[ partition recovery ] Hp G62 Deleted

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  1. MaNdoEsAM

    MaNdoEsAM MDL Novice

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    Hi All I Have Problem And I Need Help
    I Have laptop Hp G62 My Recovery Partition Deleted How Can I Recover It Again
     
  2. zahnoo

    zahnoo MDL Senior Member

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  3. MaNdoEsAM

    MaNdoEsAM MDL Novice

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    i53.tinypic.com/fa38g5.jpg

    i recoverd partition by program mini partition tool
    when restart lap and press f11
    nothing happen
    i make partition is active
    same problem

    i found file base.wim size 10 gb
     
  4. MaNdoEsAM

    MaNdoEsAM MDL Novice

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    i extract the file base.wim
    i found all folders for windows 7 like programs files
    can i use this file to install windows
    or replace the file from base.wim in file in c
    plz any one help me
     
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  6. MaNdoEsAM

    MaNdoEsAM MDL Novice

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    i press f11 and nothing happen
     
  7. zahnoo

    zahnoo MDL Senior Member

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    Time to wipe and start afresh?
     
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  8. MaNdoEsAM

    MaNdoEsAM MDL Novice

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    i extract the file base.wim
    and copy all files and folders to external hard disk
    after booting form hard disk

    see this error
    tricksguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/error-code-0xc000000f.jpg
     
  9. zahnoo

    zahnoo MDL Senior Member

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    What happened when you executed the three steps?
     
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  10. sebus

    sebus MDL Guru

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    Do yourself a favour & follow zahnoo advice: Time to wipe and start afresh? , you will get rid of all the HP crapware at the same time

    sebus
     
  11. zahnoo

    zahnoo MDL Senior Member

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    You've gotten to that point where you've either fixed the problem with the advice given, (in comments and websites), or you need to reinstall the OS. Having spent the time you have, it seems obvious you need to rebuild. We all get to that point sooner or later.

    Via links found on this forum, you can get a good, clean download of Windows 7 and activate it either with the OEM supplied key or with a loader ... I prefer Daz's but that choice is yours.

    I know it's frustrating, but some systems are trashed so badly it's a waste of time to keep trying to fix them

    If you decide to do the wipe and reinstall, you wont need the recovery partition at all. But you do need to provide a means to recover from another catastrophic event in the future. Windows 7 will complain about putting an image on the same physical drive as C:, but keep a partition of an appropriate size on your hard drive and after you get back to a stable installation, use 7's Backup & Restore utility to create a system image on it. Better yet, create a system image on an external HDD. You'll need to create the Repair Disk when the system image is done. You can also use a third party program such as Acronis, but 7's Backup & Restore works quite well for a simple system restore. If your computer has no built-in optical drive, you'll need an external one.
     
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  12. MaNdoEsAM

    MaNdoEsAM MDL Novice

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    any way thanks all for try to help me
    i broken my hard disk and my lap
     
  13. zahnoo

    zahnoo MDL Senior Member

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    Don't be discouraged. Look at it this way, it's not working now and likely can't be easily fixed if it can be fixed at all. So no matter what you do to the OS it can't really get any worse. Installing Windows 7 is very simple just be sure you install the version that matches your OEM key if you're given choices. Or install Ultimate and use Daz's loader to activate.

    Boot from the DVD; you may have to enter CMOS Setup and select the optical drive as the first boot device. Then just follow the prompts and answer the questions. I'd advise you to clear the check for the "activate automatically online" selection to ensure a 30 day "trial" period. But that's about it. Of course, any user data you failed to backup will be gone. But it doesn't have to be lost even if you didn't backup. You can pull the hard drive (prior to re-installing Windows 7) and attach it as an additional drive (a "data" drive) on a different computer and copy off your user data files. Maybe in a USB enclosure. But if that fails and the system is so trashed your data is gone, well, it's gone no matter what you do.

    You can do nothing to the OEM restore partition if you wish. Leaving it alone will cost you a bit of disk space but its presence won't hurt anything. But at some point you really do need to make a system image since you'd no longer have a means to easily restore the system.
     
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