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April 27, 2014, 1:37 pm
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I want to restore the system.
Apparently had vista on it.
Somebody overwrote with unactivated win7.
There's a restore partition. Looked at it with hirens boot CD.
Seems to have the a gigabyte of files in the restore partition.
Problem is that I can't access it.
Manual says press zero key while booting.
Googled my ass off...no joy there either.
Is there a way to get the restore partition attached back into the
restore system so i can do a factory refresh?
Re: How to regain access to restore partition Toshiba A215
Use hirens boot CD or some other partition utility to unhide the restore
partition and give it a drive letter. You should then find a .exe file you
can run to start the restore. Alternatively, there should be a Toshiba
utility on the laptop to burn a bootable restore CD from the hidden
partition. If you find it that may still work.
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