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Hp dv6t 2000 recovery partition problem

Discussion in 'HP Pavilion Notebooks' started by todayisnow, Apr 4, 2010.

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  1. todayisnow

    todayisnow Newbie

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    I just bought HP Pavilion DV6t 2000
    I have tried to split to the C partition into 2 partition with "Paragon - software"

    after it finish the machine reset and didn't boot again I tried to do recovery but it doesn't load
    i manage to install another version on windows 7 home when i log in the machine i found that the recovery partition become dynamic and still cant boot from it

    I tried to get HP backup and recovery manager for my lap but i cant find this version

    now i Need to do recovery what i should do please suggest

    I have attached a screen shot of my disk management
     

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  2. computerstriker

    computerstriker Notebook Evangelist

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    Did you make your Recovery Discs?
     
  3. todayisnow

    todayisnow Newbie

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    no
    I dont have them
     
  4. computerstriker

    computerstriker Notebook Evangelist

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    WHAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Uh oh....
    the first thing you do when you get a new notebook from HP is to make the recovery discs.
    Anyways, if that is the case, I think your recovery partition is damaged.
    If you want to get a new set of recovery discs call HP up and ask them for one =D
     
  5. todayisnow

    todayisnow Newbie

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    OMG :O :(

    no other option at all
    The partition is there and have all of its data
    but it is dynamic
     
  6. computerstriker

    computerstriker Notebook Evangelist

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    hmmm... if it isn't corrupted maybe it's a problem software wise.
    Is the partition drive letter (e.g. C:) still the same as before you changed it to dynamic? Maybe it is still intact but it cannot find it due to the different drive variable letter
     
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    still D: as it was
    i think the problem with the MBR
    but i dont know how to fix it
     
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    todayisnow Newbie

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    I manage to get the 3 recovery discs

    I put the first one on the lap and make it boot from CD

    it goes throght the loading files then the lap restart

    why it dont lead me to the recovery process
    is there a certain why to do that???

    please advice
     
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    v3loc1ty2.0 Multi_Booting_Master

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    where did you get the recovery discs and what model are they for?
     
  11. todayisnow

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    i get hp backup and recovery tool and make those dvd from the recovery drive
     
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