery program and its files onto a
blank disc or a USB drive according to the program's instructions (this
usually simply consists of extracting the files from an archive.) Once
the program and its files are in place, insert the disc into the
computer's drive or plug the USB drive into an available USB port.
Hold down both the Windows key and the "B" key on your
keyboard and press the power button on the computer. (On some laptop
computers, you will need to press the "Fn-B" keys instead.) Wait for the
disc drive light or the USB drive access light to start flickering to
show that the computer is accessing the Phoenix BIOS recovery program,
and then release the keys.
Wait patiently while the Phoenix BIOS recovery program
overwrites the damaged sections of the motherboard's current BIOS
installation. Depending on the computer and the recovery program used,
the computer may or may not reboot once BIOS recovery is complete. If
the computer does not reboot on its own, wait at least 10 minutes before
manually restarting the computer to make sure that you do not interrupt
BIOS recovery. Eject the disc or remove the USB drive before rebooting
to prevent accidentally reloading the recovery program.
Reboot the computer and watch to make sure the Phoenix BIOS
screen appears as normal. Once the BIOS loads properly, your operating
system should launch as normal.
If you are certain that there is a recovery partition with a factory default image then your user manual should include the instructions on how to access it. HP normally uses a backup and recovery software rather than a recovery partition with a default image. This setup requires that you make restoration discs before using the computer in case something goes wrong. Alternatively, you can keep restarting the computer and hit a different function key each time in an attempt to access a recovery program. If you own a copy of Windows you can also just put in the disc and install Windows to your C: drive and over-write the existing installation. As a last resort, you can order a set of recovery discs from HP's Customer Support.
Hey LucyBe, Yes there is a way to get your image back. You would need to install a data recovery program on your computer, which there are multiple free programs out there that would suit your needs. Once this program is installed connect your memory card to your computer with a card reader, and as long as you haven't overwritten the deleted image you should be able to retrieve it using the recovery software. Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.