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dedpichto
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Lenovo ideapad y700 - deleted LENOVO_PART partition

Hello, everybody

The LENOVO_PART recovery partition on my Lenovo ideapad y700 has been accidentally deleted and formatted. Don't ask how - it's just happened. Is there a way to restore (I mean to install from somewhere) this partition? Actually, I can exist without the ability to use OneKey Recovery, but it would be nice to get it back.

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Re: Lenovo ideapad y700 - deleted LENOVO_PART partition

Hi dedpichto,

 

Welcome to the Community Forums.

 

The LENOVO_PART recovery partition is a proprietory image so if the machine is still under warranty, you can send it to depot for reimaging. Another option is to clone the drive with a similar machine image.

 

Others have tried experimenting more on recovery of this partition but I am not sure if it still applies on the present condition of your partition as shown here.

 

I hope this helps answer your query.

 

Regards



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dedpichto
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Re: Lenovo ideapad y700 - deleted LENOVO_PART partition

Hi,

Thank you for your answer. Unfortunately, my warranty period is over. Well, there is a life even without OKR :-)

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Re: Lenovo ideapad y700 - deleted LENOVO_PART partition

Hi dedpichto,

 

Greetings.

 

Newer idealine machines also do not have such factory partition thus allowing users more capacity for usage. As you have interpreted, absence of the OKR partition does not limit you on your functionality.

 

Please dont hesitate to visit our community at any time.

 

Regards



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