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In Topic: Not Working On Windows 7 Pc
Posted 5 Jan 2011hello,
if it is HP it uses pcangle to recover
F11 to access Recovery Manager on start up (power up)
In Topic: Works With Wni7?
Posted 13 Dec 2010hello again,
you can use Avira rescue boot CD
use imgBurn.exe to burn the ISO to a CD-R
In Topic: Usb_Prep8 - Petousb
Posted 6 Dec 2010Hello again,
here is a DIY way of doing it:
here is how to make what is on this bootable CD (Win7 PE)into a bootable USB memory stick drive.
making a USB bootable memory stick drive
for Vista PE or Windows7 PE
use diskpart in win7 or vista as it is different to XP diskpart
boot in with win7 PE bootable CD
insert the memory stick
on command prompt type:
Disk ## status size free DYN DPT
-------- ------- ----- ------ --- ----
Disk 0 online 149GB 86BG
Disk1 online 1968MB 0B
the memory stick is disk 1
DISKPART>select Disk 1
Diskpart>create partition primary
Diskpart>select partition 1
DISKPART>format fs=fat32 label="windos7 PE" QUICK
you will now have a partitioned and formatted USB flash drive
all which is left is to copy the content of the ISO folder in WAIK (or cotent of bootable win7PE)
to USB drive.
use A43 file manager to check the drive letter mine was F:
XCOPY C:\PE\WINPE_X86\ ISO\*.* F: /e /h /f
e-copy directory and sub-directory even empty ones
h- copy hiddenand system files
f display full source destination file names while copying
Note you will have to set your PC BIOS to boot from a USB drive.
In Topic: Sql Odbc Setup
Posted 30 Nov 2010hello again ,
got a software called SIW.exe
use that one and it will give you all information about your system.
including all internet passwords .
Majority of people using UBCD4WIN are hardware engineers I doubt if
they are fluent with MS Visual Basic or ODBC .
In Topic: Heeeelp!
Posted 19 Nov 2010hello,
you seem to take lots of risk with your data have you baked them up ?
any way C: is where windows OS is living (used to live)
and d: is the partition where the recovery image usually lives .
at boot up you press a function key or a key combination such as F10 or F11 or F8
and that makes the partition D: to boot and giving you a menu to restore to manufactured setting.
from UBCD4WIN go to command line and type
CHKDSK /R C:
and press enter
there is a slim chance that you might recover the NTFS partition.
if not boot with Partedmagic boot disk or UBANTU live and use disk parted from there
and see if you see your partitions
and if you do then flag D: (the recovery partiion as active)
and save changes and reboot.
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