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Windows 7: Low Level Format vs Clean All/Unconditional Format

01 Dec 2011   #11
vidya

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by theog View Post
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We always assume you have made your Recovery Disks using the OEM manufacturer's Recovery Media Creator app the first day you had your new PC.
& made the Startup Repair CD.
startup repair disc-create


Did you make the OEM manufacturer's Recovery Disks?

for Recovery Partition:
Tap the F4 Key at the Samsung logo when you first power on the computer.

How to use Samsung Recovery, make Recovery disks:
Get Downloads, Firmware, Manuals and Software for Samsung NP-RF511-S02US#
What Is Samsung Recovery Solution III?
What Is Samsung Recovery Solution 4?

Get Downloads, Firmware, Manuals and Software for Samsung NP-RF511-S02US#
No? I don't quite understand what you mean, does a OEM HDD come with a recovery partition? No samsung logo has ever come up. Does a HDD restore it's recovery partition when it's formatted?


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01 Dec 2011   #12
ignatzatsonic

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Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, 64-bit
 
 

Bare OEM HDDs from a dealer such as Newegg don't have recovery partitions.

PC assemblers such as Dell place recovery partitions on these bare OEM drives that are then included in purchased full systems.
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02 Dec 2011   #13
vidya

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Yeah I built my computer so it wouldn't have one, just confused me the way he said it

thanks guys!!!
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