Question about HP Pavilion ZV5000, ZV6000, ZX5000 Series 12 Cell Li-Ion Battery - DP390A (DP390A1) CD-ROM Drive
For WS XP turn on your pc keep tapping F10 .... keep clicking next option you will find Advance option... chose the option Destructive Recovery .... click next...
For WS Vista turn on your pc keep tapping F11 ... click next you will get the option for performing system restore... select no... click next ... select the option for system recovery ..... click next
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
This link gives the detailed instructions for performing a system recovery for a pavillion zv6000 that uses Vista, XP, or Windows 7 operating system.
Good luck, please let me know if it helps.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes, the recovery partition is 100% true, and I've actually used it to repair a lot of systems, simply because it saves you time, stress and energy.
It is always on a smaller partition on your hard disk, and it is also hidden, so you wont see it.
To use the recovery partiton, you have first of all take note that you must backup ALL your documents first, because the use of the recovery partition will Actually format your harddrives and restore your system back to the factory settings, i.e the way you bought it.
Now, provided your own recovery partition is still intact and not yet corrupt, this is how to use it.
When you power up your system, Keep tapping the F11 key, i.e the F11 function key.
This will invoke the command that boots up your recovery parttion and lets your system boot from it.
Thereafter, you can just follow the on-screen instructions to complete the recovery, and again PLEASE remember to backup ALL your necessary documents first.
Hope this helps you out.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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