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Windows 7: Dell datasafe local backup option not showing in sys. Recov. Opt.


19 Aug 2014   #1

windows 7 home premium x64
 
 
Dell datasafe local backup option not showing in sys. Recov. Opt.

hey guyz...

i reinstalled win 7 with disc which i was provided with my lappy...

its WIN 7 HOME PREMIUM.... after reinstallig when i try to backup to factory setting..it asks to RESTART but when i enter SYSTEM RECOVER OPTION...option for dell datasafe local backup is NOT THERE..plz help..

MY RECOVER PARTION IS OK...its of 13 gb.

plz help ASAP


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19 Aug 2014   #2

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by masterpiece View Post
hey guyz...

i reinstalled win 7 with disc which i was provided with my lappy...

its WIN 7 HOME PREMIUM.... after reinstallig when i try to backup to factory setting..it asks to RESTART but when i enter SYSTEM RECOVER OPTION...option for dell datasafe local backup is NOT THERE..plz help..

MY RECOVER PARTION IS OK...its of 13 gb.

plz help ASAP
i reinstalled win 7 with disc which i was provided with my lappy=>Was that a normal Windows 7 install DVD? Or a restore to factory settings DVD?

Post screenshot of disk management please.

SYSTEM RECOVERY OPTION: Are you refering to this?
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20 Aug 2014   #3
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Once you do a Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7 the Recovery partition will not run again unless you add it to a Dual Boot menu from within the OS to Boot Recovery Partition using EasyBCD

If you're satisfied with the Clean Reinstall then I'd forget the Recovery and delete its partition. But if the Dell Diagnostics will run from F12 key at boot then I'd keep the small OEM partition which houses it. Try also the Utility Partition listing if it appears on F12 as it is an even fuller Diagnostics suite which are valuable tests to keep onboard and bootable.
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21 Aug 2014   #4

windows 7 home premium x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kaktussoft View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by masterpiece View Post
hey guyz...

i reinstalled win 7 with disc which i was provided with my lappy...

its WIN 7 HOME PREMIUM.... after reinstallig when i try to backup to factory setting..it asks to RESTART but when i enter SYSTEM RECOVER OPTION...option for dell datasafe local backup is NOT THERE..plz help..

MY RECOVER PARTION IS OK...its of 13 gb.

plz help ASAP
i reinstalled win 7 with disc which i was provided with my lappy=>Was that a normal Windows 7 install DVD? Or a restore to factory settings DVD?

Post screenshot of disk management please.

SYSTEM RECOVERY OPTION: Are you refering to this?
yes i m referring to the abv pic

when i select to RESTORE FACTORY SETTINGS .... it asks to restart so that it can go to RECOVER ENVIRONMENT...but when i restart ...i got these option in SYS. RECOV. OPT. but DELL DATASFAFE BACKUP OPTION IS NOT THERE

n ya.. I REINSTALLED WIN 7 with DVD which i got from DELL ONLY... on dvd its written:::

" OPERTAING SYSTEM
ALREADY INSTALLED ON YOUR COMPUTER
REINSTALLATION DVD
WIN 7 HOME PREM SP1
64-BIT"

plz help
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21 Aug 2014   #5
Microsoft MVP

 

Post a screenshot of Disk Management - Post a Screen Capture Image.

Looks like you did a Clean Reinstall with Dell's Reinstallation DVD. This makes the Recovery unbootable except by the method I gave you earlier.

But you have a superior installation to Factory Recovery if you followed Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7. Compare the one you did to that one in the blue link. You might want to do it over. Be sure to read the SPecial Note for Dell Owners at the end.
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22 Aug 2014   #6

windows 7 home premium x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
Post a screenshot of Disk Management - Post a Screen Capture Image.

Looks like you did a Clean Reinstall with Dell's Reinstallation DVD. This makes the Recovery unbootable except by the method I gave you earlier.

But you have a superior installation to Factory Recovery if you followed Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7. Compare the one you did to that one in the blue link. You might want to do it over. Be sure to read the SPecial Note for Dell Owners at the end.
HELLO BRO..

here m sending screenschot of DISK MANAGEMENT n also of DELL DATASAFE BACKUP ...which i use to RESTORE TO FACTORY SETUP...

n plz DESCRIBE THE PROCEDURE to fix this issue .. i want to do FACTORY RESET..
n one more thing..plz tell if i use THIS PROCEDURE will i loose my DATA ON OTHER DRIVES LIKE "D" "E" or only i will loose data on "C".


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22 Aug 2014   #7
Microsoft MVP

 

Is there some reason you cannot write in full English sentences? We're not interested in interpreting lazy text-speak here.

I just told you that doing a Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7 is a superior install so you should look over the steps in the blue link to see if you did anything similar to that.

Why do you need to run Factory Recovery.

Normally Factory Recovery no longer works after doing a Clean Reinstall but you can still add the Recovery Partition to a Dual Boot using the method I gave you in Post #3, then boot it to run Recovery.
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23 Aug 2014   #8

windows 7 home premium x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
Is there some reason you cannot write in full English sentences? We're not interested in interpreting lazy text-speak here.

I just told you that doing a Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7 is a superior install so you should look over the steps in the blue link to see if you did anything similar to that.

Why do you need to run Factory Recovery.

Normally Factory Recovery no longer works after doing a Clean Reinstall but you can still add the Recovery Partition to a Dual Boot using the method I gave you in Post #3, then boot it to run Recovery.

hello brother...

i am using the method which you gave in post 3...

i gave "P" letter to my recovery partition

but while ADDING path.....THIS PROBLEM COMES..plz give me a solution bro

help me out..


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23 Aug 2014   #9

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Why are you looking in RECOVERY partition?
Do you really have a look there? You want to add "reset to factory defaults" to current boot menu? If so:

In Elevated Command Prompt
Code:
dir  p:\  /s /a>%userprofile%\desktop\p.txt
A file p.txt appears on desktop. Post that file.
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23 Aug 2014   #10

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Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bits 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

In Elevated Command Prompt
Code:
 
dir/a  P:\Recovery\WindowsRE\winre.wim
file exists?
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