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Paper Tape
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎02-23-2010
Location: noida
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Disk Management and One Key recovery System

I have Y410 notebook

I installed UBUNTU creating a 10 gb partition in my E: drive and have not resized C: drive .

While using one key recovery system I got a message--" the harddisk partition is different from the factory prefigured backup. System recovery cannot be done"

I want to remove this partition as it has unallocated my rest of 70gb space of E: drive.

If I launch Disk manager and remove every partition used by Ubuntu (root partition, swap, …)
Rather than doing this step -- 'Reboot with your Windows CD. When asked, choose “repair” and launch fixmbr. This command replaces GRUB with Windows bootloader.'    If I use system recovery and  reboot again will I be able to regain my original configuration??  

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Posts: 13,431
Registered: ‎12-07-2009
Location: Česká Republika
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Re: Disk Management and One Key recovery System

if you make any changes on any volumes ( volume sizes ) okr will stop working.

try to remove the new volumes and shrink it the volume which you've changed sizes.

then try, if it doesn't work, you should contact lenovo support to ship your laptop back to get resetted your hard disk to default ( factory )


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