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My pc kept freezing so I used recovery and it just seemed to crash DVD won't open to let me insert discs

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This is possibly a power supply problem...goes the PC boot up OK?
Your DVD drive may be defective...Jeff

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this is an old PC...it may be that the drive is dead, but you SHOULD still be able to boot from the CD. Try pressing [F12] repeatedly on start-up and see if it will let you manually select the CD/DVD drive to boot from.


Try that disk in another PC and see if it will boot from it.....it may be defective or not actually a bootable disk, (not sure where you got it.)


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How to make vaio recovery disc for


Follow these steps to create your recovery discs.

From within the VAIO
Recovery Center application, under Choose a program, click Create Recovery Discs.

NOTE: The VAIO Recovery Center can be accessed from within Windows Help and Support. Click Backup & Recovery, then click Launch VAIO Recovery Center.

Next to Create Recovery Discs window, click the Start button.

In the When recovery discs are needed window, click the Next button.

In the Choose your media window, click the Next button.

NOTE: Although an option is provided for creating Dual Layer (DL) discs, that option will not produce usable discs on this model. Ensure the Create recovery disc(s) using... DVD(s) option remains selected before clicking Next.

Insert a blank, recordable DVD into the DVD drive.
In the Insert a blank disc window, click the OK button.

Insert a new disc when necessary as instructed.
When all the disks have been created, click the Finish button.

NOTE: After the recovery discs have been created the first time, any disc can be created again by selecting the disc from the list and clicking Next.

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HOW TO MACK recovery disc for vaio vgn-n325e


Follow these directions:
From within the VAIO
Recovery Center application, under Choose a program, click Create Recovery Discs.

NOTE: The VAIO Recovery Center can be accessed from within Windows Help and Support. Click Backup & Recovery, then click Launch VAIO Recovery Center.

Next to Create Recovery Discs window, click the Start button.

In the When recovery discs are needed window, click the Next button.

In the Choose your media window, click the Next button.

NOTE: Although an option is provided for creating Dual Layer (DL) discs, that option will not produce usable discs on this model. Ensure the Create recovery disc(s) using... DVD(s) option remains selected before clicking Next.

Insert a blank, recordable DVD into the DVD drive.
In the Insert a blank disc window, click the OK button.

Insert a new disc when necessary as instructed.
When all the disks have been created, click the Finish button.

NOTE: After the recovery discs have been created the first time, any disc can be created again by selecting the disc from the list and clicking Next.

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Frequent crashes and long loading times. operating system is Windows 7. DVD drive does not display. hangs up frequently during booting


I think at this point, you should consider using your recovery disc if you have one before the system freezes up.

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Is there a way to create my own recovery disk within my own system?


Recovery disk is meant for you to have as a backup, so if you computer crash or seem damage you can use it to recover it back to factory setting. that is why is advise to be stored on a DVD disc that is not prone to virus.

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If the computer is still under warranty, get the faulty CD/DVD-writer replaced, so that you can "burn" disks.

However, you seem to have "other" hardware problems. Hire a qualified computer-geek (Geek Squad or Dial A Geek) to trouble-shoot, if your computer is out-of-warranty.

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You can create the Recovery Discs for the Computer.

  1. Ensure all open programs are closed.
  2. Ensure all network connections are disconnected.
  3. Ensure all peripheral devices are disconnected. NOTE: If the computer uses an external CD/DVD drive, ensure the drive is plugged in according to the instructions in the VAIO User Guide.
  4. From within the VAIO Recovery Center application, under Choose a program , click Create Recovery Discs . NOTE: The VAIO Recovery Center can be accessed from within Windows Help and Support . Click Troubleshoot my VAIO [FIG. 1], and then click Launch VAIO Recovery Center .
  5. In the Create Recovery Discs window, click the Start button.
  6. In the When recovery discs are needed window, click the Next button.
  7. In the Choose your media window, click the Next button. NOTE: Although an option is provided for creating Dual Layer (DL) discs, that option will not produce usable discs on this model. Ensure the Create recovery disc(s) using... DVD(s) option remains selected before clicking Next .
  8. Insert a blank, recordable DVD into the DVD drive.
  9. In the Insert a blank disc window, click the OK button.
  10. Insert a new disc when necessary as instructed.
  11. When all the disks have been created, click the Finish button.


You can call Direct Accessories and Parts Center at: 1-800-488-SONY (7669) to order Recovery Discs also.

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Hello Humanold,

Please check the following recovery steps:

Full recovery by using recovery partition:

1. Reboot the notebook PC.
2. Keep tapping F11 when the Compaq logo displays.
3. When the Recovery Manager appears, click Next.
4. When prompted to use the Microsoft System Restore program, select No and click Next.
5. When prompted to use the System Recovery, select Yes and click Next.
6. Select the option to perform the recovery without backing up files and click Next.
7. Upon completion of the process, recovery will display "The PC Recovery was successfully completed".
The recovery process will return your PC to the factory image.

Full recovery by using recovery disks:

1. Open the disc drive door and turn off the PC.
2. Insert the first Recovery disc in the disc drive and close the door.
3. Press the power button to turn on the PC.
4. The HP Recovery Manager window appears during the boot process.
If the HP Recovery Manager can access the hard drive, a prompt is displayed to backup the user files before continuing the recovery.
If the HP Recovery Manager cannot access the hard drive to fix the system errors, the HP Recovery Manager will overwrite all the data and reconfigure the entire hard drive to its original condition.

5. Follow the prompts to insert any additional recovery discs in the disc drive.

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