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Windows 7: Reformatted C:, now missing Windows 7 OS

13 Jul 2012   #11
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Golden View Post
Hi,

I would try the Recovery disks first - you have nothing to lose now right?

If it works, you can come back to the ISO (yes, download it from any computer) and then follow the tutorial in Post #2 - but you have to find the key first.

Regards,
Golden
I hope I am navigating/responding correctly in here. Let me clarify my last post. I did use the Recovery image and it does put her back right where she was and she is operational with an annoying error warning popping up while I try to figure this out. However, on a restart the OS is gone and the Repair disc has to be used to boot and the recover image process has to be followed all over again.


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