Question about Gateway GT5034 (827103078138) PC Desktop
If your computer is able to boot up, you should be able to create the cd's from the recovery creator in programs. If not you can contact Gateway for the CD's. However, I would just find the windows cd & reinstall windows using the key on the case.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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The disc you have will be the drivers disc, not the windows disc, did you not burn a set of recovery discs when you first got your pc? It should not have deleted the recovery partition from the hard drive while doing a destructive recovery; it should only have wiped the c partition and left the other alone unless you set it to do both. If your recovery partition is gone the only thing you can do is contact Toshiba and ask for a set of Recovery Discs or buy a new copy of windows.
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