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Recovery cd creation c700

Pl tell which company's disc i can use fpr the creation of recovery discs.I tried Many times with some local dvds and mosearbaer dvds but it fails at the middle of process

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Have you tried CD disc ? CD/DVD are really made only by a few company.

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I managed to do something to my laptop and i somehow got rid of the boot manager and i'm not sure what to do, i don't have a recovery disc so i don't know what to do


If you have been seeing a choose boot location screen then follow the directions below.

You need a installation disc for the Windows OS on your computer. A Windows upgrade or system recovery disc will also work. You do need to match the OS service pack and level with that on your computer. (So it you have Windows XP 32-bit with Service Pack 3, you would need the Windows XP SP3 installation disc. If the computer has Vista Home Premium 64-bit with SP 1, you need that installation disc.)

If you do not have the Windows disc, you need to get one. Try a local Windows User's Group or your local computer service company.

Next you need to boot to the Windows disc. First you need to put the installation disc in the optical drive. If the laptop has a CD tray, you may be able to eject the tray with the computer off. Place an unfolded paper clip into the emergency eject hole below the tray and push. Then pull the tray all the way out, remove any disc in the tray and put the CD in the tray and push the tray closed. If you have a slot loading CD, if you know there is no disc in the optical drive, power on the computer and then slide the installation disc into the slot. Power off the computer once the disc is seated. Now turn on the computer while pressing F12 or C (there should be a brief screen that shows the correct key) repeatedly (quick presses) and select Boot from optical disc. You may need to try this several times (turn off the computer then retry). I frequently miss the key stroke for changing the boot order.

When the computer boots to the CD, select your language and the other prompted messages. Next choose Repair your computer and then select the OS to repair. In the Sytem Recovery Options, choose Startup Repair. Restart the computer.

If the recovery console doesn't repair the boot manager automatically, you may need to rebuild the files with Bootrec.exe. Repeat the above steps but in the System Recovery Options choose the command prompt. Then type Bootrec /RebuildBcd and press Enter. If it finds the file type Yes to include it. Otherwise, you will need to recreate the file. Type the following lines in order; press ENTER after each command:
Bcdedit /export C:\BCD_Backup ren c:\boot\bcd bcd.old Bootrec /rebuildbcdRestart the computer.

If the above doesn't work, then you need to repeat the boot to CD steps and then rebuild the boot files with bcdedit. I'll give you the link to the Windows support page: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927391 (this is for Vista but the recovery from the optical disc is the same under most of the versions of Windows). You can search at microsoft.com for the recover procedure for your specific OS.

These directions will work if the hard drive is still good.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Mar 30, 2011 | Toshiba PC Laptops

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My Aspire One D250-1165 can not boot. I was asked to insert boot disc and press any key. The problem is i lost the disc that came with it. what do i do now? and how can you help?


You could contact the Acer customer care and ask them for a new boot disc. Of course, that will cost.

Or, if you can arrange for it, just take any windows CD, boot into it and perform startup repairs. that should solve any boot loader issues.

Also, most laptops these days come with some sort of recovery drive in them already. isn't there anything like "Press F5 for recovery" or some similar message. Going into that and performing the startup repairs should do just fine. then, you can create some recovery CDs or DVDs for such a rescue the next time.

Mar 05, 2011 | Acer Aspire One PC Notebook

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I am delete my one key recovery partion.so i cannot access my one key recovery button....please tell me how can i reactive my one key recovery button tyo restore the operating system...


If you deleted your recovery partition, you will need your recovery discs in order to properly restore your recovery partition. Depending on the manufacturer of the computer depends on how you would access these discs. If they did NOT come with your computer you will need to contact the company and order them. Otherwise you can pop in the first of however many discs into your optical drive (cd / dvd), and when the computer turns on (the first screen) look for something that says "Press F(number 1-12) to access boot menu"
You will then need to reboot your machine, press the F key that it dictates, and then boot from the particular DVD / CD drive that your recovery disc is in using the arrow keys. Please ensure all of your data is already backed up, as using the recovery discs will remove all data on your computer. Good luck!

