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How can I make a recovery partition

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Hi everybody,

I am newbi in this forum and i am seeking your help to make a recovery partition in my pc like the one in HP desktops, i need the recovery process to be run when i need it befor windows login (not using any CD'd), in my HP desktop it gives me a message to press F11 to enter to the Recovery process, so how can i do this with my PC?

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Hi everybody,

I am newbi in this forum and i am seeking your help to make a recovery partition in my pc like the one in HP desktops, i need the recovery process to be run when i need it befor windows login (not using any CD'd), in my HP desktop it gives me a message to press F11 to enter to the Recovery process, so how can i do this with my PC?

I think the easiest way is to search on here how to dual-boot with PE in the Windows Boot Menu?

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Well, the answer to the question:

how can i do this with my PC?

Should not be "go and buy this COMMERCIAL software" :unsure:

It can be made with freely available tools, read these:

http://www.msfn.org/board/hidden-restore-p...ion-t47773.html

http://www.911cd.net/forums//index.php?showtopic=12447

http://www.911cd.net/forums//index.php?showtopic=18480

In the meantime a (once Commercial/Shareware) MBR bootmanager has gone Opensource:

http://www.boot-land.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=334

And moreover, you can use grub4dos' grldr as well.

See this also:

http://www.msfn.org/board/System-recovery-...ion-t84411.html

jaclaz

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acronis true image can do exactly what you've asked

and the button to enter recoery process (before windows starts) is F11 too

really simple to use

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Hey Guys have anyone tested this yet or have it working?

[begin sarcasm]

Of course not.

We like to suggest random and senseless ideas and see if other members actually have the guts to try them and mess up their systems.

[end sarcasm]

:wacko:

jaclaz

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