01-02-2013 09:24 AM
This guide is on using one key recovery backup manually when the function stops woking. For this, you require your recovery partition to be absolutely untouched. Even if you have deleted other partition but this partition stays, you still have the chance to access the backup. LIke before, these steps are also very easy to follow and dont require any professional experiences
Now moving on to the steps,
Firstly you will need to download ptedit32.exe, download from here:- http://www.2shared.com/file/TbV75uyo/PTEDIT32.html
Now run the application as administrator. You will get this. You have to change the partition type of the oem partition which is 12 by default to 07 as shown below
And click save changes
Now reboot and you would see a new partition in my computer after rebooting named LENOVO_PART
Open the partition and you will see 5 folders. Open the OKRBackup folder and then open the folder named Factory.
In the folder you would see a file named OS.okr . Copy it and save it wherever you want. This file is the image of the operating system and is the same as the install.wim image file which is used in installing windows.
So you will rename this file to install.wim. Now this file is usable to install windows the way you normally install it.
To use this file, you will have to delete the default install.wim file which is found in the sources folder of the windows setup and then copy the one key recovery install.wim to the sources folder. Thats all you have to do. Just install once using the image to see it working.
01-02-2013 09:57 AM - edited 01-02-2013 10:01 AM
So how do you do this "So you will rename this file to install.wim. Now this file is usable to install windows the way you normally install it. "
EDIT : OK never used windows recover before.
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It's windows program that the link is. I'm using Ubuntu to boot from a DVD.
I found there's a "install.wim" under "OKRBackup/Factory" from one of the partitions, I just copied it to somewhere.
I've created a WinPE bootable USB, I want to try to use imagex to apply to one of my partitions (where Win8 was installed) if it works. After I booted into WinPE, I couldn't see any partitions from my local hard disk (I can see the disk is there if I use the "diskpart"). Any ideas?
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