Mar 03, 2011 | PC Laptops

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I need to create recovery disks for my HP Pro Book 4310s in case I need to restore it back to factory settings in the future. I just got this computer and was I told I should get this done. I am running...


Hi.

Please follow the steps to create the recovery discs using the HP Recovery Manager.


Click Start>AllPrograms>Recovery Manager.
Select Recovery Manager. This will open Recovery Manager.
Click Advanced Options. If you are using a laptopand operating on battery power alone you must connect to anAC power outlet before you can go to the next step.
Select Recovery disc creation. Click Next. The Recovery Manager will begin creating the necessaryfiles. This may take a while, so be patient until the bar has reached 100%.
Read the table of requirements thatappears. Depending on the type of discs you use, more or less may beneeded; if you use ordinary CDs, Recovery Manager will require more compared tofewer discs if DVDs are used.
Insert your first blank disc, havingmade sure it is fully labeled, such as "Recovery Disc 01" or"Recovery Disc 1 of 2". The optical drive of your computerwill have automatically opened. If not, open manually. Close the optical driveand click Next.
Understand and confirm you want to gothrough with the operation using the type of disc you have inserted by clickingNext.
Wait while Recovery Manager now createsthe first disc. This may take 20-40 minutes as it collects the files,writes the files and verifies the files to disc.
Remove the disc and insert the nextafter the first has been finished after clicking Next. Continue the creation of discs according to thenecessary requirements, up until the last has finished creating files.

Click Next after removing the disc and then Finish to complete the session. Congratulations! You havejust made yourself a set of recovery discs.

Use the recovery discs to recover yourcomputer in case of system instability or failure.


Thanks!!!!!

Dec 29, 2010 | PC Laptops

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What do I need to back up My toshiba satellite L455. Computers don't come with cd's or disks any more with purchase?


Since you have Win 7 Home Premium, start with making a System Repair disc. You just need a blank CD-R or DVD+/-R (DL is OK, but not an R/W disc). Click Start > Maintenance > Create a System Repair Disc. (This will save you from needing a OS install disc in the future)

Next you can use the Toshiba Recovery Media Creator to create a set of backup discs for the initial configuration of the computer. (Use DVDs for this to avoid needing lots of discs.) This lets you make one copy of the Media - no chance to update for new drivers or any other information.

You can save your files with the Backup and Restore (in the same Maintenance files as the System Repair disc). With Home Premium this only works with an locally attached external hard drive.

If you need a complete backup after this, you will need third party software. Some external drives come with the software. Norton Ghost, Paragon Backup and Recovery, and Acronis True Image will all do a full backup to CD, DVD or external drive; there are others.Most of these will make incremental updates as well. There are a few free packages but those don't have the features of the above (like recovering just one file if needed).

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Jul 05, 2010 | Toshiba Satellite L455S5000 Notebook

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My pc is lock .my dauther try to many password


Some times the CAPS Lock key may be on, so please make sure that the CAPS Lock key is off.

