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Deleted recovery partition now can't boot OS


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Start by booting to the repair disc
Select cmd prompt
You should end up a the prompt
X:\sources>

type
C:
key enter
your should now be at a C: prompt
Type
chkdsk /r
key enter


report result please
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Have you made any progress with this problem

Please do update your topic

Help of course is still available if you wish it.


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Hi friends,

Data loss from a computer is a very common problem. But deleting a partition containing your OS and all the data can be even worse. However luckily you can perform deleted partition recovery with all its contents with the help of Yodot Hard Drive Recovery software. This tool effectively recovers data from deleted partition within minutes, needy one can use this recovery tool
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This XP was accualy genius! 

 

THANKS wannabe1!


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