07-03-2012 04:53 PM
07-03-2012 11:49 PM
ok an update ... i created recovery dvds but when i boot from it it openes the recovery menu but then i have only mouse and after a while my pc reboots and also i dont see my ssd drive in my computer or in device manager ....
07-04-2012 02:07 AM
07-04-2012 02:55 AM - edited 07-04-2012 02:57 AM
07-04-2012 03:52 AM - edited 07-04-2012 04:03 AM
yes ... i did ... and i am deeply sry .... i thought that 450 gb is too much for c: ... pls tell me there is solution for this ...cuz i dont know what to do ... i cant see my ssd, cant use rescue recovery and cant enter raid menu also if i see a glimpse of my ssd it says it is just 1 gb ...
07-17-2012 09:13 AM
I want to share my experience.
I have brand new Lenovo U400 with750GB hardisk and 32GB SSD, Windows 7 Home Premium preloaded, OKR version 7.0.1509.
I resized the drive C to 80GB and drive D to 630GB.
1) Create factory default recovery disc using OKR (result: 3 DVDs)
2) Copy all files in drive D (folder "Application" and "drivers") to USB external hard drive
3) Run Disk Management (Control Panel | Administrative Tools | Computer Management | Storage | Disk Management)
4) Delete volume partition D
5) Extend volume partition C
6) Shrink volume partition C (I shrinked 650000 MB)
7) Choose "New Simple Volume" on the unallocated partition (assign drive letter to D, format NTFS and give volume label "LENOVO"
8) Copy back all files (folder "Application" and "drivers") from external hard drive to drive D
Then I run OKR "Restore from initial backup". The drive C and D remains 80GB and 630GB, and Windows 7 is running well.
07-20-2012 12:31 PM - edited 07-20-2012 12:35 PM
Hi, I own Lenovo Y570, I have changed my partition size couple of times and now its look like this
What can i do to make OneKey Recovery work again? Currently it even doesnt make initial repair disk.
I dont care about files on my computer, i backup them already
07-28-2012 03:20 PM
@agustg - thanks for sharing that info, I'm currently trying to decide whether to risk resizing my partitions or just leave it be and live with a huge C drive & tiny D drive! One question: why did you delete the D partition and then make a new one, rather than just shrinking the C drive and expanding the D drive? Also why did you extend C and then shrink it again?
08-01-2012 04:43 PM
I did it before, but not succeed. Maybe because of Win7 can only allow maximum four partitions.
Deleting D partition will make unallocated space next to the C partition.
Extending C partition will take the unallocated space next to it.
After extending, there is only three partitions exist and I can create a new one by shrinking C partition.