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steve334
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Ideapad Z510 OneKey Recovery FAILED - PLEASE HELP

My Idealpad Z510 became unusable after it was automatically updated by Microsoft. I tried to reset the machine with OneKey Recovery (by using Restore from initial backup).

I booted up the computer at the safe mode. Now I have some errors:

 

There is not enough space on the disk (error #112)
Source: H:\OneKey\OKR\WSVD\wsvd.sys
Destination:
X:\windows\system32\DRIVES\wsd.sys
Both H and X are Lenovo hidden directories.
There are 1 TB free on C:, 10 GB free on D:

How do I allocate more space to X: (Boot) ?  

Sharky1124
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Re: Ideapad Z510 OneKey Recovery FAILED - PLEASE HELP

You can't just modify the X:\ partition. It's the master boot partition.
steve334
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Re: Ideapad Z510 OneKey Recovery FAILED - PLEASE HELP

Thanks for the response.  Then how can I solve my problem?  I now downloaded an IOS file from Microsoft.  I will restall Windows.  Since Lenovo's OneKey Recover doesnt work for me any more, can I delete all Lenovo's partitions?

Sharky1124
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Re: Ideapad Z510 OneKey Recovery FAILED - PLEASE HELP

Dear friend,

 

I don't recommend you to delete all the partitions. Just make a bootable disk and write on the PRIMARY partition. If you are not sure, ask me.

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