about deleting recovery drive


  1.    27 Dec 2008 #1
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    about deleting recovery drive


    im having 160 GB HDD and in that 10 GB has been allocated to the recovery and i dont want it as i want to save it in the DVDs.please help me out in deleting the that drive and also help me how to store recovery in the discs..
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  2.    27 Dec 2008 #2
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    Re: about deleting recovery drive


    Who is the manufacture of your computer.
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  3.    27 Dec 2008 #3
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    Re: about deleting recovery drive


    its HP. mine is hp pavilion dv2901
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  4.    27 Dec 2008 #4
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    Re: about deleting recovery drive


    Hi,

    you can create Recovery Disks, then recover your 10Go
    I did it , I now have two Recovery DVD's (Dual Layer), and already used them several time after having reformatted my HDD

    Worth doing it!

    vicber
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  5.    27 Dec 2008 #5
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    hi i aasked u how to do them man..not that whether u had done it or not.plz tel me how u had done it.
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  6.    27 Dec 2008 #6
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    Re: about deleting recovery drive


    Hello harsha.

    Look in the start menu under HP; just look around in there till you find it; there'll be an option to create a set of recovery discs. Just be sure you get a good copy the first time as you only get one chance to create them.

    Then after you have created the discs; have a look at this tutorial; at the link below to delete the partition.

    Disk Management - Delete and Extend

    Keep us informed!








    Later Ted
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  7.    27 Dec 2008 #7
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    Re: about deleting recovery drive


    harsha, click start then all programs then scroll down to PC help and tools then in there will be Recovery Disc Creation and click on that and follow the directions to make your recovery disc's you will need DVD-R disc's for it to work. Then after making the disc's you can in the same area of the start menu click on Recovery Manager then click on advanced options then a list will come up and dot the last one and it will remove the recovery partition.
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    Re: about deleting recovery drive


    Hello mansrm....

    Thanks, since I installed 64-bit Ultimate and deleted all the HP stuff; I don't have the HP information I used to have for reference and I couldn't remember where it was.
















    Later Ted
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  9.    27 Dec 2008 #9
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    Hey Ted,

    That's one thing about keeping my HP going cause I always forget stuff and have to actually do what people are asking help for.
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  10.    28 Dec 2008 #10
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    Re: about deleting recovery drive


    thanks a lot BARE FOOT KID
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