02-04-2011 05:37 PM
I'm using a new Z560 running Windows 7 (in Japanese, in case it's relevant). When making the system recovery DVDs, OneKey Recovery 7.0 tells me it needs three 4.7 GB DVDs. However, it only uses TWO DVDs and gives a successful completion message. Is everything OK? I don't want to restore to find out.
Many thanks in advance,
Ros Mac Thoim
02-05-2011 05:10 AM
I'm proud owner of Ideapad Y560, but like others I have some questions about partitions on hdd.
My partitions are C: the larger one, and D: the small one....
On C: I had some invisible partition 30 gb large, 1 gb (OEM) partiton and the rest is regular.
On D: which is FAT32 format, I have FREEDOS...
I admitt, I messed up with C: partiotion, specialy wiht invisible 30gb partition. I delete it, format it, I tried to expand it, shrink it, but it stays as it is. For what it is this invisible partiton?
I installed OKR 7.0 and it save files now on D: FREEDOS partition.
Did I mess something up with this "I do not know for what it is" 30 gb partition??
Thanks for your replies!
02-05-2011 05:40 AM
this invisible partition includes system anf factory backup files that one key recover needs.
if you have freedos version ( if your system comes without operation system ) as i know, it just includes/included one key recover system files, not factory backups ( i may be wrong )
okr 7.0 is using d because it's the second partition of hard disc.
hope these helps.