If the issue still exists, I request you to perform the full system recovery using the recovery disks. To perform this full system recovery, you can use the recovery disks that you have created using the recovery partition.
Use the recovery discs to restore the PC by following the steps below:
1. Insert the recovery disc in the optical disc drive and start the computer.
If the computer is running, insert the recovery disc and immediately click Start and select Restart to force the computer to start from the recovery disc.
2. When prompted, Press any key to boot from CD or DVD, press any key on the keyboard.
3. Allow the recovery disc to start and load the required files while the Microsoft loading screen is displayed. It may take several minutes to load the required files.
4. When the HP Recovery Manager window displays, click Advanced options , System recovery , and then click Next to open the Recovery Manager.
5. Follow the on-screen instructions and perform the required actions.
NOTE: Do not interrupt the recovery process even though the computer may restart and the Windows desktop may display at various times.
· When prompted, follow the on-screen instructions to Backup the user files.
After performing the backup, when prompted, re-insert the recovery disc, and then click Next to continue the recovery process.
· A status box is displayed to indicate the status of the recovery and the estimated time remaining.
· If you used multiple discs when you created the personalized recovery discs, follow the prompts to remove the first disc and insert any requested discs.
6. When prompted to Insert the Supplemental driver disc , take one of the following actions:
· If you purchased a replacement recovery disc from HP, and it included a Supplemental driver disc, insert the disc and click OK or Next . The recovery program checks the supplemental disc and installs the specific needed files.
After the Supplemental files are installed, a prompt is displayed to remove the Supplemental disc and insert the original recovery disc.
· If you purchased a replacement recovery disc from HP, and it did not include a Supplemental driver disc, click Skip or Cancel . The recovery program will ignore the request and install the next file on the recovery disc.
· If you created a personal recovery disc, press Next to continue.
7. Continue following the on-screen instructions to complete the recovery process.
NOTE: If you have not created a personal recovery disc, or the recovery disc fails or become corrupted, see HP Notebook PCs - Order Recovery Discs for Vista as your notebook is preinstalled with Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium with Service Pack 1.
For detailed steps you can refer the provided web link:
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&docname=c00809678&product=18703
NOTE: Clicking the above link may give an error indicating that it is invalid. If this occurs, copy the link and paste it on the address bar in your browser until the complete address is displayed in the Address box.
If you do not have the recovery disks you can order these recovery disks from the local HP phone support. Please use the provided phone number to contact the local HP phone support.
Phone number: 800-474-6836

May 29, 2010 | HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook

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Recovery disk for xp operating system


if your pc came with disc and you have lost them, contact the pc manufracture and ask for replacement, you may need to pay for shipping or some sort of set fee.

if your computer did not come with recovery disk then do following.
most notebooks/desktops makers try to save money by not making recovery cd anymore, instead they put the recovery partition on the hard drive, which is hidden.
your computer should have come with recovery disc creator tool software from which you can make cd/dvds.

acer has e-recovery management tool built in.
here is your manual...
http://support.acer.com/acerpanam/manuals/acer/0000/userguides/AS_5720G_5720_Eng_OLM.pdf

good luck

Nov 11, 2009 | PC Laptops

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I am coming up with error 10-fc12-0570 on the toshiba satellite a215-s7422 i used the both recovery disk and this was the error code


The error message is telling you that the recovery utility was not able to read the data from the disc correctly, or wasn't able to write it to the hard drive. The problem could be with the disc, the CD/DVD drive or the hard drive.

but usually error 10-FC12-0570 is pertaining to a bad HDD or memory


First, try copying the second disc using another system. If you can't copy it, order replacements from Toshiba Customer Assistance: 1-800-457-7777. If you can copy it, try using the copy to do the restore.
You can try using a third party disk checker to verify the problem is or is not with the hard drive. But since the system is under warranty, you're going to have to arrange to have it repaired anyhow, so it may not be worth the effort to verify whether it's the hard drive or CD/DVD drive. It's probably not the CD/DVD drive since you got all the way through the first disc. Contact a Premier (not regular) ASP for service from here: http://pcrepair.toshiba.com



The best way would be to load the Win Vista discs n format the pc...and reinstall...iam telling this because u have a tried the recovery disk as well....

I know most users will not have the Vista CD with you but the Vista Recovery Boot Cd is available free by Microsoft just google...

Download it burn the Image .iso and run that disc. Since that disc will not restore the OS all it does it lets u run diagnostics on ur HDD and allows u to install the OS. Once disk check is completed and repaired, proceed with the Recovery disks that you have.

thank you
have a nice day

Jul 08, 2009 | Toshiba Satellite A215-S7422 Notebook

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Windows failed to load


There are a couple of ways to do this one of which is putting the laptop hard drive into an external drive enclosure and plugging it into another machine, the other is to create a UBCD4WIN boot disc to back up the data (this requires a little time to setup and you must have a Windows system disc (not a restore disc) to accomplish the CD creation).

Feb 25, 2009 | Sony VAIO VGN-CR220E/P Notebook

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Mini dvds


Yes of course.!

Cheers!

Feb 28, 2008 | HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook

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