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Deleted partition d !!!!

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by RICKONEDEEP, Sep 17, 2010.

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  1. RICKONEDEEP

    RICKONEDEEP Thread Starter

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    OK I SOME HOW DELETED MY RECOVERY PITITION :mad: I HAVE AN ACER EXTENSA 4420 THATS NOT THE PROBLEM .
    THE ISSUE LIES IN THE FACT THAT I DIDNT OR DONT HAVE A SYSTEM RESTORE PIONT :eek:
    AND I KEEP GETTING SENT BACK TO THE RESTORE ,RECOVERY WINDOW
    IM NOT SLOW AT ALL WHEN IT COME TO COMPUTERS BUT I NEED A HAND ON THIS ONE
     
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    If you haven't re-sized the existing partitions or created a new partition in that space, TestDisk can probably recover it easily. The documentation section has a pretty good step by step.

    It would helpo if you could explain the problem better, what are you doing when you get "SENT BACK TO THE RESTORE ,RECOVERY WINDOW"?
    Are you talking about the Windows System Restore, or are you trying to do a Factory Recovery? They are very different things.
     
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