I ran across this statement in Tutorials.If you have a HP computer, then HP has it's own version of System Restore installed called HP Recovery Manager. You can uninstall this in Programs and Features.
It needs some clarifications:
In Pavillion and Presario notebooks, HP Rec Mgr does more than just System restore. And btw, HP does not have its own version of SR. It runs Windows' version.
HP Rec Mgr has other functions: Re-install original software programs and hardware drivers and complete System Recovery restoring the original hard disk factory template. It can be utilized to create a set of recovery discs.
In HP Business notebook, Rec Mgr does not re-install software progs and drivers but does the others listed in Pavilion/Presario models.
I don't think HP Recovery Manager should be uninstalled. Or if perchance, he meant uninstalling System Restore, be aware that HP Rec Mgr will be unable to system restore on its own if Windows SR is unstalled or disabled.
- HP Pavilion dv7-1170us
- Intel Core 2 Duo T5800 @ 2.00GHz
- Graphics Card(s)
- NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GT
- Screen Resolution
- 1440 x 900
- Hard Drives
- 289.09 GB
- Synaptics PS/2 Port TouchPad
- IBM enhanced (101-or 102) keyboard
- Internet Speed
- cable Wireless