05-15-2011 12:52 AM
Hi! I need help because i'm trying to format my laptop s10-2 but when I tried to use the OneKey Recovery, it only prompts me to create a back up to D:\ or through a cd.. I wont show an option whre i can totally reformat my laptop.. even when i try pressing the button beside power switch, it only opens the laptop as a normal thing of turning it on... PLEASE HELP....
05-15-2011 08:41 AM
05-24-2011 12:51 PM - edited 05-24-2011 01:10 PM
I have a S-10 3s and wish to dual boot with Meego and Windows 7.
However I've come to read a lot about how partioning messes up the Lenovo OKR functionality ..
So before I continue I had a few questions:
1) Do these netbooks already have a factory backup image on the HDD which can be used for recovery (to restore to original state)? Do I absolutely have to create recovery discs to be able to use OKR, or can it use the factory image in question directly from the HDD ?? My D: (Lenovo drive) doesn't show any image files on it)
2)If such a factory image exists, is it possible to store a copy of it on my primary pc over my network (I have a wifi Homegroup) (without burning DVDs or using external HDDs) ?
3) If I go ahead with partioning, will the Quickstart (Splashtop) OS continue to work?
Would sure appreciate any help..
05-24-2011 02:24 PM
06-26-2011 02:57 AM
I have a Lenovo ideapad S12 nVIDIA. Since it have been used for 1.5 year, I wanted to reinstall the windows 7 on it. Since I don't have any recovery disk and also any CD or DVD for the Windows7 was not included in the package, I tried to create its recovery disk through the "Onekey Recovery" program. Unfortunately, by completing the writing of the first of three DVDs, I see a Not responding message for the "Onekey Recovery" program. I have tried it three times with closing all unneeded programs but it happened again.
Please help me what should I do now!
06-26-2011 06:33 AM
06-28-2011 06:28 AM
I recently purchased a S205. I'm reading up on the OKR feature. If I burn Recovery Disc from OKR, would I be able to use it to install Windows 7 on a new hard drive?
I want to know what I need to do to do a clean install in case I swap in a new hard drive. I keep reading about making mirror image of the drive, but I haven't found a very easy instruction on how to do that. I prefer to do a installation off a dvd or cd if that's possible.
OKR function (partition) is not so important to me, but I would also like to know if there's a way to install OKR feature after a fresh install.
06-28-2011 09:04 AM
06-28-2011 09:59 AM
That software looks useful. Thanks!
I guess you recommend the mirror method. So, my next question for you experts is:
If I'm going to mirror a drive, would it be best for a newb to use hard drive docking stations like
so I can do the operation from Windows OS? Or am I wasting money doing this?
07-04-2011 09:12 AM
After going through OneKey Recovery steps, I'm having the same issue with mine also. The software gives me Not Responding message after finishing to create the first disc. I talked to technical support and this guy told me to make a Backup Disc first and I should be able to make Recovery Disc afterwards. This did not make any sense, but I'm doing this anyway.
It's really frustrating that I can't make the Recovery Disc easily. This should be a basic function with any system being shipped out to customers! FYI, I'm trying to use DVD-R to create Recovery Disc.