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waynes2606-11-2012, 01:04 AMJohn thanks for your reply. Looking for a recovery disk for Asus? etc, do not extract to any folder d:\backup e:\asus .. etc ) and swap with your 1TB ( or above hard disk ) from your computer/notebook. Check This Out

I had to order a disk from the ASUS e-store. Will muck around a bit more latter today, it did come with 2x 1tb drives. its 2012 and you still using dvd to recover :( why not USB, its much more faster than any dvd. Cecil_209906-11-2012, 05:39 PMWell the symptom associated with the original error message is not having a set of recovery DVD's burned/associated with the latest asus recovery utility ... https://www.eightforums.com/installation-setup/21897-new-asus-laptop-has-no-recovery-disk-utlity.html

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It's possible to format everything then install the drivers by myself? Soon after the purchase of my laptop I created recovery disk. Specifically: "Solved: I downloaded and installed imgburn.

someone that can finally helped me! Some of the images in this FAQ cannot be displayed properly or lack related images. All your personal files, games, programs that you installed after you first turned it on will be gone. Asus Laptop Recovery Disk Windows 10 Reboot! (Took me two reboots.) 5.

Ad choices Follow Tom’s guide Subscribe to our newsletter Sign up add to twitter add to facebook ajouter un flux RSS Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Asus Recovery Disk Windows 8.1 Download Related Threads Creating Recovery disk for refurbished ASUS laptop in Drivers & Hardware HI - I have an ASUS X550LA laptop that I purchased refurbished. Glad it all worked out and nice warnings. https://www.asus.com/support/faq/1013001 by not using mdadm --build ...), or a wrong device is tried to be mounted, or the partition table is corrupt (partition is smaller than NTFS), or the NTFS boot sector

You really should remove entirely the 2nd hard drive ( if any ) while recovering and only put it back in after the recovery process completes ( in my opinion ). Asus Backtracker Windows 10 If this IS the case its going back and will buy a make that may not make me give MS $150 down the line. If it does (and I believe it should), then recover from the DVDs, update AI Recovery to newest version, then burn a new set of DVDs and use the new ones It doesn't take long at all, and once its finished you can run the AI Recovery burner normally as it should.

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However I've been able to successfully use the same Recovery DVDs to restore the OS on a 256GB SSD, an 80GB HDD, and a 320GB HDD without any issues. https://rog.asus.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-7857.html Well boy did i have a great time trying using the AI recovery. Asus Recovery Disk Windows 7 system came back up as normal.How do you get it to boot off the flash drive first? Asus Recovery Disk Windows 10 Download Took it it to the tech-service near by and they just repaired my utilities but I'm still missing my recovery partition.

I had, initially 5 partitions, and as you mentioned, the recovery one was 25gb. http://isdotnetdead.com/recovery-disk/need-a-recovery-disk-in-spanish.html It'll save you from having to reinstall any applications, driver upgrades, and Windows Updates you've added. The capacity of the recovery partition is different from the model.    Backtracker    will not backup the default programs, music, movies and personal files. (refer to the green frame below)   Contents Backtracker- I have windows 10 running right now. Asus Windows 10 Recovery Key

why do you need that 500gb spare hdd for? @slogue77, the Ai Recovery Utility is only good for machines with w7, not w8. After selecting Language and keyboard layout I got a menu with Continue, Use a Device, Troubleshoot and Turn Off. Try doing a factory restore using the Recovery DVDs on a 1TB HDD and let us know if it works. this contact form I followed the instructions of the manual.

Jesse Lindsay www.jesselindsay.com (http://www.jesselindsay.com) If the F9 recovery doesn't work, look in Disk Management to make sure the recovery partition still exists. (It should be a 25Gb hidden partition right before Asus Recovery Windows 10 this is NOT acceptable, and personally i wouldnt mind seeing ASUS burn to the F****** ground for this...... The title of this FAQ is not clear.

The DVD will then warn you that it will wipe the entire drive and recreate the factory restore partition to the hard drive.

My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... Looks like Best Buy geeks did you no favors by burning you a set of recovery DVDs before updating to a version of the Asus recovery utility that actually produces working all my personal files, games and anything i done to the g55 on my own will be gone? Asus Recovery Windows 7 Who wants that back!

If you have the proper Recovery DVD's , you can always recreate it, but an F9 Recovery is about twice as fast as running the DVD's, since they must recreate the waynes2606-11-2012, 06:24 AMwell I did what i said in my earlier post, and with my bad luck still the simular issue, this time i get the black and white error message I recommend installing Windows 7 with MBR boot. http://isdotnetdead.com/recovery-disk/oem-recovery-disk-or-partition.html I have check my disk drive there's only one, but i don't want to resize the partitions, i want to restore is because my computer iss running slow.

Ill Do a recording on my macbook, since it does pretty much the same thing. and what do you mean by "since they must recreate the hidden partition first." i thought you said the recovery partition cannot be deleted? I have some question to ask you before i start reformating on monday, During the recovery mode, will there be some errors poping out? just a little psycho :D As I said, I will try with the last version 1.0.28 just released.

Restart your PC and start pressing the F9 key during booting Wait for the Choose an option screen to show Go to Troubleshoot Click on Advanced Options Select System Image Recovery This might explain why the partition doesn't load as it should.