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Fladerbious
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Accidentally deleted "D: LENOVO" drive

As title states

I did not have any backup, my laptop model is Y50-70. Is there any way for me to recover the drive? or will the deletion of it affect anything at all?

tripplec
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Re: Accidentally deleted "D: LENOVO" drive

If its not used for system files you may be ok. But you should always have an image backup of the entire HD. Its a given in this day and age.

PS its no accident as its not that easy to do accidentally. System_drv is normally the boot.
If you run diskmanager it will show all the partitions. you have and which is bootable.
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sclexman
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Re: Accidentally deleted "D: LENOVO" drive

The advice given is after the fact of deletion.

The advice should be more problem solving.

LenBlazer
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Re: Accidentally deleted "D: LENOVO" drive


@Fladerbious wrote:

As title states

I did not have any backup, my laptop model is Y50-70. Is there any way for me to recover the drive? or will the deletion of it affect anything at all?


To recover the drive you can use OKR and select to recover to factory default. This would erase all your personal data and put the system to the condition when you first received it from Lenovo or store where you bought the unit from.

 

The deletion of D drive only erases the drivers for the unit from the factory and the OKR user backup if you made one.

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