11-12-2011 03:18 AM - edited 11-12-2011 03:32 AM
I have been change my windows 7 home edition to 7 ultimate and before I changed it I have been modify my partition
My new partition table is :
I have two partition one is 64Gb SSD and second is 750Gb HHD and one hidden partition .
But now when I want to use one key recovery I have approach an error and my machine didn’t boot with one key recovery .
I have been created backup from my old windows with one key recovery before changing it (its about 3 dvd) but when I’m booting my machine with recovery disc , after coming one key recovery software up an error appear on the display that say your partition have problem
I’m confused and absolutely don’t know what should to do
Please tell me first partition table and help me
11-17-2011 03:41 AM
I have one more question. I tried to use recovery DVDs. I got into Recovery menu and when I wanted to recover C: partition I got a quote something like "This process restores ENTIRE disc". Does it mean that recovering with using DVDs returns disc to default factory state ??. It means will I have just C:, D:, system partition and hidden partition like on an absolute start ??
11-17-2011 11:47 AM
Restoring a system using recovery discs created by the system, or received from Lenovo, will return the system to the factory state. ALL data and files will be removed from the system.
If you feel, in the future, you want to have a method of only recovering the C: partition, you'll need a third party imaging / backup software which is capable of selective recovery.
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11-30-2011 07:02 AM
i have a z570 with DOS. i installed win & ultimate on it. I have three partitions C(100 gb), D(200 gb) and E(300 gb).
since i didnot have factory installed OS so i am not having one key recovery partition on my ideapad. As such the One key recovery button is practically useless. Is there some way i can create a recovery partition so that i can recover just by pressing the recovery key??
I have made a back up of the system using one key recovery software but it needs me to have the two dvds with me wherever i go.. Please help!!
Also is there any way i can get the rapid boot and Other proprietory software like veriface etc. Pls pls help
11-30-2011 08:05 PM
The out-of-the-box partition set-up on my IdeaPad Z570 is as follows:
I would like to put the contents of the D: drive (Lenovo) on the C: drive (Windows).
If I do this, will I lose driver fucntionality &/or the Lenovo software functionality?
11-30-2011 11:28 PM
okay Mr. Yigit ,i am stuck with dvds for lifetime then?? sure some alternative must be possible..
And can i get those softwares from sumwhere? maybe a user might have posted links if it is in ur knowledge. p;s ;et me know