03-16-2012 05:16 AM
03-16-2012 05:31 AM
03-17-2012 08:46 AM
thanks for your reply. I had to reset the Y560 to factory default because there was a hardware problem. Before I have resetted the notebook, I made a backup with OKR. As my notebook was back from the Lenovo service, I couldn't restore the OKR-image, so I did a reinstall.
Now I have an external device with the OKR backup (part-files, wsi-files...). I'm trying to extract the backup to get my data back. Till now I found no solution to access the data in the part / wsi-files. Do you have an idea?
03-21-2012 05:09 AM
03-24-2012 06:53 PM - edited 03-24-2012 06:56 PM
Hi! First of all sorry for my English.
Well, i've just bought an IdeaPad z470 notebook, the partition "C" has 652 GB, and the partition "D" called "LENOVO" has 30.6 GB. I want to create a new partition "E" by taking some space form "C" (Shrinking "C").
1.- Will i loose the OKR feature?
2.- Should i use the win7 "disk manager" feature for partitioning only? or Can I use another?
3.- Are you absolutly sure of your answers ? O.O?
(Just in case : OKR = OneKey Recovery)
Thanks for your answers!
03-25-2012 04:40 AM
03-25-2012 10:39 PM
I recently purchased a new V570. Since I don't care about OKR, I am going to delete the D: partition and Recovery partition and repartition my way.
What I don't understand is the 200 MB partition that the system is booting from. Is this needed for Windows 7, OKR, or both? Because ideally I would like to delete / merge this partition somehow. If this is not possible, since I plan on installing Linux later on, I assume that pointing GRUB to this 200 MB partition should still allow me to boot Windows fine, correct?
I appreciate any help you could provide in enlightening me, yigit, thanks.
03-26-2012 03:49 AM - edited 03-26-2012 06:57 AM
200 mb partition is for windows and okr system. if you delete it, you will get boot file missing message.still you can fix it by using some applications. ( search the forum to fix mbr )
if you are using windows provided dvd, just format all of your hdd and re-partition before installing the windows.
03-30-2012 04:28 PM
I just had my new ideapad Z40 and I want know if it is available to make new partitions beside the original ones to store my data and also i have some questions about recovery as I'm new to the laptop world
1- what is recovery ? and what does it do to my laptop?
2- When I need to install an operating system (for any reason like a virus or something) will I have to make a recovery ?
3- when I make recovery will that wipe away all my data on the hard drive ? and if yes what can I do to save my data from being deleted ?
4- will it be available for me to install and use other operating system like ubuntu and if yes what will happen if i make recovery ?
sorry for taking so long but I'm really concerned with that subject so please help me with details and many thanks in advance