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Windows 7: Does Home Premium Edition have the System Restored Partition?

18 Jun 2010   #1
schwine

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Does Home Premium Edition have the System Restored Partition?

Does the Home Premium edition of Windows 7 have the System Restored Partition (SRP) feature?

If it does, I would like to disable the "set active" option because I am using Norton Ghost for disk image recovery. If Home Premium does have the SRP, I would like to create a disk image of it with Norton Ghost.

After looking through the System Recovery Options in the Help files for Windows 7, I didn't come across the exact phrase, "System Restored Partition," but various recovery options are available, such as System Image Recovery (recover the computer using a system image created earlier).

Thanks for a clarification.


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18 Jun 2010   #2
theog

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Can you post a screen shot Disk management?
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Are you using Norton Ghost v15.
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18 Jun 2010   #3
schwine

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Yes, I am using Norton Ghost v15.
Here is a screenshot of my disk management window with this posting.
Thanks for any insight.


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18 Jun 2010   #4
theog

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Looking at your screenshot you have three System Restored Partitions.

You unhide them in Norton Ghost.

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