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    Default How do i boot into the recovery partition?

    How do i boot into the recovery partition? When i press ALT+F10 i get a line of code that looks like a boot command. What should i do from there?

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    Default Re: How do i boot into the recovery partition?

    it shound boot up into ecovery what do you get when you try it?
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    Default Re: How do i boot into the recovery partition?

    I had to have erecovery installed for it to work. If you don't have it installed, try that first.

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    Default Re: How do i boot into the recovery partition?

    you push alt f10 when you laptop is boot not in windows
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    Default Re: How do i boot into the recovery partition?

    if I uninstall erecovery and reboot my computer it will not go into recovery mode. ( at main boot screen alt f10 ). But when I reinstall it, it works just fine. I don't get it.

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    Default Re: How do i boot into the recovery partition?

    I just get a windows vista thingy like a cmd boot option.

 

 

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