|01 Nov 2012||#1|
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System recovery does not see my Partition
I had a problem with an update where the computer would loose all text and dialogue boxes wouldn't open and such, and then I had to recover my computer using a restore point.
This was working fine, whenever my computer did the update I went back and restored it and it was fine, until now.
My windows is installed on C: and i have a data drive D: , when I used to go into recovery at the top it said Windows on C: and worked perfectly fine, now when i go in it says windows on D: and seen as it is selecting the wrong drive it does not have any restore points, any help?
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